Randy Edwards and Jason Reyna teamed up to do this TSS Dallas comp report for ONE Magazine. Check it out.
Plenty of Texas to go around in this one. Greg King has 4 photos in this issue, 2 ads (Glowicki & Keaton), 1 of JFerg and 1 of Aarin Gates. Andrew has a pic as well from the A-Town in Atlanta a few weekends back. Check out the full issue online for free.
A short interview I did with Wheel Scene about “Waterloo”. This interview and the photos are in Issue #9 of Wheel Scene print. Thanks to Wheel Scene for the opportunity and Greg King for always holding it down behind the camera.
If you’re in Texas I’m sure you’ve seen Glow on the cover of the new Roller Warehouse catalog, but now you can check out the entire catalog online. It also features a Sic Urethane ad featuring Glow (page 17) and a Street Urethane ad featuring BFree (page 14).
Check out this small feature on Andrew from the guys over at Blading.info. Photos by Greg King.
Check out this cover shot of Andrew from the 1st issue of the ONE Magazine digital series. Andrew is the “Feature” in the issue featuring photos by Greg King and words by Frank Stoner. BFree has a “Take 5″ as well. Read the press release about it and be on the look out for it!
On Monday we reveal new horizons for ONE.
Here’s what we said about Digital in the Issue #20 LETTER:
“Those plans entail an all-new outlet for ONE content that’s coming very soon to a digital device near you: ONE digital editions. These digital-only magazines will be available at no charge to the reader, and will be compatible with all devices. They will feature all-new, exclusive content from an even wider cast of characters, locations and events. The truth is we just get too much great material submitted to fit into the magazine (when limited to such a sporadic print schedule) that’s also just too good to throw out into the world wide web without a little extra umph behind it. So if we’ve learned anything in 2012 it’s that we want to put a whole lot more high quality blade content out into the world, and we’re going to give a whole bunch of it away for free. Whadaya think of that?!”
In closing, NO, print is not dead. It’s just got a new friend to spend time with online. – ONE Magazine
I had the chance to spend a few hours with some of the Houston bladers this past Sunday. I was reminded of a few things I forgot about the Houston bladers: Almost everyone doesn’t show up on time(or at all, we can blame the Texans for that), no one can ever decide on a skate spot (food choices are the easy decision), and no one likes the downtown park.
Here are a few photos from the adventure.