• Jim Thiebaud in "Reason for Living"

    Jim Thiebaud in "Reason for Living"
    Santa Cruz unlocks the vault on Jim Thiebaud's SMA footage from the 1990 video, "Reason for Living."
  • The Vault: Jim Thiebaud

    The Vault: Jim Thiebaud
    Strangenotes unlocks the vault on Jim Thiebaud's part from the 1989 classic, Speed Freaks.  
  • SOTY PARTY 2012

    SOTY PARTY 2012
    Here's more photos and footage from this year's SOTY party. This was the first venue in years to not give us a permanent ban. Thanks to everyone who showed, the bands, sponsors Monster and HoodieBuddie, and most of all, David Gonzalez.
  • A Message From DLX

    A Message From DLX
    Voting for A.Skate is easy. For Jim, reading is not...
  • Burnout: Tombstoners

    Burnout: Tombstoners
    Vert's not dead, but we got it a tombstone. Burnout enters The Session in the Abyss.
  • Real Premiere Photos/Video

    Real Premiere Photos/Video
    Since Day One premiered last night, leaving many people awe-struck. Check out some of the photos and an edit from the premiere here.
  • December 1992

    December 1992
    Cover: Mike Carroll – Crooked Grind Photo: Kanights Inside This Mag: 50 unknowns tearing it up and the NSA Back to the City 4 contest featuring Agah, Senn, Carroll, Santos, Ricks, Duffy and moreAlso In This Issue: Tricks on the edge of insanity, the PSL Junkfest at Grover Beach and the NSA Airwalk Amateur Finals in HoustonMusic Articles: Pantera, Carcass, M.C. Re and Motorhead
  • February 1992

    February 1992
    Cover: Eric Britton – Nosegrind Photo: Block Inside This Mag: The history of street style and the Long Beach junkyard rumbleAlso In This Issue: Step by step tricks and contest at the Skatepark of HoustonMusic Articles: Meat Puppets, Helmet, Nitzer Ebb and Didjits
  • October 1991

    October 1991
    Cover: Ray Barbee – Frontside Flip Photo: Sleeper Inside This Mag: Raw meat Bill Atkinson, Morgan Tunney, Ricky Higgins, Kien Lieu "Donger," Willy M. Santos, Todd Parker, Erik Nolte and Stacey Gibo and an interview with Cara-Beth Burnside, the only female skater in the pro ranks in 1991 Also In This Issue: The Skatepark Chronicle, how to ollie step by step and the zine zoneMusic Articles: Smashing Pumpkins, Pigface, Silverfish, Birdland and Big Chief
  • January 1987

    January 1987
    Cover: Jim Thiebaud – Frontside Grind Photo: MofoInside This Mag: NSA Pro/Am Series in Chicago, the European Championships in Warrington, England and skating in the rain with Tony Guerrero, Marty Jiminez, Chuck Treece, John Lucero, Mark Gonzales and moreAlso In This Issue: Rad sequences, the artist Squeal, the stats on Ken McGuire and the story of skate nomad Rick AshleyMusic Articles: Anthrax, Rudimentary Peni and more
  • T Funk's "Deep Fried X Baker" Part

    T Funk's "Deep Fried X Baker" Part
    Unhinged in the streets of SF, T-Funk continues his epic run with massive moves from The City's hilltops to an unreal attack at Ocean Beach. Wow...
  • Tyshawn Jones' "Kingdom Come" Part

    Tyshawn Jones' "Kingdom Come" Part
    Tyshawn delivers more heavy hits in NYC for King.
  • Emerica's "Empower" Premiere Photos

    Emerica's "Empower" Premiere Photos
    Emerica premiered it's new EmPower video to a heavy cast of attendees including Leo, Dakota, Braden and the band. Rhino reports on who rolled up.
  • Prestige X Antihero Collab

    Prestige X Antihero Collab
    To celebrate 18 years of serving the Idaho scene, Prestige Skateshop teams up with Antihero on a drop of new gear. 
  • Max Murphy—Pro Debut for StrangeLove Skateboards

    Max Murphy—Pro Debut for StrangeLove Skateboards
    Junk jammin' and car crushin', Max Murphy earns his pro stripes for StrangeLove.
  • Events
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    Funa Nakayama lights up the cover of our January '23 mag with a groundbreaking fs crook at Hollywood High. Issue #510 is packed with heavy hits from Nyjah Huston to Spanky to Pedro Delfino, and even comes with a FREE sticker sheet.