Juice Talks 003 took place on April 13, 2023 at the monthly Juice Film Night at The Waterfront with host Juice Dan Levy and special guest Eric “Tuma” Britton and music and art by Artonika.
Carrying on the tradition of talk story, Juice Talks features special guests talking about lifetimes of surfing, skateboarding, music and art at a live show each month in Venice Beach, California at The Waterfront, located at 205 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA 90291.
Tuma talked about growing up in Venice Beach, getting his first skateboard, skating the Venice Pavilion, the influence of Venice on the world, being a pro skater, teaching kids to skate, being a mentor to Olympic skateboarders, hosting Juice New Live, having a son that skates, working on a new project about Venice, and dreaming of a skate camp for all the groms.
At 6pm, Juice Dan Levy, Juice Magazine Managing Editor and Creative Director, gave the first 30 guests a special gift of a limited edition print featuring Jesse Martinez autographed by Juice Dan Levy at our Juice Punk Rock Skate Poster, Prints and Zine shop, where you were also able to find rare collectible back issues of Juice Magazine.
At 7pm, Artronika kicked off the night with live painting by Norton Wisdom, creating ephemeral watercolor paintings on a fiberglass canvas, as Ireesh Lal played an eclectic set of world music while improvising on trumpet and synths. Norton Wisdom and Ireesh Lal perform with various bands, and tour the USA as well as maintaining a residency in Los Angeles.
At 8pm, Juice Magazine screened a rough of cut of the upcoming Juice Movie titled Juice Chronicles Vol 1 featuring highlights from the first 30 years of Juice Magazine starring: Suicidal Tendencies, Eric “Tuma” Britton, Leandre Sanders, Desmond Shepard, Aaron “Fingers” Murray, Christian Hosoi, Steve Caballero, Asher Bradshaw, Stuntman Jake, Blake Johnson, Bennett Harada, Seven Adams, Jesse Martinez, Shane Borland, Eddie Reategui, Haden McKenna, Mary Prideaux, Tales From The Pit, Tonan Ruiz, Tim Jackson, Jay Adams, Tony Alva, Kareem Campbell, Dan Levy, Pat Ngoho, Patty McGee, Steve Rocco, Rodney Mullen, Sky Brown, Jeff Ho, Larry Bertlemann, Darren Ho, Venice Skatepark Opening Day, Josh Borden, OTTTO, Jeff Grosso, Omar Hassan, Shepard Fairey, Steve Pineiro, Alex Perelson, Tom Schaar, Josh Rodriguez, Clay Kreiner, Daniel Cuervo, Matthew Wilcox, Chris Russell, Kiko Francisco, Cory Juneau, Lester Kasai, Indigo Smith, Andy Anderson, Herbie Fletcher, Dibi Fletcher, Greyson Fletcher, Axis, Steve Olson, Lullah Trujillo, Chloe Trujillo, Robert Trujillo, VCJ, Ozzie Juarez, Roger Gastman, Shannon Smith, and Eric Dressen.
ABOUT JUICE MAGAZINE: Since 1993, Juice Magazine has been dedicated to the core of skateboarding, surfing and punk rock with a focus on in-depth interviews by the icons of skate, surf and punk rock culture. The Juice Magazine crew includes a line-up of surf and skate legends, and the honest approach of their stories and photos make Juice Magazine more than just a magazine. Juice Magazine is committed to giving credit to the true pioneers and innovators of skateboarding, surfing and music and keeping it punk. For more information, please visit juicemagazine.com.
ABOUT THE WATERFRONT: The Waterfront sits at the base of where the Pacific Ocean Park Pier (POP) once existed, a place of legend where a young group of surf skaters launched the Dogtown & Z-Boys aesthetic. The Waterfront features beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean, from the world-famous Venice Beach Boardwalk, and offers California cuisine with carefully selected seasonal local produce and curated beverage menus. For more information, please visit https://www.thewaterfrontvenice.com