Posts By: Andrea Kurland

The Frankenstein bikes taking over the streets of Britain

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Bike culture’s ongoing and colourful resurgence is a constant source of inspiration – and awe – for communities around the globe. From the Fixie fiends who ruled the mid-noughties, to moustachioed Bike Polo teams; from devout road racers to couriers-turned-champs, the humble bike has lived a thousand different lives since it’s birth in 1917. But… Read more »

The dumpster-divers leading a zero-waste life in the age of mass consumption

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For most people, the first things that spring to mind when they think of searching through dumpsters or wading through junkyards are homelessness, desperation and disgust. But for those who engage in a scavenger subculture, wordplay takes a very different form: opportunity, art, resourcefulness, community and waste reduction are just some of the positive images… Read more »

Huck’s annual documentary photography exhibition is here

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Every year Huck goes in search of outstanding documentary photography projects, then turns the spotlight on the photographers who brought them into this world. Photography is at the centre of everything we do – we live for beautiful images. But our real obsession is stories. And photographers are storytellers in their own right. In this… Read more »

Could this solve Montauk’s water crisis?

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“Life on Long Island revolves around water,” says John Slattery in the opening moments of Mikey DeTemple’s latest documentary, Into The Sea. As a local resident, John should know. The health and happiness of this coastal community, buffering up to the Atlantic on one side and the city of New York on the other, is… Read more »

Amy Goodman’s fierce brand of independent journalism

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Journalism’s ongoing state of crisis is still, scarily, in its infancy. As we flail around trying to figure out how to get heard – and paid – while publishing stories that matter, there’s always a beacon on the horizon when things fade to grey. Democracy Now!, a last bastion of ‘proper’ journalism – a place you can rely… Read more »