This past Saturday Skate Warehouse cruised up to San Francisco to attend the Thrasher SOTY party. It was a good time. Here’s some pics from the event. The Skate Warehouse guys hit up the free bar, where even the cups were … Continue reading →
The Chrome Ball Incident blog is back up and running after relocating it’s offices to the great northwest. It’s only fitting that their first post back is dedicated to one of the original DIY skateparks, Burniside, in Portland Oregon. Too many classic photos and gnarly skaters to even begin to list off, just click the link and enjoy.
Another Protec Pool Party has come and gone. Pedro Barros won the Pros division for the second year in a row with powerful lines and huge airs. Steve Caballero‘s smooth lines and technical grinds were enough to seal 1st place … Continue reading →
We got new stickers in the House of Skate. Get yours with every order or send us a self addressed envelope for some freebies. Be sure to let us know what you think of the new designs in the comment section. But go skate first.
Friday, April 6 (also known as tomorrow) members of Girl Skateboards‘ The Art Dump will be putting on a group art show at THIS Los Angeles, featuring work from Andy Jenkins, Eric Anthony, Hershel Baltrotsky, Michael Coleman, Christian Morin, Andy Mueller, and Chris Waycott. Wish we were going.
I’m sure you’ve heard Lil Wayne purchased a majority share of the Skatepark of Tampa, at $9.3 million dollars? If not, you’re welcome. The deal requires Weezy to appear at all Damn Am events that SPoT Productions host. Please share your feelings.