As bears shuffle into caves to hibernate, men unroll hats that barely cover their ears. Over three hours, we saw about 50. Genuinely.
"One of them had done a poo on the pillow next to another lad’s head while he was asleep."
More than a million have reportedly marched and 20 died in inequality demonstrations.
People set aside their usual sectarian divisions to unite for now week-long demonstrations. Here's what two photographers have seen.
The Barrios Project handed children disposable film cameras, to represent their often neglected neighbourhoods on their own terms.
An entire community of Bengali Muslims faces an uncertain future amidst rising anti-Muslim sentiment in India, which has only been made worse by the threat of their land being washed away.
Photographer Arwa Al-Na’imi used to love theme parks, but found them less fun as she got older and was separated from her brother.
Photos from this year's street party, which marked 60 years since the first Caribbean Carnival event in London.
Thousands of kids turned up at a parking lot to pick one up.
Photographer Valya Lee spent three months working undercover and taking photos on her phone.
From Kaytranada and Cypress Hill to a Places+Faces takeover, everything that went down on the Noisey stage last weekend.
Queer and inclusive party LICK has now grown from a monthly club night to a permanent space. We were there for its launch night.