As Jersey Shore goes back to the Shore, we sit with the guido who has the best tattoos—and rarely covers them with a shirt.
The "Dirty Ghetto Kid" talks skating, hip-hop, and hip-hoppers who skate.
Rapper, The Game, sits down with INKED Magazine and tells us about his career, his ink and the one place he WON'T get tattooed.
Legendary MC Q-Tip can do whatever the hell he wants. After revolutionizing hip-hop with A Tribe Called Quest and paving the way for Kanye, Tip is more experimental than ever these days. On this album, delayed since 2001 and remixed for release, the lyrical master sounds more like Curtis Mayfield than a mic-rockin’ MC. He weaves his trademark flow through pumping organs, flaring guitars, and wild beats from a live band. “Do U Dig U?” expands like a modern version of Miles Davis’s On the Corner, while “Heels” is the closest Tip comes to delivering a club hit. There’s nothing commercial, but that isn’t the point. As Tip says on the opener, “Feelin’,” “This racket is in need of somebody like me.” Damn straight.
Rachel Larratt, also known as Chica Loca, takes a hair-pin turn at 129 miles per hour in her 2006 Lotus Elise and finds that the preceding evening's rain has washed away a large chunk of the stretch of Mexican roadway where she's been racing. She pilots around it and continues on, just a streak of gunmetal in Mexico's most perilous road race, La Carrera Panamericana. In the end, Chica Loca comes in first in class, first in exhibition, and tenth overall out of 103 entered in 2006. Not bad for a girl. In fact, this "girl" has had podium finishes in every rally series she's entered, including the Chihuahua Express; ...
Heidi interviews the outdoors entrepreneur of Dharamsala, India, Raja Sahota.
Rashad McCants played possessed. In high school, he ripped through the competition, earning state MVP honors in New Hampshire while taking his team to the state championship. College was no different. At Air Jordan’s alma mater, University of North Carolina, McCants scorched opposing defenses with his silky smooth skills, earning All-Conference and second team All-American status as a sophomore while leading his storied conference in scoring; he went on to help the Tar Heels cut down the nets as the 2005 NCAAnational champions. The 6’4” guard also became one of the most controversial college basketball players in history. The press latched on to McCant’s lone wolf personality and his inflammatory ...
The lone joy of traffic is admiring craftsmanship.