Vans Park Series showcased the driving force behind skateboarding: support, community, equality and pure fun.
We spoke to filmmaker Crystal Moselle about her skater-girl movie.
After a seven year break, Liz Powell returns with the meditative Life After Youth.
A feature report from the Dime Glory Challenge at the Taz skatepark in Montreal.
The 10th anniversary edition of ShazamFest is on this weekend, presenting music, sports, food, vaudeville and carnival entertainment with a small carbon footprint.
We spoke to David “Boots” Bouthillier about how all the work that he and the people at SAT have done to legalize skateboarding in Peace Park is finally paying off.
* A guided tour of the MAC’s Biennale exhibit by curator Mark Lanctôt
* Beaux Dégâts art battle/party at Foufs
* The Cinémathèque Québécoise screens a restored print of Don’t Look Now (1973)
* Peace Park skateboarding legalization party & video launch at TRH-Bar
Peace Park, one of Montreal’s most recognizable skate spots, turned 19 this weekend. To celebrate, a bunch of dudes skated and drank beer.
Dime, a local skate crew, just released an inspired re-edit of years’ worth of DGK pro Wade Desarmo’s footage.
GALLERY: The Big O was reborn this weekend and Vans opened a new store downtown. Here’s what the weekend in skate culture looked like.