FUCK YOU ALL art show featuring GLEN E. FRIEDMAN and SHEPARD FAIREY – Glen E. Friedman, one of skateboarding’s most iconic photographers is linking up with mega street artist Shepard Fairey in San Francisco for an art show featuring original works and collaborations by the two artists.  Cruise out to 941 Geary Gallery for a night of amazing art and photography.

LACED – Two time X-Games Gold Medalist Jake Brown will be spinning all night at Sharkeez at 114 McFadden Place in Newport Beach, CA on Monday, Nov. 15th. Jake and the Laced posse will be in effect from 9pm-1:30am and there will be giveaways from Laced and others. $4 Bacardi Torched Cherry cocktails all night plus other drink specials. Hope to see you there! For reservations call 949-413-0238

CHILLIN & GRILLIN – Take some time to cruise down to LAs newest skate plaza, Stoner Park at 2 PM today for some Chillin’ and Grillin.  Mob out to California Skateparks newest neighborhood disturbance and show your support.  Get some free grub too!

TEAM PAIN SKATEPARKS – This year is expected to be yet another exciting year for Team Pain Skate Parks. They’re scheduled to produce some of their biggest and baddest work to date. If you want to be kept in THE KNOW… Go ahead and subscribe at their website so they can keep you posted with current news on our projects for the coming year.

OLSON = SUPERSTAR – We’ve known that Steve Olson is a superstar for a long time, but it looks like the cat is finally out of the bag, so to speak. Steve Olson has been on location filming a feature film with director Mark Maggiori. Olson’s starring role is yet another extension of his endless creativity. Word has it that he’s made the director and producer cry twice already in the first month of filming. Olson plays the part of Larry – a small town, hard living family man who can’t let go of his dreams of being a demolition derby champion… The plot is twisted and completely entertaining. Stay tuned for more about ‘Johnny Christ’ and Steve Olson. For more about Mark Maggiori check out

POOL KING / ALVA – Pool King Skateboards and Power Station Project, which is a collaboration with Tony Alva, are producing the ‘Lost Models’ of authentic Alva decks 8.5 and 9.25 respectively and 2 wheel sizes. The first of 2 new decks produced form the original Master Templates discovered in Orange County, CA. This deck was produced as a batch of 100 in 1978 and as the boards and sizes changed rapidly, it was never produced as the sizes grew to the wide models and beyond. Chuck Hults painstakingly hand shaped these decks exactly how they were originally done! The first 50 are handsigned by Tony and available on a super limited basis!

SKATE FAST RIDE FASTER – Nov. 12-14, 2010 – KONA Skatepark – Jax, FL. Taking the North Florida motorcycle, skateboarding and car show scene to the next level. Skateboarding, motorcycles, hot rods, prize raffles, drinks, live music, gorgeous girls and an overall great time. (11/12-11/13) Stone Edge Skatepark – 1848 S. Ridgewood Ave. South Daytona Beach, FL 32119
(11/13-11/14) KONA Skatepark – 8739 Kona Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32211. For more, check out

TEAM PAIN NEWS – The Team Pain crew is working on the new Lafayette (Colorado) skate park. This park is unique in that the city allocated additional funds in order for Team Pain to use materials such as granite, colored concrete, large sandstone boulders; you name it, it’s in there! This park will be insane!! The 19,000 sf concrete park will boast 3 multi level bowls that include a large advanced bowl and a beginner bowl, a snake run ditch, and a massive street plaza/obstacle course to surely bring in folks from all over.

SHAUN WHITE SKATEBOARDING GAME – Shaun White Skateboarding is a new sk8 video game that puts an innovative twist on the action-sports genre. SWS brings all the sensations of skateboarding to a wide audience allowing players to transform a dull, lifeless city into their own extraordinary skateboarding utopia. As players skate, they add color, life and brilliance to the city by extending handrails into endless grinds, carving alleys into half pipes, morphing streets into ramps and much more.

