Mega relevant to a certain segment of our readers and anyone who has appeared in a B.S.A. Boys video: the northern zone of McCarren Park adjacent to the bathrooms, known to many as “The Couch,” is slated to be renovated into a restaurant next year.
Marcus Pulvermacher made a fourteen-minute edit from summer 2019 that includes a ton of bro cam clips of Genny and Caleb. Fun vibe to start a 55-degree Monday in February…
Zeb Weisman, Lurker Lou, Greg Huff & The Man Who Films went to 2019’s hottest skate getaway…in 2020! They came back with this edit that includes footage on civilization’s first hip. Is Tbilisi set to become 2020’s #trending skate trip destination, or is that too early to call?
“East coast future-horror merchants Terror of Planet X are not the first ones one might look to for soul soothement…” Honestly, every random upload on the Thrasher site should be so lucky as to have a write-up as loving and ridiculous as Boil the Ocean going #long on the new Terror of Planet X video. If running QS has taught anything, it’s that *sentences* about why *something* is *special* in the midst of constant content onslaught are particularly helpful in giving that thing an extra push ♥
James Sayres has a full part at the start of “Company,” Michael Chew’s new video, entirely filmed in New York.
Could do without the faux film scratch effect, but there is a lot of rad skating in this new video from Thumbs NYC.
Bust Crew posted up an edit from Pulaski that looks like it was from the days they were filming for Mother.
…like what reason would there be to post five-year-old footy from the old House of Vans? Ok fine, the cab flip at end, you win. Sheeeeesh.
In our continued coverage of post-Brexit, English-speaking E.U. member skate scenes, we bring you this quick winter edit from Cork, a small city in the Republic of Ireland that somehow houses a decent QS following. QS &heart; Cork. Saw a meme about how it’s now the second-largest English-speaking city in the E.U.
QS Sports Desk Play of the Week: Forget who, but someone said “Damian Lillard plays like if James Harden was fun to watch,” and that seems 100% correct.
Quote of the Week: “It didn’t even call us broke.” – Zach Baker re: the Jezebel article
One of the most beautiful and heartwarming songs by one of the most influential artists of the past ten years is an illicit YouTube upload from July 2019 with 19k views — and people still have the nerve to roll their eyes when you answer “YouTube” after asking what you use to stream music.