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THE SLICK APPEAL OF SLIDES & GRINDS

by Cole Nowicki It doesn’t require much to hold a skateboarding competition. On its most base level, all one needs is a flat...

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IT AIN’T TREASON: SKATEBOARDERS, SECURITY GUARDS, AND AN EXERCISE IN COMPASSION

by Cole Nowicki When it comes to skateboarding’s historically fraught relationship with security and authority in general—both sides are dicks about it....

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AN ODE TO JUNK SPOTS

They’re different from the quasi-renegade concrete pours on underused parcels of land that we call DIY parks. They’re different from modular parks...

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THE ARRIVAL OF ANDY ANDERSON

by Cole Nowicki Andy Anderson is pro. That’s a bit of information I wasn’t privy to until I tuned into the Tampa...

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JEFF THORBURN PORTFOLIO

Make a few moves in your adult life and you’ll inevitably end up with friends and family all over the place. Such...

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JAMES MORLEY PORTFOLIO

Words and photos by James Morley Over the past few years, the amount of time I have had available for shooting skateboarding...

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THE SOURCE AT THE COMPOUND

With a temperature of -30 in Calgary, The Source rented out The Compound YYC indoor park for a private session the other...

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AN INTERVIEW WITH ELIJAH BERLE

Within the confines of what looked like a chop shop you’d see in a car theft movie, mostly sheltered from a very...

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RYAN LEBEL PORTFOLIO

Being that we both grew up in the same city around the same time, it would only be truthful of me to...

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TODD FALCON IS DEAD (AND WE KILLED HIM)

Todd (1984 – 2018) is survived by his meticulously documented, confoundingly creative and (for him) frustratingly obscure 34 years spent on a...

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