SUPERbrand Apparel announced today the addition of Chocolate Skateboards Pro, Chris Roberts to the team. The Malibu native joins Am John Motta as the second member of the skateboarding team for SUPERbrand Apparel, which launched its first Collection in June. Known for his unique blend of seemingly effortless and technical skating, Roberts’ laid back style makes him a great fit for SUPERbrand Apparel. Among other highlights, his video part in Chocolate Skateboard’s ‘Hot Chocolate Tour’ are true testaments to Roberts’ influence on modern skateboarding. Look for the Brand to support Roberts with regular web-updates as he films for the upcoming Chocolate video. Fall 2011 will bring further exclusive content and the debut of Roberts’ signature apparel pack. Check out now

GRIND FOR LIFE ANNUAL BENEFIT AND AWARDS CEREMONY – November 6 to be held at JUPITER SKATEPARK – 1501 W. Frederick Small Road, Jupiter, FL 33458 (561)630-5684.

THE STIMULATORS – The long awaited re-issue of this classic NYC punk cassette is available now on CD and vinyl! This record is a must for any self-respecting punk’s collection. After all, are there any three words that sum up the punk sound better than ‘Loud Fast Rules!’? In 1977, after hearing The Damned, Motorhead and The Clash, guitarist Denise Mercedes returned from London and decided to start her own band. She recruited LES poet Patrick Mack on guitar and vocals, artist and fashionista Nick Marden on bass and, after trying out the likes of Jerry Nolan (Heartbreakers, NY Dolls) and Johnny Blitz (Dead Boys) on drums, settled on a then 11 year-old Harley Flanagan (Cro-Mags, Harley’s War). Soon the Stims gained a rabid fan club of the youngest rock n rollers in the city and became regulars at legendary clubs like Max’s Kansas City, CBGB’s and Danceteria, sharing bills with bands like Richard Hell and The Voidoids, Bad Brains, Suicide, B-52s and The Cramps.

MAD SIN – Long running German Psychobilly legends MAD SIN have announced a run of United States tour dates reaching into November. This tour is in support of their recent album ‘Burn And Rise’ on PEOPLE LIKE YOU Records. For the first half of the tour they’ll be joined by Bay Area space rockers the PHENOMENAUTS and on the second half will be meet up with the DREADNOUGHTS. The band will also be playing a Halloween show with long time friends TIGER ARMY.

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, the fathers of crossover thrash, will embark on a long-anticipated U.S. tour that will roll through late November with additional dates to be announced soon, the trek coincides with the No Mercy Fool!/The Suicidal Family offering released September 7 via the band’s own Suicidal Records. No Mercy Fool!/The Suicidal Family features re-recorded tracks from SUICIDAL TENDENCIES second album, Join The Army originally released in 1987, as well as tunes from the second full-length from No Mercy, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES guitarist Mike Clark’s speed metal band (which found ST vocalist Mike Muir on vocals) from 1986. Also included is a new version of the classic ST track, ‘Possessed To Skate.’ A video for the song is also in the works. Get ready for the cyco invasion!

ENDEMIC presents SUNSPOT JONZ – Swing out to the AC Supper Club in Venice, CA for a night of good vibes with the Endemic crew.  With reverberations from Sunspot Jonz and MTHDS it’s going to be a cool spot to be this Friday November 12th.

JUICE MAGAZINE ART SHOW – Nov. 18, 2010 from 6-10pm at Juice Magazine – 319 Ocean Front Walk #1, Venice, CA. It’s Dan’s birthday too! Come on over and check out the State of Skate Wall of current and vintage skateboard graphics and designs. We’ll have the jump ramps set up on the boardwalk again, as well as food and drinks. The Juice Magazine Surf Skate Culture Collection 2 will feature a variety of vintage and modern skateboards, surfboards, artwork, photography and more. Email JUICEMAGAZINE@GMAIL.COM if you are interested in contributing a skateboard or artwork for the show. Hope to see you there.

SKATEBOARDING SIDE EFFECTS – Artists capture the form, shape, line and movements of skateboarding through photography, drawing, painting, film and sculpture at the Terrace Gallery at Artisphere located at 1101 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA. The show runs through Nov 28, 2010.

