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Overlooked during her life time, a new documentary will explore the work of Tish Murtha. huckmag.com/?p=448747
The people at the centre of a pioneering harm reduction approach explain how Merseyside led the way in saving untold lives. huckmag.com/?p=448684
One quiet corner of Reddit is providing respite for hundreds of "children" in need of a kind word. huckmag.com/?p=448484
Hampered by US sanctions and the pandemic, it has become near impossible for Iran’s artists to introduce their music to international audiences. huckmag.com/?p=448983
In the early '80s, photographer Paul Graham traversed the length of England along the Great North Road documenting life in the nation along the way. huckmag.com/?p=444666
From Bronx jams in the 1970s to the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, the art of breaking has come along way over the past 50 years. huckmag.com/?p=448797
On a trip to Mexico, London-based photographer Alex Kurunis captured the spirit of the country’s rodeos in photos that celebrate the people keeping the tradition alive today. huckmag.com/?p=446559
A new record label in Germany wants to change the way the world views Iran. huckmag.com/?p=448983
George M. Johnson’s debut memoir All Boys Aren’t Blue is an exuberant series of personal essays about growing up Black and queer in the United States. huckmag.com/?p=448956
Photographer David Corio remembers shooting Nick Cave and his band, the Birthday Party, in the early 80s, during their turbulent time in London. huckmag.com/?p=442519
Having already taken the US by storm, George hopes that All Boys Aren’t Blue can be a valuable resource for young people who grew up like them. huckmag.com/?p=448956
Rob Bremner's photos of Liverpool in the '80s captures a city brimming with character, style, and defiance. huckmag.com/art-and-cultur…
"Whether it’s social issues or environmental issues, footballers and clubs already know that they have a voice and a responsibility to speak out." huckmag.com/?p=443422
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When photographer Tish Murtha died suddenly in 2013, she left behind a largely forgotten archive of extraordinary images. huckmag.com/?p=448747
This is the story of how public health officials in Liverpool pioneered an approach to drug consumption that saved countless lives. huckmag.com/?p=448684
The 37-year-old poet and critic speaks to Huck about his new book, which offers a stirring meditation on Black performances, cultures and communities in the United States. huckmag.com/?p=448857
From Bronx jams in the 1970s to the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, the art of breaking has come along way over the past 50 years. huckmag.com/?p=448797
Liberated by anonymity, students across the country are sharing stories of sexual assault online. huckmag.com/?p=448927
A new exhibition will showcase the work of the legendary photographer David Goldblatt. huckmag.com/?p=448559
"We see ourselves as warriors and poets. This is a calling. We use metal to speak to our social conditions as Africans." huckmag.com/art-and-cultur…
"Young people today go through so much shit and bottle a lot of things up, because no one really cares how they feel." huckmag.com/?p=448432
"Despite the news that the Conservative government will pilot plainclothes police officers in bars and nightclubs, it is patently obvious that more police will never be the answer." huckmag.com/?p=448656
As Bristol prepares to become the biggest city in the country to ban lap-dancing clubs, adult entertainers are calling out the move's whorephobia. huckmag.com/?p=448778
From Manchester Pride to a Mayfair ball, throughout the 80s Homer Sykes' lens captured it all. huckmag.com/?p=448890
Uni confession pages have long been a place for light-hearted admissions of attraction, more recently though they've provided anonymous spaces for survivors to tell their stories. huckmag.com/?p=448927
Despite playing in the German second division, @fcstpauli_EN remain an inspiration for left-wing fans across the world. huckmag.com/?p=443974
On a trip to Mexico, London-based photographer Alex Kurunis captured the spirit of the country’s rodeos in photos that celebrate the people keeping the tradition alive today. huckmag.com/?p=446559
"I’m always optimistic. But I’m optimistic that young energy has to lead. I’m not optimistic about old energy leading." huckmag.com/?p=446500
Photographer Homer Sykes is crowdfunding for a new book consisting of some of his most striking magazine commissions from the Thatcher years. huckmag.com/?p=448890
An out-of-control police force and a government restricting citizens' rights isn't an issue restricted to the UK. huckmag.com/?p=448654
When she passed in the early ‘80s, it was assumed Mirabel Lomer's music would die with her, but a happy accident has given it new life. huckmag.com/?p=448251
Thanks to @SistersUncut's tireless campaigning, an authoritarian bill that intends to crack down on protesting and increase police powers has been delayed until at least the summer. huckmag.com/?p=448813
Skateboarding in Beirut. Surfing in LA. Quad biking in Oman. Rolling through London. Introducing Huck 74: The Action Issue. Let’s move together. huck.imbmsubscriptions.com/back-issues/
"It’s not about women’s safety at all. It’s about morals and what they personally find distasteful." huckmag.com/?p=448778
"I think we’ve learned that the journey is as important as the destination with our music." huckmag.com/?p=448372
The brutality of the Metropolitan Police on camera. huckmag.com/?p=448562
During the summer of 1977, Hazel Hankin walked the boardwalks of Coney Island photographing the people who caught her eye. huckmag.com/?p=448532
With the pandemic seeing many of us seeking comfort, one online community has developed into a unique haven for those who need a mother's love. huckmag.com/?p=448484
The people at the centre of a pioneering harm reduction approach explain how Merseyside led the way in saving untold lives. huckmag.com/?p=448684
Overlooked during her life time, a new documentary will explore the work of Tish Murtha. huckmag.com/?p=448747
For more than two decades, SolFed have been taking bad landlords to task. huckmag.com/?p=447934
The 37-year-old poet and critic speaks to Huck about his new book, which offers a stirring meditation on Black performances, cultures and communities in the United States. huckmag.com/?p=448857
From 2018 to 2020, Frankie Perez travelled across North America to capture breakdancing scenes from Mexico City to Montreal. huckmag.com/?p=448797
Alan Lodge's photos capture the revelry of the Stonehenge Free Festival at its 1980s height. huckmag.com/?p=444270
For centuries, land ownership has been concentrated in the hands of a wealthy elite, casting everyone else as trespassers. huckmag.com/?p=440790
Janette Beckman's tender photographs show a more tender side to LA's criminal underworld. huckmag.com/?p=444518
We enter the ring for a night of chessboxing: a curious combination of four-minute speed chess and three-minute boxing huckmag.com/?p=421908
From Bronx jams in the 1970s to the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, the art of breaking has come along way over the past 50 years. huckmag.com/?p=448797
In the early '80s, photographer Paul Graham traversed the length of England along the Great North Road documenting life in the nation along the way. huckmag.com/?p=444666
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