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Title: For Fun Zine
Publisher: Claudio "Kacky"
Issue Number: 10 (October 2005)
Page Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Page Count: 24
Printing method: Black and white photocopy.
Email: forfunzineatforfunzine.com (Replace "at" with the @ symbol.)
Web site: For Fun Zine
Hailing from the odd axis of non-evil of Colorado and Brazil, For Fun Zine celebrates its entry into the wonderful world of double digits with issue number 10. And another jam-packed issue it is. Well, it's not packed full of actual jam, just words, photos and graphics. Maybe a PBJ should come with each copy of the next issue.
The table of contents this time out includes articles on the Fossil Creek 2005 contest, Colorado Skate University (regarding the campus being a bust) and young Brazilian skaters, plus an ambitious lil' timeline on the entire history of skateboarding called The Evolution, a "how-to" on spot improvement, a trick tip on the jungle pop, a video review of a local Colorado video called Sons of Longmont, a photo gallery, a profile on Brazilian band the Violentures, and last but not least, an informative little piece on glass blowing.
First but also not least, the cover photo caption claims a rocket air down seven by Adam Yee, but both of your feet need to be on the tail, son! Otherwise, it's just a double-grab.
Get ready to scroll your ass off, hunt for elusive links and click on numerous non-descript or downright cryptic words and images on this unconventional fan site for legendary Blind skater Guy Mariano.
Some highlights on this difficult-to-navigate but fun site include the Firewood section, which features vintage deck collections from the early '90s to the early 2000s; and 37th Chamber, which is a huge collection of video clips of Guy himself, plus Pat Brennen, Kareem Campbell, Brian Lotti, Pepe Martinez, Kennan Milton, Sean Sheffey, Stevie Williams and many more. If you grew up in the '90s, this site's for Bud, I mean you.
Let the Emerica team--Andrew Reynolds, Heath Kirchart, Ed Templeton, Kevin "Spanky" Long, Bryan Herman, Leo Romero, Austin Stephens, Chris Senn and Braydon Szafranski--tear you a new eyeball during a demo on Saturday, July 29 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Active Ride Shop in the Village at Orange, 1500 East Village Way, Orange, California 92865, phone (714) 221-1094. Bring your Sharpies. Who knows, if you're lucky, you might even get an autograph from Active Erica!
Check out an exhibit of fine photography called Somewhere Between Sincerity and Sarcasm by Emerica pro Ed Templeton, plus friends Brad Staba, noted filmer Fred Mortagne and William Gallindo on July 22 at 7:00 p.m. at New Image Art, 7908 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, California 90046, phone (323) 654-2192. If you can't make the opening, the show will be on display through August 12, 2006.
Back to the Banks is a grassroots skate contest held at the internationally famous Brooklyn Banks in New York City. Now in its second year, this annual event encourages skaters everywhere to work with their local city governments to preserve established "natural" skate spots in public spaces.
Date: Saturday, August 19, 2006 at 1:00 p.m.
Location: Under the Brooklyn Bridge in Manhattan, New York.
Format: One jam and three best trick sections on the banks, the blocks and the stairs / rail.
Booty: Thousands of dollars in cash and prizes.
Sponsors: 5boro, Emerica, Spitfire, Volcom, Skateboarder, Red Bull
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