subcultures

Instagirls, dog lovers and nail maids, oh my!
My family and I were nomadic nearly my entire childhood, and as an adult I have traveled to over ten countries and lived in three. While freelancing in Paris, several friends began asking for help constructing fun itineraries for their trips abroad.
Since coming out, what has boggled my mind is that there seems to be some sort of hierarchy within the gay community, or at least a never-ending amount of cliques -- you know, those things that existed in high school. And it is here that we find why we are so competitive as a community.
At this point, the referees began their spiel, detailing the important rules of Brennan's Thursday Night Turtle Racing to
When Jerome Kern announced he was going to compose a score for a show based on Marco Polo, an enthusiastic reporter asked, "What type of music will you compose?" Kern answered without missing a beat, "Nice Jewish music." (Oh, how I hope that's true.)
What they lack in safety they make up for in power. Exposed engine blocks, with chrome plated manifolds and exhaust pipes
I marvel at what modern chefs are doing. I should be fluent in Foodish because I write about food and sometimes eat in fancy
Some say recent urban transformation is due to the influx of 'hipsters' with a real passion for food and an eye for design -- urban cheesemongers and mustachioed greengrocers, with their organic fruit and vegetable smoothies.
It is a scene one might expect to see in Bogota, Havana, or even New York City. But this is Seoul, South Korea, an unexpected locale for a salsa competition. Yet Latin dance fever has taken over one of Asia's biggest cities and this year's Asia Latin Music & Salsa Festival proves it.
As he takes off his baseball cap and replaces it with a veiled hat, he makes it evident that there is a new subculture emerging in the Korean capital: urban beekeeping.
Montreal has such a rich history that visitors can easily overlook the young, underground culture. In fact, I consider this French-Canadian city to be one of the best alternative travel destinations in North America.
2013-05-22-steampunk_la_real.jpgDid you know Steampunk culture existed in Japan?
When the Sex Pistols appeared on the BBC singing "God Save the Queen," China was still in the grips of the Cultural Revolution
At underground parties, it's not unusual to see people in novelty contact lenses, which can re-create the golden glare of a tiger or the blue-in-blue of a Dune Fremen.
Look closely, and you'll see three vertical scars over his right eye, as if a tiger mauled him. He cut these lines into the skin with a scalpel and let them heal, a process called scarification.
It's an interesting take on the travel documentary, swapping in a new co-host for every destination and one that Vice hopes
Graffit is the New York restaurant debut of former graffiti artist-turned chef Jesus Nunez, and his third restaurant overall
Our three days with the homeless confirmed something a close friend told me before I left: We were stepping into a subculture.