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I lived in Boston when hardcore ruled the suburban wasteland. I saw history weekly. Gotta stick together like glue. I'm in this photo, top left 1981. –Jake Phelps

Rhino caught up with Brad McClain to talk about skating contests, injuries, and his new video part dropping this week.

Kristan Svitak held the Kill The Kool art show at the Oceanside Museum of Art last Friday celebrating the influence of 1980s skateboarding and punk rock.

Jay was the essence of skateboarding, 100% inside and outside, as pure a form of skateboarding as we may ever see.—Stacy Peralta

These guys definetly had a fun trip. Check out some photos of the Ramshakle crew on the road from Nic Clark.

Recently, a quick clip of a guy exiting a skatepark by way of showtime air blew up far and wide. It touched a nerve of stoke and spread like wildfire. We caught up with Mickey to ask some questions.

Windsor talks about the current state of skateboarding and plays some tunes that he's been rocking.

Since there are only so many pages in the print publication, we present you with the World's Best Roadtrip bonus web feature.

A well-liked Bay Area skater and friend, Bahram Morid, is battling a serious illness. He decided to throw a skate pool party to celebrate his friends and life.

From a ponytail Make-A-Wish brat to full time 18 gnarzone. Raney Beres talks Skate Rock, slams, and well... it's on.

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Miles Silvas kickflip back tails his way onto the October cover and continues his campaign of carnage with a 14-page interview inside. Asphalt Yacht Club goes full-on conspiracy theory in Denver; Supra crushes the cobblestone in the UK and Cory Kennedy and company hit the dirt on a Hellride through the Pacific Northwest. Turn on, tune out, drop in. Add this one to your collection.