• Myles Willard's "Scorched Earth" Interview

    Myles Willard's "Scorched Earth" Interview
    Myles made waves in Baltimore before conquering the West Coast. Keep up with Toy Machine's newest pro as he raps classic vids, skating with his girlfriend and going pro for his dream brand—as seen in our January '22 issue.
  • Gary Smith's "Unexpected Guests" Part

    Gary Smith's "Unexpected Guests" Part
    Vu skateshop owner Gary Smith heats up the Ledgewood Zoo DIY with the homies for Super Stone.
  • Gary Smith's "Dad Bod" Part

    Gary Smith's "Dad Bod" Part
    Gary from VU skateshop comes through with a sick part for his 40th birthday.
  • The VU Skateshop Video

    The VU Skateshop Video
    Gary Smith and crew have been holding down the Baltimore skate scene for years. Before you head out skating this weekend, feast on the stoke of their latest shop vid.
  • August 1999

    August 1999
    Cover: Jamie Thomas – Switch Frontside Lipslide Photo: Burnett Inside This Mag: An interview with Jamie Thomas Also In This Issue: Am showdown in Madera, the Basic Bowl Contest and skating in OregonMusic Articles: The Have-Nots, Kool Keith and Mike Ness
  • February 1999

    February 1999
    Cover: Geoff Rowley – Frontside Boardslide Photo: Sturt Inside This Mag: Skating in Portugal, NYC street life, Halloween Ripride and an interview with Joe PinoAlso In This Issue: Texas Skate Jam and all star ams Jake Lewis, Jon Kealoha Fitisemanu, Tim Garner, Carols Aleman and Chris JonesMusic Articles: Jets to Brazil, Clone and Dalek
  • December 1998

    December 1998
    Cover: Cairo Foster – Crooked Grind Photo: Ogden Inside This Mag: Warner Avenue Mob featuring Dustin Dollin, Brian Sumner, Andrew Reynolds, Erik Ellington, Ali Boulala and Alex Moul, indoor pool skating and an interview with Adrian LopezAlso In This Issue: Road trip with Joe Barnes, John Griffin, Ben Krahn and Nik FreitasMusic Articles: Brand Nubian
  • July 1998

    July 1998
    Cover: Ethan Fowler – 360 Flip Photo: MorfInside This Mag: The Tao of skateboarding, an interview with Peter Smolik and sick ams JP Jadeed, Josh Neher, Dave Coyne and Mike Harper Also In This Issue: Skating in San Pedro, CAMusic Articles: AFI, Mach 5 Overdrive and the Suicide Machines
  • The Mind Behind "Sk4terdie": An Interview with Matt Taylor

    The Mind Behind "Sk4terdie": An Interview with Matt Taylor
    Matt Taylor’s videos are packed with skits, sound effects, lightning-quick transitions and precise comedic timing. After watching the newest Skaterdie, we got him on the line to talk joke skating, influencers and how everything got to be too cool.
  • The "SK4TERDIE" Video

    The "SK4TERDIE" Video
    Pros, props and packed with personality, Matt Taylor’s newest installment of the Skaterdie series serves up some chuckles for all you comedy fans out there. It ain’t all circus tricks, though—Herbert Brown, Shane Powell and Dee Ostrander bring the hits.
  • Chandler Burton's "Castle Freak" THERE Part

    Chandler Burton's "Castle Freak" THERE Part
    Chandler’s provided glimpses over the years, but a full-bodied part loaded with hectic roof rides, dolphin flips and gothic costumes brings him to the next level.
  • Chandler Burton on Makeup, Monster and Making a Living

    Chandler Burton on Makeup, Monster and Making a Living
    After dropping his first pro part with THERE, Chandler hops in the hot seat to talk drag inspiration, early sobriety, imposter syndrome and the reality of living off skating in LA—as seen in our March ‘23 mag.
  • Chandler Burton's "Castle Freak" Premiere Photos

    Chandler Burton's "Castle Freak" Premiere Photos
    A tight crew of friends and fans smashed into Burger She Wrote in LA to get a first glimpse of Big Nakie’s new pro part for THERE. Hammers and hamburgers, what could be better?!
  • In The Mag
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    Emile Laurent finds a new line under the Burnside Bridge and lands himself on the cover, while features with Ishod, Tom Penny, and the Thrasher Vacation crew make this issue a must-have.