The man, the legend and Black Label owner John Lucero lets us dig around his office and warehouse for this Raiders of the Archives part 1 of 4. Check back next Friday for part 2.
Our video recap of the 15 Years of Gonz & Adidas Photo Show in Los Angeles.
Joey Brezinski gives you the low down on running Andale Bearings out of his garage before heading to the Gardena park to rip it up with fellow teammates Ronnie Creager, Carlos Ribiero, Michael Guffey and more.
The little valley kid that’s all grown up now and is a fucking street ripper, Torey Pudwill handles this week’s Tuesday 25.
Lakai and Baker AM Riley Hawk handles this week’s Tuesday 25. Click through and check out some Q/A and video parts.
This year as part of his Be The Change initiative and Skate For A Cause event, Ryan Sheckler chose the A.Skate Foundation to be the beneficiary and help fund a ten city tour for them to hold A.Skate clinics. Watch our exclusive video to go behind the scenes and find out what motivated Ryan to pick them and what it meant to Crys Worley to have such great support from the Sheckler Foundation.
Featuring Eric Koston, Heath Kirchart, David Gonzales and more.
Deathwish and Fallen’s Jon Dickson handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com.
Last night in Los Angeles Emerica hosted a bowling extravaganza for the one and only Brandon Westgate to celebrate his first pro model shoe. Peep the photos here.
Check out our video companion to Marc Johnson’s Memory Screened page in the latest Feb/Mar issue of Skateboarder. Marc talks about his five favorite pro board graphics. He even threw in some bonus boards to talk about.
Check out photos from our second annual Sunset Rampage mini-ramp jam at the Standard hotel in Hollywood presented by Analog & Gravis. This is just part 1 of more photos and videos coming your way featuring Arto Saari, Dylan Rieder, Stefan Janoski, Dustin Dollin, Spanky, Chad Bartie, Andrew Langi and more.
Skateboarder Magazine contributor Seb Carayol got an exclusive interview with Jimbo Phillips about the recent controversy where fashion designer Jeremy Scott ripped off some classic Santa Cruz graphics done by Jimbo and his dad Jim. Look inside to see what Jimbo has to say about the situation.