This is probably four clips shy of being a capital-P *part*, but our dude and Bunt Jam sharpshooter, Rezza Honarvar, has a new one for Miami’s Andrew Skateshop. Still surreal seeing tricks go down on that CBS ledge in 2023. Loved the fakie ollie, too 💪
Dustin Henry now rides for Frog. If you know anything about Dustin Henry’s extensive sponsor history, you know that it had to happen. Frog dropped a lil’ welcome video, but the real heavy hitter clips are in that Vans video Shari White has on the way…
Spezzatura and squad have a new Milan scene video out: Panorama 2.
Sean Pablo is the latest guest on the Angel & Z podcast. “cherry” is less than a year away from its tenth birthday. Wtf.
Brad Cromer talks frontside flips over a master-reel of his own for Skate Jawn.
Thrasher posted Asics Skateboarding’s inaugural promo by Jacob Harris just before the weekend, and if you’re in the “I’d rather see Gino push”-camp, it’s something of a holiday for you. Also features Monica Torres, Emile Laurent, Akwasí, and even a Kyota sighting in there.
“At the five-minute and six-second mark of the 11-minute and 11-second long video of a flatground game of S.K.A.T.E. between Chris Cole and Mark Suciu that opened Battle at The Berrics 13, someone finally got a letter.” Simple Magic explores the fine line between a good game of S.K.A.T.E. and a great game of S.K.A.T.E.
No skate noises, but somebody made an 11-minute mega mix of Grant Taylor footage.
“Because that’s where you get power, telling your stories.” Village Psychic has a sick piece about Ground Control, an indoor skatepark, film studio, community center, etc. in Pine Ridge Lakota Reservation, the largest Native American reservation in the country.
iPhone Loosies Corner 🚬 — Three minutes of Will Marshall + three minutes from Noah Mahieu + some Jasper Stieve odds ‘n ends + some clips from the ageless Javier Sarmiento. (Confession: Javier’s “Rookies” part is the most rewatched 411 segment in QS office history. Rest in Peace Double K.)
Quote of the Week 🗣
Nick Katz: “We’ll always quote you, like ‘Montreal, right here for one hundred million Canadian dollars!!!'”
Conor Kneeson: “That’s like ten dollars.”