“When we go to a skate park, we take up space, and then all of a sudden you don’t see a bunch of guys trying to tell you to move out the way, ’cause we’re the majority now,” says Lid Madrid. “And we’re taking up space, and just changing the way that skate parks traditionally […]
The author takes a deep dive into the culture of the lifestyle and his personal connection to it.
The new HBO series dives even deeper into the world of the Skate Kitchen collective.
This week’s featured gig poster was created by Chicago artist Erik Sanchez.
The 29-year-old filmmaker reflects on skateboarding videos, making documentaries, and what he learned about his hometown of Rockford, Illinois, during filming.
Earlier this month, the Dew Tour came to town.
Even in death, street artist Brooks Golden continues to make a mark on Chicago.
The Low Down Hoe Down, a skateboarding and punk rock party in Manteo, is celebrating its tenth year this Saturday.
In the New York Times, stories about the rich lead nicely to ads for the rich
The People Issue: Dr. Titus Chiu, skateboarding chiropractic neurologist
This disillusioned physics professor couldn’t fix the education system—so he fixed a Tony Hawk video game instead.