The launch of the 2008 Imbalu ceremony in Mbale. Photo via Flickr user buhugu.org This August, thousands of locals and foreigners descended upon the hills and plains of the rural Mbale District, a typically sleepy land of coffee, corn, and carrot farmers in southeastern Uganda.
Noisey Presents: JUCE Live
The Chuckle Brothers with Tinchy Stryder (Screen shot via) Stone cold fact time: Paul Chuckle has reinvented the selfie.
3D-Printed Mistakes Are Inspiring a New Kind of Glitch Art
On Wednesday, five days after being released from prison having served half of a five-year sentence for rape, former footballer Ched Evans released a video statement.
While Ebola outbreaks are brutal for those who catch the disease, the nature of its contagion means that it's unlikely to actually spread that fast or far.
Caesars nightclub in Streatham – one of London's most famous closed drinking arenas It might be hard to believe it in the age of The Warehouse Project, fluorescent wristbands and WKD wingmen, but nightclubs in this country haven't always been gleaming cathedrals of youth culture, packed to the sprinklers with hordes of young people having the best night of their lives, as the world's biggest DJs earn more for a b2b set than the rest of us make in a month.
In early October, Paris’ Longchamp Racecourse hosted Europe’s “most prestigious horse race”, the 93rd Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (or just “the Arc” if you want to save yourself some time).
Russell Brand made his name as a provocateur, but recently his voice of dissent has grown louder and louder, threatening to drown out the clownish Booky Wook image he spent a decade building.
In Photos: Demonstrations for Missing Students Swell in Mexico and Across the World
This Saturday is the anniversary of the 1983 American invasion of Grenada, Operation Urgent Fury, which finished off a Black Power revolution on the tiny island that had dared to challenge US control of the Caribbean.
Since Israel's inception, the Haredi - ultra-Orthodox adherents of Judaism - have been exempt from the country's military conscription laws.
In September, Islamic State militants launched an offensive to seize Kobane, a predominantly Kurdish town in Syria just across the border from Turkey.
George Orwell's 1984 opens with Winston Smith carving out a pocket of privacy by crouching in a corner of his apartment where the telescreen—and thus Big Brother—can't see and writing a diary entry.
DJ Skitz (left) and Rodney P playing Fabric sometime in the early-2000s (All photos courtesy of Fabric) Meat market.
Image via Flickr user Noé Alfaro Florida is like a parfait. The bottom layer is made up of Miami, gays, and rich people; the middle is basically Disney World, stucco palaces, and suburban sprawl; and the top is more or less South Georgia run-off.
Chocolate has always been an elite skateboarding brand, so we jumped at the opportunity to do a "20 Years of Chocolate" episode.
Ernesto Chahoud, owner of Darsko record store, in Beirut Below a canopy of electric wires on a narrow street in Bourj Hamoud, an Armenian neighbourhood in east Beirut, a small group of pensioners sit on red plastic chairs outside a corner shop, chain-smoking and occasionally shouting at each other, in conversation rather than anger.
Vintage Adidas jacket from Rokit PHOTOGRAPHY: ALEX DE MORA STYLING: KYLIE GRIFFITHS Stylist assistant: Bo Dube and Thomas Ramshaw Make-up: Danielle Kahlani Hair: Nicole Kahlani Models: George Hard and Coral at FM Vintage Adidas jacket from Rokit, skirt from Rokit Gogo Philip necklace, All Saints top
Photos of Martin Rouleau, a.k.a. Ahmad the Converted, via Facebook Even though Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is remaining tight-lipped about the specifics of a “suspected terror attack” on Wednesday in Montreal, online Canadian jihadists currently plying their trade in Iraq and Syria are already making a martyr out of the suspected attacker.