After years of disconnection, Cuba's government has introduced 35 WiFi hotspots across the country, providing outdoor hubs that offer a portal to other worlds.
Whatever's happening in the rest of the world, skateboarders will always keep pushing forward. Here are some of the best skateboarding stories from 2016.
After a year of shit-storms, The Offline Issue gets back to basics by unplugging from the internet and diving into the real world.
As Cuba’s emerging skateboarding scene opens up to the world, Toda Fuerza is the first brand with ambitions to sponsor artists, skaters and compete internationally.
Magnum photographer Alex Webb has absorbed the world, catching cinematic moments that make time stand still. Now he’s ready to focus that intuition on the everyday world he calls home.
Magnum photographer Burt Glinn arrived in Havana just as Fidel Castro’s revolutionaries seized power from dictator Fulgencio Batista.
As a dubstep pioneer and groundbreaking producer, Mala’s new project, Mirrors, connects South London bass culture with the traditional sounds of Peru.
A mother from Puerto Rico, a father from Cuba, born and raised in the US – Xenia Rubinos' identity is as diverse as the music she creates. Here, the New York singer-songwriter talks about her new album, influenced by American culture but motivated by the survival of fear.
Photographer Adrian Morris found himself in Havana during a critical era in Cuba's history, and took to the streets to take a look through a different lens.
NYC's Rogue Space hosts IRAN X CUBA, featuring artwork produced by Iranian and Cuban artists, inspired by their respective revolutions.
A free-market economy is transforming Cuba... but one skateboarder feels torn over his country's changing identity.
Obama's visit to Cuba last week was supposed to mark a thaw in relations between the two countries - Professor Arlei Sander Damo asks what happens next.