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Lele Sadoughi: Home Tour
Lele Sadoughi: Home Tour

Daily Candy goes inside the Greenwich Village home of jewelry designer and collector Lele Sadoughi.

“Decadence” Returns to NYC

NYC nightlife icon Susanne Bartsch brings an androgynous, let-your-hair-down party to the Meatpacking District.

Taking Back Tijuana
Taking Back Tijuana

A dramatic spike in narcoviolence, and a plunge in tourism and the economy, has altered Tijuana’s cultural life in unexpected ways.

HAHA Store: D.I.Y. Art and Fashion
HAHA Store: D.I.Y. Art and Fashion
Art and Violence in Tijuana
Art and Violence in Tijuana

No artist in TJ has used their work to confront the city’s violence and security issues more consistently than self-taught artist Daniel Ruanova.

Ghetto Frida
Ghetto Frida

Artist Rio Yañez’s tribute to growing up in the Mission District of San Francisco during the ’90s.

D.C. Go-Go Dancers to Compete on MTV
D.C. Go-Go Dancers to Compete on MTV

The Beat Ya Feet Kings Battle It Out on ‘America’s Best Dance Crew.’

Baltimore Club Kid Rye Rye
Baltimore Club Kid Rye Rye

The streets still have a hold on Rye Rye, the Baltimore club kid with some adult responsibilities.

Brush With Death
Brush With Death

Business at a North Philly memorial T-shirt business is, sadly, booming.

Ruby
Ruby

On D.C. walk, fans share overweight reality TV star’s burden.

When Larry Met Salvi
When Larry Met Salvi

The director of Kids and Bully makes his most uplifting film yet—about a group of Guatemalan and Salvadoran skate punks surviving in South Central.

Fiery Flow
Fiery Flow

In Shelliano’s world, everyone is on the grind—struggling to make money, to feed their kids, to stay out of trouble, to not end up in jail, to not end up dead. He sees rapping—making “beautiful ‘hood music”—as his ticket out of struggle.

Mexican Street Clowns
Mexican Street Clowns

Payasos callejeros are firmly rooted in Mexico’s urban panorama, alongside traveling salesmen, boleros, prostitutes and mariachis.

Philly Is Burning
Philly Is Burning

The city’s ballroom scene is both a social and support network for young LGBT African-Americans.

American Rockstar
American Rockstar

A faded aesthetic finds new urban life.