ART SHOW – Ménage à trois featuring artwork by Susan Melanie Berry, Steve Olson, and Craig Stecyk at New Image Art Gallery – 7908 Santa Monica Blvd. – West Hollywood, CA 90046. The show runs through November 13th, 2010. Literally translating to “household of three” New Image Art’s latest exhibition “Ménage à trois” showcases the works of Steve Olson, Susanne Melanie Berry, and CR Stecyk III; three long-time comrades showing large-scale works, photographs and posters. Via underlying sexual innuendos this new show traverses the phenomenon of how the socio-cultural aspects of sex both influences and is derived from social norms, including the effects of political process and the mass media. Olson’s bold imagery, layered textures, and deconstructed materials lend a playful dynamic between art and language while simultaneously critiquing contemporary society and our relationship with it. These processes are also reflected in CR Stecyk’s showcard ad-style images which he typically installs on random telephone poles and abandoned buildings. Susanne Melanie Berry presents a delicate photo series of women’s under garments as still-life’s. Using a Polaroid Land Camera and pull apart film, she creates one-off photographic documents that reveal the workings of an intimate relationship between the undergarments owner and the viewer as participating voyeur.

TOY ART GALLERY – They have names like Lip Vagina Monster and Jumping Brain. They’re made by international artists, Hollywood filmmakers and millionaire executives with creative itches. They sell for thousands of dollars each, and go on to become worth many times more. And they’re toys. High-end, one-of-a-kind toys are the newest offshoot of the ‘low-brow’ art movement – riffs on underground, street and pop culture – born in 1970s Los Angeles. So it makes sense that Hollywood boasts the world’s first Toy Art Gallery. Prolific toy art collectors include Nike CEO Mark Parker, celebrated artist Mark Nagata, and TAG founder Gino Joukar, who opened the gallery not one year ago to share his passion with the world. Toy art is inspired by everything from old Japanese cartoons to music to politics. They’re a diverse bunch, comprising insiders from companies like Pixar and Upper Playground, to Radiohead cover designer Jermaine Rogers, to Carlos Enriquez Gonzalez, the Venezuelan artist whose customers include Jeff Koons, creator of the most expensive piece by a living artist ever auctioned ($25.7 million).

VIVA LA REVOLUCION ART SHOW featuring the artwork of David Ellis, Shepard Fairey, Barry McGee, Ryan McGinness, Os Gemeos included in Viva la Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape. Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, CA. Show runs through January 2, 2011. More Info

THE ROLLING STONES’ RONNIE WOOD ART SHOW: Spend or Expend. The show runs through Nov 21, 2010 at the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, OH. Ronnie Wood is both a musician and an artist. His work as singer, guitarist and songwriter with The Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart and The Faces are well-known. Lesser-known is his ability as a visual artist. Ronnie Wood has been painting and drawing since age 12, even longer than he has been playing guitar. As an ongoing part of his multi-career, he paints and draws the musicians with whom he plays, documenting his world tours and recording sessions in vibrant action portraits. Ronnie Wood Art. and

REMEMBERING ANDY IRONS – Andy Irons Memorial Paddle Out – Monday, November 8th at 8:00 a.m. in front of the Hyatt Hotel in Huntington Beach. Please join us as we gather to remember the life of Andy Irons in a memorial paddle out in Huntington Beach.  Members of the Irons family will be in attendance and invite you to join. Mahalo. Three-time world surfing champion Andy Irons died Tuesday. November 2nd, 2010 from Dengue Fever. Irons contracted the illness in Portugal in October and missed his Round 1 and 2 heats at the Rip Curl Search Puerto Rico stop on the ASP Men’s World Tour on Saturday. He was traveling back home to Hawaii when, on an overnight layover in Dallas, was found by staff at the Grand Hyatt Hotel at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. He was 32. Andy Irons will be greatly missed. Photo: Steve Sherman

