Monthly Archives: August 2013

Beautiful Unity

In 2006, during the Israel/Lebanon war, Nathan Grey made a documentary called “Sour” that was intended to portray the skate scene in Israel and Jordan. Nathan Grey is a skateboarder and like most skateboarders, he is fascinated by the unity … Continue reading

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Redefined purpose

Craig Stecyk, the very first prominent writer of skateboarding said this, ‚ÄúSkaters by their very nature are urban guerillas: they make everyday use of the useless artifacts of the technological burden, and employ the handiwork of the government/corporate structure in … Continue reading

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Careless Faith

Fear and faith tend to be polar opposites, fear restrains and holds back, but faith motivates, moves forward, and conquers fear. Before a skateboarder can grind down a huge handrail, he or she must conquer the fear of it by … Continue reading

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