We rounded up five sequences of DGK riders Marquise Henry, Boo Johnson, Keelan Dadd, Rodrigo TX, and Derrick Wilson.

Taylor Smith is pro ( ! ) and these next two minutes encompass all that is rad about his skating. Congrats T-Spliff!

When you fail to lock in on a feeble or Smith, you open yourself up to this unsavory outcome. 

What's better than a mind-melting NBD? Having a crew of friends on the scene to share your stoke.

Rockers, rollers and teammates assemble to surprise Taylor Smith with his first professional Foundation board.

The guy has been ripping for years, but he's stepped it up to the next level recently and San Francisco's spots are receiving the punishment. Full part coming Friday...

Yeah, we use the word "raw" a lot. Too bad. Here's Austin attacking some of the roughest, rawest spots out there. It's almost like he seeks them out on purpose.

There was a small premiere for friends and family of DGK's Blood Money last night at the Kayo store on Fairfax in LA. Congrats to Boo and Marquise on their first pro parts.

Check out the trailer for True, the much anticipated video from Plan B skateboards.

The Hastings park got a fresh coat of paint for this weekend's contest.

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Cali Am Jam California Jul 24
Tommy Guerrero Record Release SF, CA Jul 24
DLX 20-Year Anniversary Show San Francisco, CA Aug 02
OFF! Tour USA Aug 06
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Dylan Rieder graces the August cover with a tall order back Smith. Austyn Gillette joins the party inside with a ten-page article documenting his and Dylan's spot-destruction mission to Berlin. Eswic jumps in the van for the best road trip ever; Vans goes nuts to butts in Greece; TJ Rogers and Boo Johnson get the Heads treatment and Torey Pudwill's 20-page interview leaves no doubt that he's gunnin' for SOTY this year. Add this one to your collection.