Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Blog Leave, really

I'm really taking a 2-week hiatus this time. Really.

The Cove in Santa Monica June 17

The Cove skatepark opens in Santa Monica Friday. The real Z-Boys are expected to be there.
The park looks quite lovely, a tree planted right in the middle.
For more info about the park designer and other events, visit Juice magazine

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Blog leave

I reiterate my two week blog leave to work on a couple of book projects.
John Frusciante rules!
Thanks mate for The Bicycle Thief tunes. Love em.
I highly recommend Drew Danburry's new CD
"the way all the trees sway was way too clever to be a mistake."
Thank heavens for music.
Nobody reads the New York Times.
newspapers will be dead and gone in 10 years.
get a skateboard!
peace. out.

Monday, June 13, 2005

Blog leave

I'm taking a blogging leave of absence to focus on two book projects. So unless something really compelling comes up, or the need to vent, I'm not going to post starting today for the next two weeks.
See you soon!

Friday, June 03, 2005

Go Skateboarding Day June 21

Go Skateboarding Day is around the corner. Check out
Skateboarders will stream through the streets in Philly to draw attention to LOVE park, closed skateboarders.

Skateboard Park cards

This is such a cool site: Skaters from all over fax in their membership cards and they're posted on the site.

Thursday, June 02, 2005

John Frusciante at Silverlake

John will perform to benefit Flea's Silverlake Conservatory of Music next Wednesday, along with Flea, of course, Tracy Chapman (who's in the studio), jazz musician Charlie Haden and Grant-Lee Phillips (the guy behind Grant Lee Buffalo). For a fundraiser, tickets are fairly reasonable, $200 for one, $350 for two.
The first annual Hullabaloo will raise money to help students music lessons. Thanks to my British mate for that bit of news.
In other John news, he was nominated for a LA Weekly Music award.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Lords of Dogtown

Next week, June 3, The Lords of Dogtown opens. Can't. Wait.
Here's to get you up to speed:
Village Voice
Don't forget to rent the Dogtown & Z-Boys documentary first! if you can.