ART BREWER: A Life in the Surf’ comes to New York – Thursday, November 4, 6pm. SVA Theatre, 333 West 23 Street, New York City. Free and open to the public. Presented by Arts Abroad at SVA – School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents a lecture by Art Brewer, one of the leading surf photographers and innovators in the industry for the past 30 years. Brewer will speak about his his body of work documenting surf culture around the globe and his decades of experience as “the court painter” for the world’s surfing elite. Brewer is known for both his mastery of the numerous technical and physical challenges involved in surf photography and the expressive quality of his images, which some have described as “portals to a vastly improved universe.” The event will be held on Thursday, November 4, 6 – 8pm, at the SVA Theatre, located at 333 West 23 Street, New York City. The lecture is presented by the Arts Abroad Program at SVA in conjunction with a new course Art Brewer is teaching on Action Surf Photography in Rincon, Puerto Rico. A largely self-taught photographer who once studied with Ansel Adams, California native Art Brewer began his photo career as a teen shooting local Laguna Beach surfers and freelancing for Surfer magazine. He subsequently served as staff photographer, darkroom artist and photo editor for the magazine until the mid-80s. Since then Brewer has been traveling around the world in search of waves and the surfers that chase them. His portfolio spans photojournalism, portraiture and fine art photography in addition to commercial location work. Brewer’s photographs have been exhibited worldwide, including at the Earl McGrath Gallery in New York, the Laguna Art Museum in California, and the São Paulo Mostra Internacional de Arte e Cultura Surf in Brazil. His images have appeared in hundreds of magazines including Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, Esquire and Playboy. His books include Masters of Surf Photography: Art Brewer (The Surfers Journal, 2002) and Bunker Spreckels: Surfing’s Divine Prince of Decadence (1949-1977) (Taschen Books, 2007). Brewer is currently working on a documentary film on the life of Bunker Spreckels, slated to have its premier later in 2010. Brewer’s corporate clients include: Pepsi; Nike; Volkswagen; Kodak; Quicksilver; Dasanti; Yamaha; Propel; Suzuki; Sony/Columbia-Tristar; Continental Airlines; Gatorade; Casio; Mattel Toys and SeaDoo Personal Watercraft.

THE HISTORY OF SURFING – Surfing has captured the American psyche for decades. The sport of kings has inspired films, songs, and enchanted generations of men and women looking for the next big wave. In the new book, The History of Surfing, noted surf historian Matt Warshaw undertakes the formidable task of capturing the narrative and significance of surfing. Matt spent 5 years researching and writing this book, including trips around the world to track down the story of how surfing grew from an outsider hobby to a worldwide sport; how its center shifted from Hawaii to Southern California; and how money changed everything. At 250,000 words, 496 pages, 250 rare photos, and 5 lbs–this book is massive. Matt Warshaw has authored several books on surfing, and was a past editor of SURFER magazine. His work is often cited and he is frequently called upon to provide commentary on surf history and culture. This book is comprehensive and compelling, and will be a must-read for surfers and their admirers. The History of Surfing is available through Chronicle Books at

OXBOW WAVE SLIDERS ASP WORLD LONGBOARD CHAMPIONSHIP – Oct 30-Nov 7, 2010 at Makaha Beach, Oahu, Hawaii. This unique opportunity for longboarders to be under the spotlight will lure participants to several expression sessions true to the maxim of living their passion for the Ocean: SUP (Stand Up Paddle), Alaia (original wooden board) and Surfing sessions will be at the heart of this multi-faceted event.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY RABBIT! – Don’t forget to say Happy Birthday to the legend Rabbit Kekai on November 11, 2010. After 89 years of loving life Rabbit hits the big 9-0 today.  He’s a true waterman with a strong heart and kind soul. Happy Birthday Rabbit

THIRD ANNUAL HOLIDAY SURFBOARD AUCTION – An amazing selection of surfboards will be auctioned off at The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel during the Third Annual Holiday Surfboard Auction to benefit Surfers Healing, a surf camp which introduces children with autism and their families to the therapeutic properties of surfing.The auction includes surfboards from such legends as Andy Irons, Dustin Baraca, Shane Beschan, Garrett McNamara, and Clay Marzo, as well as celebrities Pierce Brosnan and Sarah McLaughlin. All items will be on display from Sunday, November 21 through December 31, 2010 with the bidding closing at noon on December 31, 2010. and

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