Six Things I Learned Reading Every Last Word of Huck

 

Gabrielle Plucknette/The New York Times

Gabrielle Plucknette/The New York Times

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Among snowboarders and skateboarders and others, to “huck” is to throw oneself into a jump without inhibition (the term was inspired by the wild spirit of Huckleberry Finn). But in the British magazine of the same name, the boarding subcultures are but entry points for articles about music, politics and places all over the world. My initial skepticism (a British surfing magazine?) turned into appreciation for all the waves I caught in the August/September issue. (I read it in print, but you can also read it in full online.) … Continue reading at nytimes.com

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