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September 15th, 2014

Our friends at the Palomino just released a sick little interview with a- street video creator, Will Rosenstock. The video is available through the Palomino site here. Check out the trailer above and order yourself a copy as well as be sure to check out the interview.

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Unreleased Prize Fighter trailer 2013

September 12th, 2014

Check out this video from Prize Fighter that was played before the NYC premier of Tengu about a year ago. If you weren’t at the premier you have never seen this before. The video features Evan Kinori, Leo Valls, Katsumi Minami, Lurker Lou and Dylan James.

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Important Nothing

September 11th, 2014

Check out the preview for Sciene Skateboards new video which will be released later this year featuring their whole team. It should be a good one.

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Deep Dish

September 10th, 2014

The second DEEP DISH video is now in progress and is scheduled for a winter 2015 release. The video features Street Canoe pal Brett Weinstein, Steffen Watts, Matt Nordness, Ian Wishart, Tyler Warren and many more. The video is by Mark Dunning and Jon Schmoldt.

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Crossing the PERTH Dimension

September 8th, 2014

If you havent already make sure to check out this video from Magenta called ‘Crossing the Perth Dimension’ – A short film about their connection with the skateboard scene of the remote city of Perth, Australia.  Directed by Leo Valls and shot by Josh Roberts.

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Scumco & Sons ~ Welcome Dave Abair

August 29th, 2014

Our friends at Scumco and Sons have just welcomed Dave Abair to the team with this rad little welcome video.

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Sundays Ep. 50 – Mild in the Streets

August 27th, 2014

Street Canoe pal Peter Wiese’s rad little video series called Sundays has reached its 50th episode and it’s just as rad as all of the others. I could try and write something cool about it, but I think Pete says it best…

“Not going to lie, for the 50th episode I envisioned an epic road trip filled with some special guests. Well, life got in the way this summer and skateboarding took a backseat. Instead of a Sundays episode coming out every other week, I was lucky to get one out a month…and I’m fine with that.

This episode wasn’t even supposed to happen. When I talked to my dad while he was in the hospital, he told me, “Go skateboarding on Sunday. Don’t come here (the hospital) and don’t hang out with your family.” He actually told me not to hang out with my family…pretty amazing. Last second calls were made, and somehow the crew decided to go skate some old spots in the south suburbs of Chicago (Homewood).

It always seems like the last second sessions are the best ones. Some shredding went down and before we knew it, we skated for eight hours.

This may not have been a road trip or anything like that, but it was an epic session with some great friends. For those eight hours, life took a backseat and skateboarding was the the only thing that mattered. About a week or so later, my father passed away. It was a three year battle and my dad, even at he weakest, still made sure I was having a good time. That’s just the way he was, he never wanted anyone to make a big deal about him.

Thanks for making me go skateboarding Dad. I miss you already. And yes, I still push goofy footed.”

 

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Drink Muscle Milk

August 22nd, 2014

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Street canoe pal Jared Sherbert brings us all up to speed with what Brendan Carroll has been up to lately. Read about how he got a spot in the new Static video as well as a position on the recently revamped Traffic. Plus, you might just find out the secret formula on how to Ollie higher. Check it all out here.

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Mark Gutterman is now pro for The Killing Floor Skateboard Co.

August 21st, 2014

Check out this video from The Killing Floor introducing Mark Gutterman as their newest pro. His board will be available this Fall.

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Lunchmeat

August 15th, 2014

ROGER INTRO

 

I’m really stoked to bring to Street Canoe this interview with longtime friend Roger Krebs. Roger was always the little kid skating with us older guys, but it’s obvious he’s not so little anymore. Roger kills it and from the looks of it he has no plans of slowing down. Roger is one of Ohio’s favorite skateboarding sons. Enjoy the interview here.

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