1. Lifeblood Skateboards Lifers Division Welcomes Barker Barrett


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    Pennsylvania's renowned professional skate vet Barker Barrett had jumped on board with Lifeblood Skateboards and its Lifers Division. Have a look at this montage of footage with his command of slappys under the cloak of darkeness, spine destruction at a diy skate spot and a solid dose of "go to" mini ramp moves as well. Barker has been a skateboarder for decades through both the good times and the lean times and he's never given up. Unquestionably, he's a lifer and we're honored to have him join our squad of young guns and veterans alike. Skate Everything!

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    • Slappy Sundays NYC by Simon J. Heath


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      Directed by Simon J. Heath Featuring: Alex Corporan, Gino Iannucci, John Grigley, Nesto Sutton, Ronnie Seward, Barker Barrett, Sam Parks, Joel Meinholz, Pat Hoblin and Matt Bell.

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      • Rip of the Week With Barker Barrett


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        Barker Barrett deck is now available at So Cal Skateshop. http://socalskateshop.com/index.php?l=product_detail&p=31113

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        • Lifeblood's Service For The Sick - Lifers


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          As seen in the Extras sections of Service For The Sick DVD, Lifeblood's crew of veteran skaters mix it up in a collection clips for you with the thought that there's no reason to quit skateboarding due to advanced age. Indeed, skateboarding has proved to several generations that it is the true fountain of youth. Get out there and keep rolling!

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          • Oakley In Residence Los Angeles Opening Night Art Show


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            The Fairfax corridor and Melrose in Los Angeles is where it’s all happening for the skateboarding industry in L.A. Home to Supreme, Diamond Supply Co., Kayo, Buddy & Rick’s Six Stair studio, Powerplant Choppers, The Hundreds, Crooks & Castles, Hall of Fame, Brooklyn Projects and many more, it’s a hub of natural creativity that is fueling today’s skateboarding industry. From April 24 through May 10, 2015, Oakley has taken over a gallery space right in the middle of the madness on Melrose to present, Studio L.A., a pop-up art studio, creative zone and mini-skatepark, in order to celebrate the obsession with skate culture and pay respect to Los Angeles, the birthplace of skateboarding. Oakley In Residence: LA will be providing a hang-out for photographers, artists, filmmakers and skateboarders to contribute art with a focus on Los Angeles in an effort to give back to the local community and inspire other artists to get involved. Free and open to the public daily, 11am-8pm, the Oakley venue will be offering workshops, art shows, exhibitions, demos, skate sessions and film screenings. For the first week of events, Oakley joined up with Girl Skateboards Art Dump to pay tribute to eight of Los Angeles most famous skate spots. Artists and designers showed appreciation for these classic skate spots by creating a skateboard graphic, artwork and a specifically designed flag to honor these diverse locations. Art and design wizard, Andy Jenkins described the collection as a kind of, “United Nations of L.A. skate spots.” Artwork for this ingenious exhibition include Nate Hooper’s tribute to the recently liberated Santa Monica Courthouse, Nick Zegel’s compliment to the legendary Pink Motel Pool, Andy Jenkins memorial to the Wilshire handrail, Andy Mueller’s nod to Hollywood High, Chris Waycott’s acknowledgement of the Santa Monica triple set, Eric Anthony’s accolades to Gardner, Carlos Gutierrez’ recognition of Lockwood and Jeremy Carnahan’s tribute to L.A. High. Here are some clips and photos from the opening night reception along with a few words from Andy Jenkins and Curren Caples and a classic boneless by East Coast skate legend, Barker Barrett. Thanks to Oakley and Girl Skateboards for the hospitality. Stay tuned for the second week of events at “Oakley: In Residence” featuring Atiba Jefferson’s best of 20 years of shooting skate photos in L.A. For more information, visit www.oakley.com/inresidence. OAKLEY IN RESIDENCE OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION – April 23, 2015, at 7763 Melrose St., Los Angeles, CA FILMING AND PHOTOS BY DAN LEVY AND VANS DAVEY

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