Stu Miller Interview

Interview by Jawn Doe
Photos by Ryan Kochel

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What you been up to today?
I just got done skating Stone Cliffe the Reading skatepark.

What’s Reading PA like?
Its a pretty sick city! Its kinda small and theres a lot of hood parts in the city but overall its not too bad.

Are there a lot of homeless and shit?
Yea theres some homeless people but definitely not as many as Philly or New York.

What’s there to do there besides skate?
Well theres a lot of good food in the Reading area! Theres the Reading Philles baseball team. Two Malls. The Schuylkill River. Theres a lot goin on here haha!
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Interview w/ Travis Knapp-Prasek

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By Noah McManus

So where are you from and what’s it all about out there?

Born in Jersey, raised in Raleigh/Durham North Carolina.
North Carolina’s cool. Jersey is tight too, just didn’t spend much time there growing up.

Any good spots?

Yea, NC state university is a prime area. I’ve been trespassed from there for years so each time I’d go there it was always look out for the cops cause they want to throw you in the slammer for skateboarding. There are some really good parks/backyard ramps. Continue reading

Jesse Clayton Interview

Photos by CJ Harker. Interview by Jawn Blaze

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How did you get stated working with concrete?
Originally I was working for my uncle right out of high school I got a full time job with him just being a laborer. I was working on a crew that of concrete masons and I was basically like the laborer cleaning tools and shit. Just basically doing the grunt work, that was my first experience with it.
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Backstreet Atlas

THE TIME WE SKATED REAL FAR FOR NO GOOD REASON

Words by Zach Baker

Photos by Zach Baker and Adam Abada

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I lived in Boston for five years.  Sometime in 2009 I was most likely skating home from work and was staring off and thinking about skating or about how New York is cool or something and then I thought of something stupid, which happens a lot, so I called Abada to see if it was still stupid.   I told him about this stupid thing and he agreed that it was indeed still very, very stupid but he was down to do it with me. Continue reading