Public Skate

Meet the Skatebomb Girls, the all-female roller skating team

The Skatebomb Girls on a weekend rollout Everyone is familiar with the follies of midlife, and they keep coming. After roller skating took its turn on TikTok, thousands of Filipinos began to embrace the hobby as well. The Skatebomb Girls, one of Metro Manila’s premier roller skating teams, is a …

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Winners of the Shine Mural Festival + Hispanic Heritage Art Competition

Happy Sunday Tampa! Let all of you know what’s going on locally to start today on an informed note. Are you a local business owner or trader in Tampa? Our premium local sponsorships keep you on top of inboxes in town every morning. Contact us here for the truth. First …

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London’s West End transformed into an ephemeral skate park

One of London’s busiest streets has traded cars for skates. A section of the Strand has been closed to traffic and turned into a temporary skatepark where Londoners can enjoy free shows and lessons, with the aim of greening the streets of the capital. The park, a collaboration between Westminster …

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Gilles and Poirier start their Olympic programs

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Ice dancers Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier wearing the Canadian flag for the 2021-22 national team. Like many other skaters, Canadian ice dancers Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier have been hit hard by the COVID-19 restrictions. Team Ontario was only able to …

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Skateboarders join rallyists against Thai PM

This photo taken on September 7, 2021 shows skateboarders gathering during an anti-government protest calling for the resignation of Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha outside the Democracy Monument in Bangkok. AFP PHOTO PATAYA: Thai kickflip skateboarders are returning the bird to authorities, joining pro-democracy rallies in Bangkok to express their …

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Skatebird Review – IGN

Tony Hawk’s one-part pro Skater and one-part Micro Machines, Skatebird is a bit like a Photoshop Friday pun parody brought to life; they’re extremely small birds that straddle tech bridges over small-scale stunt ramps scattered around a messy bedroom, as well as various places around an office. Underneath the joke …

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Pigeon’s Roller Rink will appear at 2nd & PCH on Saturday September 18th

2ND & PCH is pleased to announce the Pigeon’s Roller Rink, a pop-up experience, which will open on Saturday September 18th. The roller skating venue will provide eight-wheel excitement for all ages with a variety of open skating sessions, lessons and private parties. Like most action sports, the popularity of …

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BBQ donations go directly to helping the youth of Steinbach

It was a cooler day in downtown Steinbach. And without the heat, rain, or smoke, some might even have called it a perfect lunch hour, as many came to another Taste of Summer charity barbecue in front of the Steinbach Credit Union. All photos courtesy of Youth for Christ Steinbach …

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Free things to do in Denver this week, August 23-29

Click to enlarge It’s the last full week of August, snow has fallen in the mountains and a few trees are already glowing gold. But there’s still plenty of summer to enjoy, including a dog hour and a real reason to party at La Raza Park. Read on for some …

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Delayed demolition; ACC extends the lease

A neighborhood skate shop was spared the wrecking ball. After a public campaign to save their building from demolition, No-Comly Skate Shop announced Friday that they have reached a deal with their owner, Austin Community College, to stay in their longtime home at 812 W. 12th St. – “until we …

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