Real Skateboards known associate Alex Midler is a street ripper at only 12 years old. Alex is an upstanding little man. He’s come out and supported both of our Make-A-WIsh events and even did his own roll-a-thon for the Johnnykickscancer foundation. We’re stoked to see him killing it on and off the board. Go Alex!
We hit up the Mafia premiere last Friday and got a little video highlight of our day and write up about it.
Check out the behind the scenes video of Tony Alva talking about his favorite skateboards from our April/May issue Memory Screened page.
Sierra Fellers warms up at Malto’s indoor KC park.
Former NikeSB, The Firm and Flip filmer, Kurt Hayashi let’s us raid his basement that houses such gems as giant Lance Mountain paintings, classic Gonz photos, rare Bob Burnquist footage and more.
Some people in New Zealand built a skatepark that closely resembles a pinball machine + local newsman goes for the roll-in
Kalis and McKay let you know all about their new site. Check it out. It’s a great one to bookmark.
The Sheckler Foundation did a great benefit skate jam for Austism Speaks this weekend. Check out the photos and even a Joey Brezinski twitter video compilation at the end.
World Industries’ got themselves a new ripper. Check it out Matt’s welcome video.
Check out this Raiders of the Archives 4 of 4 with Jacob Rosenberg, director of the newly released “Waiting For Lightning” documentary about Danny Way. Jacob is also known for helping film legendary skate videos like Plan B’s “Questionable” “Virtual Reality” & “Second Hand Smoke” to name a few. Bonus photos of some classic Gonz boards too.
One of our favorite photographers, Mr. Jon Humphries has this weeks Raiders of the Archives for Skateboardermag.com. Part 2 of 3.
Mark Gonzales, Dennis Busenitz, Silas Baxter-Neal and the rest of the Adidas team barge Frisco.