Da Fam On Da Gram

May 11th, 2015 | 2:03 pm | Daily News | 7 Comments


Photo via Brian Kelley

If you need some motivation to help you power through the week, Khaled has a new Breakfast Club interview. He’s been meditating, swimming, and is considering flying.

This was awesome: Jim Hodgson uploaded a “lost” German Nieves part from 1997. Great watch, especially considering there aren’t a ton of all New York-based full parts from back then. R.I.P. Hoboken Ledges favorite skater’s part from Life is Goodie is now online. Buy a DVD copy of the video here.

The two guys who skated from Boston to New York are skating somewhere far again.

It’s gotta be amazing to live in a place that closes down a legendary skate spot (that’s utilized by absolutely no one else), promises to build a skatepark in exchange, and somehow doesn’t completely fuck it up. That place has something like ~20% unemployment for people under 25 and also feels like a Groundhog’s Day-esque vortex after a while, but hey man, you can sk8.

Greg Hunt broke down how terrible the process of clearing music rights for skate videos is. Yo but you don’t gotta clear that shit for the Gram tho.

Brian Anderson and Mark Gonzales made a downtown to midtown bro cam clip.

Zoo is reissuing Matt Reason’s Keys deck. All the proceeds go to Matt’s family.

Boom game next level down in Virginia.

Another YouTube compilation from a classic skate spot! Real life.

Phil Rodriguez in slow motion at the Forrest Hills park.

Is pontificating on Koston skateboarding’s version of pontificating on Kobe?

A bunch of the Bronze dudes + Rich Homie Quan + San Francisco.

Confused because a) why is Vogue covering skate products? and b) how dare they snub Alex Olson from Bianca Chandon?

Shorty’s made it outside, past the walls.

$82,000 Snacks.

QS Sports Desk Play of the Week: Courtside angle of Rose’s Game 3 winner. Glad to see the dude doing what he was doing when he was the youngest MVP in league history. Rooting for him, but that series is probably going to seven games…

Quote of the Week: “In all honesty, Daniel Lutheran had my favorite part.” — Pryce Holmes

Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan aren’t making music together anymore but he’s making music with Jamie xx? These rappers, man :(


Comment by Moeller
  • Ayeee good look on the Richmond vine

    May 11, 2015 @ 2:17 pm
  • Comment by bruce
  • nice to see Winnipeg adding something to the skateboard world besides green apple videos, even if it is a borderline psycho trying to kill children in a park.

    May 11, 2015 @ 2:23 pm
  • Comment by Chris
  • The unemployment rate in Spain (March 2015) for people under 25 is 50% and 23% for the entire pop. http://www.datosmacro.com/paro/espana

    May 12, 2015 @ 2:42 am
  • Comment by Baptiste
  • Koston was the last guy to jump on the Diesel jeans bandwagon of 2001.

    May 12, 2015 @ 11:01 pm
  • Comment by Wylie Tueting
  • “Pontificating on Koston” is totally equal to doing it about Kobe – though Koston needs it more than Kobe, surely. After all, Kobe’s more self-aware, whereas Koston still needs to be awakened to his unforgettable ambition: his Yeah Right! part.
    I just hope what I said is a start.

    May 12, 2015 @ 11:13 pm
  • Comment by the mansion-having sauna soaker
  • i’d rather watch german set up than _____

    May 13, 2015 @ 10:48 am
  • Comment by sweaty baldhead
  • who got that propellor link???

    May 13, 2015 @ 10:30 pm
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