1. City for skating: Kansas City 2. Skate video when you were a kid: Mouse 3. Pro when you were a kid: Eric Koston 4. Band/musician: Nirvana 5. Thing about Newbury Park: NP sucks, but it’s home! 6. Restaurant: Corrales 7. Skatepark: The Berrics 8. City Stars memory: We drove up to Canada in an [...]
Check out part 2 of 2 from Jaime Owens’ photo blog of Skullcandy’s Theoseurosnaps tour this past summer featuring Eric Koston and Theotis Beasley.
Organika’s Josh Anderson along with Brian Baca and Garric Ray stopped by the office to skate our million dollar TF with us at lunch.
Future Fortune 500 member, Marc Johnson, talks about running a lucrative business in a futile economy in this Total Recall from back in April of 2001. Click on through to check it out.
Sacking on a handrail now just looks plain intelligent after watching these fools…enjoy
This week our photographer J. Mehring has posted some outtakes from the current issue’s double interview with Joey Pepper and Zered Bassett. Be sure to check it out in print as well.
Words: Adam Salo Tony Cox is a beach comber and a bird of passage, a Yogi and a metaphorical unicyclist. He smells like boys often do, sews bits of gold onto recycled shirts to make magic carpets and he’s real down with his grandma. So leave him alone, he’s only dreaming. —Eva Destruction Tell me [...]
Christoph “Willow” Wildgrube is off Flip Skateboards.
Ben Kilpatrick interned with us this past summer and did a great job of helping us out here, so we wanted to showcase some of Ben’s photographic talents here with his very own guest blog. Click through to see some great photos!
Wild in the Streets On June 21st, 2009, a very healthy crowd of about 2500 came out to run Wild in the Streets today in Vancouver, joining the Emerica team in a winding route throughout downtown, and hitting spots all along the way. The journey was the destination as Emericans of all ages hit the [...]
Jerry Hsu Right side: Hyperextended elbow: “Fell backward and straight-armed it. One of my elbow joints popped out and my forearm was experiencing new angles that I never thought possible. I almost threw up. I yanked it back into place and went to the hospital. I had to get a screw put in to hold [...]
The final part of the 7 week tour from 2005 with Kenny Reed, Jack Sabback, and Bobby Puleo.