Through the magic of talking, Ray Barbee takes us on a whirlwind tour of skateboarding in the 80s.
Thrasher's editor takes us on a driving tour of the Bay.
Today we take a tour of the East Village with Billy Rohan. Like many a day of New York City skateboarding, this episode begins at Tompkins Square Park: the epicenter of fun distractions.
How about this for a meeting of minds? Mark Gonzales and Christian Hosoi, the two (probably) most important skaters of all time, just hanging out and shooting the shit.
For your viewing pleasure, a bonus reel of Jerry Hsu slams from the filming of Bag of Suck. Enjoy!
Neck Face, Brooklyn's most love/hate-ed graffiti artist, takes Patrick on a tour of some of his all-time favorite tags.
Braydon shows Patrick his 70s van and provides a little auto-tattography.
In this episode, Andrew Reynolds shows us how to deal with his skateboarding madness in five easy, unmessupable steps. Also his going- to- bed madness.
Epicly Later'd takes a trip to Kevin "Spanky" Long's father's Mexican beach house to ring in the new year with Spanky, Spanky Sr., and Jerry Hsu.
Iraqi people have always really liked soccer. In any neighborhood you go, you'll find kids and men alike playing the game passionately, as though great kingdoms depend on the outcome.
This episode is about Kevin "Spanky" Long, also known as Reggie Brothers. We had to help him and his mutually- ADHD father break into his own car just to get it shot, but it was worth it.
Jason Dill has contributed so much to the history of skateboarding so far that he can pretty much spend the next ten years sitting on a barstool and he will never not be one of our favorite skaters.
Fresh from Australia, Dustin Dollin hits the East Village to do a little drinking, skating, boot-shopping, drinking, getting a tattoo on his ear, and more drinking.
From David King head punches to Dermott Brereton groin splitters to Craig Kelly pinches, the cynical acts in Football provide as much enjoyment to fans as ostentatious running goals along the wing. Here are this year's standout players.
To make a long story short, Mark Rogowski-a.k.a. Gator, a.k.a. Gator Marc Anthony-is a man who became rich and famous as a pro skater starting in the '80s and is now 10 years into a life sentence for the brutal rape and murder of a woman he barely knew.
What's that? You weren't aware Southern California is big on action sports? Have you ever loooked at a map, asshole?