Huck 66

The all-woman skate crew taking over the streets of NYC
Magazine

The all-woman skate crew taking over the streets of NYC

Skate Kitchen — As a new film shares Skate Kitchen's story with the wider world, this supergroup is on a mission that feels much bigger than skateboarding.

Written by: Cian Traynor

A photographer's portrait of America in the post-truth era
Magazine

A photographer's portrait of America in the post-truth era

Real lies — Pulling from staged scenes, media coverage and original interviews, Max Pinckers shines a light on a country fixated with its own mythology – one where anyone can shape their own reality.

Written by: Adam White

India’s bodybuilding boom reflects a changing nation
Culture

India’s bodybuilding boom reflects a changing nation

Muscle & hustle — All across India, young men are willing to turn their backs on tradition and compete for a better life – even if it means sacrificing their health. But in a country where inequality is still rife, dominating one of the world’s most expensive sports can seem like an impossible dream.

Written by: Alex King

Desiree Akhavan is film's most exciting 'outsider'
Film

Desiree Akhavan is film's most exciting 'outsider'

Can't stop, won't stop — After winning the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance for a coming-of-age film about LGBT teens, Desiree Akhavan has battled self-doubt to realise her dream as a director. But in a medium with few opportunities for fresh voices, she knows that success is never straightforward.

Written by: Cian Traynor

The BMX crew no one took seriously...until they dominated
Bike

The BMX crew no one took seriously...until they dominated

Pedal to the medal — After starting out with just an abandoned track to call home, a penniless BMX club in South London went from being laughed at by rivals to producing some of the world’s best riders. But they’re not ready to give up a reputation as scrappy underdogs just yet.

Written by: Niall Flynn

How the world’s unluckiest band finally found success
Magazine

How the world’s unluckiest band finally found success

Nothing — Philly rock band Nothing have braved a tough road – from death and beatdowns to prison and scandal – but now that they’ve reached their apex, frontman Domenic Palermo is making peace with chaos.

Written by: Cian Traynor

The guerrilla gig-promoters who inspired Burning Man
Film

The guerrilla gig-promoters who inspired Burning Man

Desolation Center — When a 20-year-old punk decided to put on a series of illegal shows in the desert, bands like Sonic Youth, Minutemen and the Meat Puppets agreed to play. Fans, meanwhile, boarded buses not knowing what to expect. The rest became music history.

Written by: Daniel Dylan Wray

The snow sports designer inspiring a sisterhood of shred
Activism

The snow sports designer inspiring a sisterhood of shred

Coalition snow — After seeing a shortage of women in the outdoor industry, Jen Gurecki launched the only ski and snowboard gear made by women, for women.

Written by: Naomi Larsson

The brotherhood bringing motorbikes back from the dead
Bike

The brotherhood bringing motorbikes back from the dead

Cycle Zombies — The Stopnik family have come to define an alternative image of Californian cool: bikers who surf, skate and know how to get the most out of life.

Written by: Gary Inman

Meet Queen B, the face of car culture for a new generation
Magazine

Meet Queen B, the face of car culture for a new generation

Royalty on wheels — Becky Evans is carving out a space for female petrolheads ready to stamp their style on a scene that once seemed off-limits.

Written by: Alex King

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