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      Atlas Hoods

      By Ioannis Mustakis Fanariotis, Elektra Kotsoni Jun 13, 2011

      Atlas Hoods: Tibet's Sad Beauty Pageant

      What do you do when people keep telling you your country's not a real country?

      By Ioannis Mustakis Fanariotis, Elektra Kotsoni Jun 13, 2011
      By Frank Marshall Apr 1, 2011

      Botswana's Cowboy Metalheads

      Love it or hate it, when most people think of metal, they think of white dudes. Even if metal was born from the blues and there are growing scenes in places like Indonesia and Peru.

      By Frank Marshall Apr 1, 2011
      By Alex Hoban Mar 25, 2011

      The Croatian Tattooed Grandma Cult

      That little girl in the middle there is Tea Turalija. She grew up in Bosnia and Herzegovina surrounded by tattooed women. Every day she would plant kisses on her great grandmother's hands, thinking nothing of the etchings on her arms.

      By Alex Hoban Mar 25, 2011
      By Alex Hoban Mar 18, 2011

      Tsunami Ground Zero

      I used to live out in Japan and have a friend in Sendai who was caught up in the mind-blowing destruction caused by last week's earthquake. When she got in touch to let me know she was safe, she pointed me in the direction of Aika and Jesse Ortiz.

      By Alex Hoban Mar 18, 2011
      By Julia King Mar 11, 2011

      Venezuela's Skyscraper Slum

      My uncle Gabriel works in a busy modern office in the heart of Caracas' financial district. But when he goes to take a leak in one of the men's rooms on the top floor, he doesn't get to look out and survey the dull urbanity that surrounds other skyscraper…

      By Julia King Mar 11, 2011
      By Gavin Haynes Mar 3, 2011

      The Gangster Preacher

      South African preacher Albern Martins really loves a good shout. He has the common preacher habit of standing two inches from your earhole and booming out long, elliptical speeches that encompass God, forgiveness, repentance, gangsters he has known and lo…

      By Gavin Haynes Mar 3, 2011