Looking Back, Moving Forward

The Polar boys hit La in this Cons edit.

Hot off the metaphorical presses, rubber boy Ray Barbee is in the hot seat over at the Chrome Ball Incident. If you're on an interview high after that one, check out By the Level's chat with Jordan Sanchez, a one-time Polar contender and a personal favorite of mine.

Ray Barbee and Spike Jonze, what more could you ask for? Lifted from the aforementioned interview.

Ray Barbee and Spike Jonze, what more could you ask for? Lifted from the aforementioned interview.

Paul Young just posted a few minutes of raw footage from "Amber Alert", the Bronze team's recent jaunt in Barcelona. I'll watch and enjoy most anything these dudes put out, but what's up with those colors?

Here's one for all you hardcore nerds: Jenkem, in cooperation with the dorks over on the Slap boards, charted out the relative sizes of some of skateboarding's most notable gaps.

Spitfire just dropped two minutes of San Francisco footage, featuring everyone's favorite hill bomber, Sean Greene, as well as Harry Lintell, James Capps, Austin Kanfoush, and Alex Conn. Hopefully someone has a life insurance policy on Sean Greene, because that dude is nuts.

These 411VM compilations have been hitting the spot on these slow news days. The latest induction to the Tennyson Corporation's records are the Cardona brothers. RIP Mike! If you missed some of the Tennyson Corp.'s previous efforts, check them out here.

Like we needed an excuse to repost this one. Lifted from the Chrome Ball Incident.

Two new Gino Iannucci clips? As if you guys didn't already know that was coming.

In case you missed it, Florida had a busy week. Revisit "9th Street Lurkers Live", Mikey Bueso's newest efforts since he dropped Volunteers in 2015.

Maybe this past week wasn't so slow, after all. I leave you with this legendary iPath promo from 2005, aged like a fine wine. If this one is unfamiliar to you, you're probably on the wrong website.

-Andrew Murrell