If you couldn’t make it to last weekend’s Thank & Think premiere in Baltimore, the Threads masterminds are showing the video again Saturday, June 5th in Chattanooga and selling hard copies afterwards. If you’re in the south, don’t miss this one!
Orchard’s Pin Drop series continues with Lee Berman explaining the intricacies of the JFK Fountain and the dangers of filming a beardless Kevin Coakley.
Big week for the Sabotage crew, who (as far as I can tell) are working on two fronts: Brian Panebianco filmed and edited Kevin Bilyeu’s Muni-heavy DGK part, and Ryan Higgins channeled the early SNES days for FILENOTFOUND.AVI, the group’s first full-length since 2017.
A few hours south in DC, Smalls dropped Who Leg, a coda to the Stop Fakin’ series. The video is twenty minutes of the scene beyond Pulaski and features lots of our friends, including Dykes, Teta, George, and a mini Jersey Dave part.
In case you planned on skipping the Nike video, there’s a great UK section with loads of Korahn Gayle footage, Kyle Wilson rifling off tricks on a waist-high slab, Casper Brooker leaping out of smith grinds, and the first Chris Jones sighting in a bit.
Jordan Taylor and Mike Arnold should get together sometime to discuss being on the forefront of the imminent soap shoes revival.