Make a Lil’ Money, Leave a Lil’ on the Dresser

September 22nd, 2014 | 5:00 am | Daily News | 5 Comments

The Quartersnacks webstore is now open with fall gear. Support your local skate site. Also Available from Supreme New York & LA, Labor, Seasons, Exit, Black Sheep and NJ Skateshop. Available from Commissary and Humidity later this week. Available from Lost Art later this week for Euro web orders. Available from Argument Skateshop for Japanese web orders. More shops soon.

Kevin is the best.

Slicky Boy featuring Black Dave – “Within the L.E.S.” He loves where he’s from. “If it was ’97, Slicky Boy would probably have records on the indie wall at Fat Beats.”

An *official*, Theories-sanctioned upload of one of 2014’s best parts: Aaron Herrington is Static IV. Buy the video on DVD if you have yet to do so here.

Ride Channel’s best series is back: Skate London with Nick Jensen.

Speaking of London, Southbank has been saved. The space is being preserved for use of skateboarders and “urban arts.” Between this and legalization at the Santa Monica Courthouse, 2014 saw big steps towards rational solutions for keeping skateboarders in the public spaces they spend more time in than any other occupants. Attn cities: The “Skateboarders = skateparks” way of thinking isn’t cutting it anymore.

Cons’ Lockwood bench in Williamsburg is bound to be the most #trending spot on the fall i.e. you’ve already seen it 500x too many on the ‘Gram.

There’s a new, ten-minute video from the Beerics crew. (Spam was their last one.)

It might be the worst basketball court in the world, but it looks like a fun skate spot.

Don’t you see the ‘No Skateboarding’ sign?”

The Top Five Crailtap Top Fives. Also, What did Chief Keef ever do to the SMLTalk staff? He wrote the most important song of our time, guys.

Between all the now-indistinguishable tail-flip combos to go down on the 111th and 7th ledge, a hurricane grind was a nice change of pace for the spot.

If the Endless Bummer video left you needing another PWBC dose, they dropped this bro cam clip last week.

The HUF team needs a bit more ethnic diversity for their recent #musicsupervision choices to be taken seriously by all those living the multicultural skate life.

Norway seems like a good time.

Condolences to all poverty-line skateboarders. PBR is getting sold to the Russians.

Quote of the Week: “I hope all of us get laid tonight, deadass.” — The Homie Patrick A.K.A. Sketch Sketch

Don’t tell ’em.