Things I Need to Say
Huck x Tommy Guerrero Film
No Mans Land European Tour
Congratulations Spike Jonze!
Huck celebrates the Oscar-winner
The Last Taboo
Shedding light on Tokyo’s underground noise scene
It’s gonna get loud
A meaningless conversation with life navigator Ian MacKaye
Sticking to the side roads
Shooting the Streets
Inside A Dark Mind
A Finnish skateboarder’s snow-covered sanctuary
Too hot? Watch this
Skating South Africa’s Valley of a Thousand Hills
Zulu skate paradise
Huck Reports: Saying No To Coal
Here and No Further
Misfit City: The renaissance riot grrrls of Tacoma
Boots on the Ground: Volunteers of the Refugee Crisis
Helping refugees at Europe's frontier
The young people fighting AIDS and big pharma
Demanding radical reforms
The perils of underground Filipino abortions
Women are dying every day
The best dance scenes in alternative cinema
Dancing in the dark
Fear and Trolling on the Campaign Trail
Five political commentators who won’t bore you to death
Director Interview: How OK Go danced through zero gravity for their new music video
Treadmills are so 2006
Once in a lifetime chance to see David Shrigley, Bridget Riley and Da Vinci side by side as Margate’s Turner Contemporary explores the central role of the circle in art. Until 25 September.
From The Greaseball to The Swan, a visual guide to how to consume your Holy Za.
Sit on Trump’s foul face and raise money for charity, with a Mr. Bingo designed woopie cushion. All proceeds donated to Greenpeace, International Medical Corps, and Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Start the week feeling refreshed and relaxed with 71a’s new Yoga + Chai classes. All experiences welcome!
Philly Zine Fest – the longest running festival of self publication in Philadelphia – will be exhibiting the largest zine library in the area. It’s a chance for fellow zinesters to swap magazines, contacts and have a chat with one another. August 28.
IRIN’s multimedia reportage follows a week in the life of three young Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, a country where they are systematically marginalised.