Surfing, Skateboarding, Music, Photography, Travel, Culture and general antics of the youth on the run.
We recently went to New York and had breakfast with Bobby Worrest. Between coffee and eggs, we talked to him about being one of the first guys on Krooked, NYC vs. West Coast skateboarding and about growing up in Washington D.C. at Pulaski Park and getting hassled by the cops regularly.
The topic is very popular right now. You can’t deny that. And while other stories lead the headlines across America and the world, surfing has it’s own version of the tale unfolding: the story of Becoming Westerly — a book chronicling the transformation of former professional surfer Peter Drouyn into a woman. The story caught Jamie Brisick’s…
Florida’s Brad Cromer might have the world’s most stylish kick flip. He’s also humble, modest and soft spoken. And talented enough to be one of the most underrated skateboarders we’ve ever met. He hung out with us a while back in Long Beach. We talked about his upcoming Huf shoe. Filming his next part exclusively in Florida….
We were in New York, like, yesterday. And while we were there, Mitch Coleborn and his new wife Kritty were honeymooning in the city as well, and their first stop was at a dive bar in the LES called Sophie’s. And seeing how we love Sophie’s too (competitive pool table and good juke box) we came over…
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A conversation with fine artist Kelsey Brookes at the RVCA Off The Wall house.
La Femme really love to party — or as they like to say: “make party.”
Brendon Gibbens talks about working on his part in Cluster.
“I wanted to be a mix of Tom Curren with aerials…”
Corners are gravitating their way to the center.
We talk with Dane about early film inspirations, going at a part with a plan, music and what he wants to do for his section in Cluster.
We talk with the World’s Greatest Professional Surfer of All Time and drink a lot of coffee.