Huck is inspired by DIY culture, featuring people who make you think, who challenge the system, who strike out on their own. Packed with intelligent journalism and stunning photography, it covers the people and the places that are shaping culture all over the world.
CHAPTER 1 PEOPLE
TiCE CiN • Author, artist, screenwriter, DJ, producer: the Tottenham native is multi-disciplinary in every sense of the word. Following the success of her acclaimed debut novel, she’s restating her commitment to the place that made her, with a plan to create pathways so that others can replicate her journey.
CHAPTER 2 PLACES
NEVER STOP FIGHTING • As a full-scale Russian invasion threatens everything they’ve built, the movement is fighting back to prevent Putin destroying their future.
WHERE THE MAGIC HAPPENS PORRIDGE RADIO
AGAINST THE TIDE • Bureh is located on the Sierra Leone peninsula, a crescent-shaped cove known for its golden stretch of sand. It’s here that the country’s first ever surf club was born, kickstarting a journey that has seen the town become the nation’s wave-riding capital - despite the challenges it continues to face.
Run to The Source
CHAPTER 3 PICTURES
How I Got The Shot - EWEN SPENCER
HOME of the PEOPLE • London’s council estates are often maligned, regularly used as lazy shorthand to depict both crime and poverty. But in the form of brutalist blocks, modernist towers and more, these spaces play home to some of the city’s most iconic architecture, illustrating the visionary potential of public housing when built with community at its heart.
DEVIL'S POOL • Over the years, a small swimming hole in a city park has evolved into a magnetic meeting place for Philadelphians - a hideaway suspended in time, where people can connect with the natural landscape, and each other.
CHAPTER 4 MOVE
WHEN HITS THE SUN • When two friends made plans to restore a derelict skate park by hand, they also set out to reignite a community.
PUSH THE SKY AWAY
WEAR YOUR COLOURS • As Ireland slowly frees itself from the grip of social conservatism, its national sports are modernising too, powered by a new generation of athletes and fans determined to create more inclusive spaces. At the forefront of this movement is Na Gaeil Aeracha, the country’s first ever LGBTQ+ Gaelic Football team.
CHAPTER 5 MISC
The Dazzling Blackness
LESSONS LEARNED SHaRON VAN ETTEN
SOCCER MOMMY • Do you have a problem that requires fixing? A question in need of an answer? Fear not: our Agony Aunt for Issue 77 is here to help.