Huw Nesbitt

Skateboarding

The 'Leap of Faith' Was Skateboarding's Definitive Avant-Garde Moment

Jamie Thomas's slam at Point Loma High School was a piece of art.
Huw Nesbitt
1.19.18
Stuff

The 'Boston College Tapes' Document Northern Ireland's Murderous Past

I spoke to Anthony McIntyre, a former commander in the IRA who created an archive of people admitting to grizzly acts of political violence during the Troubles.
Huw Nesbitt
7.7.14
News

Why Are Young British People Turning Conservative?

A growing number of British Generation Yers are inclined to vote for the Tories, even though that's traditionally the party of old white bigots who don't care about young people.
Huw Nesbitt
4.14.14
Stuff

The 'Vacuum' Is Belfast's Most Hated Newspaper

Since 2003, Stephen Hackett and Richard West have been publishing Belfast’s premier satirical publication with the aim of challenging some of the preconceptions about the city and ridiculing members of its political and religious elite.
Huw Nesbitt
4.9.14
News

Talking to Berlin's Hipster Defense Squad

Berlin is often hailed as a mecca for ex-pats and creative types fed up with New York and its stratospheric cost of living. Now, as hordes of graphic designers and writers have begun gentrifying the city, locals have started a concerted attack on...
Huw Nesbitt
10.21.13
News

The Truth Behind the Battle for London's Housing

Foreign sheikhs, angry squatters, and impoverished councils all play a part in the mess that has become London's housing market. Not only is it difficult to access social housing, but a new report suggests that rent is now unaffordable for two thirds...
Huw Nesbitt
7.25.13