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Teen on skateboard hit by alleged drunken driver – News 12 Long Island

Saturday, October 28, 2017

News 12 Long Island’s Elisa DiStefano and Andrea Correale, from Elegant Affairs Caterers, give you ideas for delicious dishes filled with pumpkin.

Streetwise: Streets of Fire, Oshkosh’s long-running skateboard shop, closes Saturday – The Oshkosh Northwestern

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Buy Photo Streets of Fire, a long-running skateboard shop, is going out of business after 16 years in downtown Oshkosh.(Photo: Nate Beck/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)Buy Photo OSHKOSH - James Baker was 8 years old when he got his first skateboard on a trip to California in 1973.  He couldn’t have known then that this skateboard would lead him to devote 16 years to supporting the sport in downtown Oshkosh. But then, he was…

Pink’s Husband Posted A Video Of Their Son That’s Causing Serious Drama – Women’s Health

Saturday, October 28, 2017

(Find more inner calm and build strength in just minutes a day with WH’s With Yoga DVD!) In the video, Jameson is perched on a skateboard as his daddy (who, BTW, is a professional motocross motorcyclist) gives the board the teeniest push. Baby Jameson looks super unimpressed as his board creeps forward at a speed slower than most turtles walk. It’s beyond cute, and, of course, people freaked the eff…

Streetwise: Streets of Fire, Oshkosh’s long-running skateboard shop, closes Saturday – The Oshkosh Northwestern

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Buy Photo Streets of Fire, a long-running skateboard shop, is going out of business after 16 years in downtown Oshkosh.(Photo: Nate Beck/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)Buy Photo OSHKOSH - James Baker was 8 years old when he got his first skateboard on a trip to California in 1973.  He couldn’t have known then that this skateboard would lead him to devote 16 years to supporting the sport in downtown Oshkosh. But then, he was…

Streetwise: Streets of Fire, Oshkosh’s long-running skateboard shop, closes Saturday – The Oshkosh Northwestern

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Buy Photo Streets of Fire, a long-running skateboard shop, is going out of business after 16 years in downtown Oshkosh.(Photo: Nate Beck/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)Buy Photo OSHKOSH - James Baker was 8 years old when he got his first skateboard on a trip to California in 1973.  He couldn’t have known then that this skateboard would lead him to devote 16 years to supporting the sport in downtown Oshkosh. But then, he was…

Streetwise: Streets of Fire, Oshkosh’s long-running skateboard shop, closes Saturday – The Oshkosh Northwestern

Friday, October 27, 2017

Buy Photo Streets of Fire, a long-running skateboard shop, is going out of business after 16 years in downtown Oshkosh.(Photo: Nate Beck/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)Buy Photo OSHKOSH - James Baker was 8 years old when he got his first skateboard on a trip to California in 1973.  He couldn’t have known then that this skateboard would lead him to devote 16 years to supporting the sport in downtown Oshkosh. But then, he was…

PC backs off skateboard ban, reconsiders skate park – The News Herald

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Panama City officials now say Carl Gray Park might be the right spot for a city skate park. KATIE LANDECK News Herald Reporter @PCNHKatieL PANAMA CITY — Those in favor of skateboarding won the day at Tuesday’s Panama City Commission meeting, at least for now. Before the hearing on the city’s traffic ordinance was even opened to the public, Mayor Greg Brudnicki asked that the language…

Falmouth student hits stride with skateboard design – The Forecaster – The Forecaster

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

FALMOUTH — Sophie Herdrich is just beginning to find her voice as an artist, which is why she was so thrilled to take on the challenge of creating an original skateboard design. Herdrich is a junior at Falmouth High…

Falmouth student hits stride with skateboard design – The Forecaster

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

FALMOUTH — Sophie Herdrich is just beginning to find her voice as an artist, which is why she was so thrilled to take on the challenge of creating an original skateboard design. Herdrich is a junior at Falmouth High…

NC teen riding skateboard dies after he’s hit by vehicle – WNCN

Sunday, October 22, 2017

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WFMY) – Police say a young man who was hit by a car near Western Guilford High School on Friday has died. Police say 18-year-old Tyrone Keshawn Bennett did not yield to traffic when he rode his skateboard out of the driveway of Grand Summit Apartments on Friendway Road, and was hit by a car. Bennett was taken to Moses Cone Hospital with serious injuries where he died…

Skateboard training wheels will help you avoid embarrassing wipeouts – Mashable

Friday, October 20, 2017

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. The SkaterTrainer 2.0 will help you learn how to skate way better than all those hours of Tony Hawk: Pro Skater 2 ever will. These rubber stoppers slip right over your skateboard wheels and stop it from moving. Now when you try out tricks and stunts, your skateboard won’t betray you by rolling…

City to consider more locations for skateboard park – Fayetteville Observer

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Monica Vendituoli Staff writer @mvendituoli The Parks and Recreation Bond Projects Committee decided to extend its search for a skateboard park location to include sites not the in the downtown area at its meeting Wednesday night. “We can’t find a place downtown,” Committee Chairwoman Kathy Jensen said. “There’s no reason for us to pay $500,000 for a site.” In late September, the committee members and city…

CARD to talk about skateboard park, pickleball, audit – Chico Enterprise-Record

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Chico >> A bid for renovations to the Humboldt Avenue Skatepark is expected to be picked during the next meeting of the Chico Area Recreation and Park District board. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Chico Community Center, 545 Vallombrosa Ave. CARD has been planning the renovation of the skatepark for more than a year, and has been assisted by a…

Cops: Hofstra University student serious after skateboard accident – Newsday

Monday, October 16, 2017

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