Over the weekend, hundreds of people attended protests against a controversial policing bill ahead of it being debated in the Commons this week.
Throughout the pandemic, the government has neglected students – particularly when it comes to housing. But a group of old school activists are stepping in and using radical politics to fight for a younger generation.
From leopard print coffins to environmentally friendly ceremonies, Arka is the women-led funeral home changing the way we deal with the death process.
Huck's News Editor has been refused security clearance for Labour Party Conference by the police despite having no criminal record, and they won't tell us why.
Raised in a small Sussex village, Rag N’ Bone Man doesn’t fit the bill of your standard MC. But Rory Graham is a true hip hop renaissance man.
When Paul Hewitt walked into a barbershop for the first time, he picked up his life and threw himself in a new direction. And he hasn’t looked back since.
Seaside Sessions kicks off a two-day thrash-athon in Brighton. We spoke to Boardettes founder Teresa Geer to find out what’s in store and why the girls skate scene is blowing up.
Rival Consoles, Creepoid and Aurora are the latest contemporary talent to drop some pearls of wisdom in our 'Things I Learned Along The Way' series.
The Morvélo Battle Royale sees a derelict market in Brighton become a Mad Max-style battleground of indoor oval track bike racing.
Independent arts distributor Blue Monday Press curates some visual treats from their archives ahead of their creative takeover in Brighton this week.
While you’re in Brighton for The Great Escape, don’t miss out on its free and rowdier little brother: The Alternative Escape. We spoke to festival manager Kevin Moore to find out more.
Europe's biggest new music showcase kicks off once again in Brighton. We've got our top picks from the tenth anniversary edition and exciting news about Huck's stage at The Komedia on Saturday May 16.