Andy Roy and T-Mo hit up one of the biggest skateparks in the world at Houston, TX, Andy stirs things up at a SPOT contest and then helps build amazing DIY terrain.

Burnout is back with a grab-bag of lost, extra and spare nuggets and outtakes.

Hailing from the South Bay, Shaun effortlessly cruises the streets of Northern California, orchestrating lines with smooth style and classic trick selection. Good work Bap!

KOTR is history but the winners won't be announced until AFTER the webisodes air, starting in November. The teams don't even know! In the meantime, check the best photos and videos from our #thrasherkotr2014 feed.

Tony Hawk comes through with this 5&5 at the Birdhouse vert ramp for Independent trucks.

Adidas skateboarding has been proud to introduce Na-kel Smith, Miles Silvas, and Tyshawn Jones to their global team this September.

Louie Lopez in his hometown of Los Angeles, CA hits some pools, ditches, bowls, parks and the streets.

No uniforms, pass interference calls, or coaches telling you how to act in skateboarding. Do whatever you like. Jason Park blazes his own trail. Now watch him annihilate his local park in Hawaii...

His X2 Vision part is epic and here TJ ends his line with that precision ledge magic he's known for.

Some heavy hitters came out for New York's first Dew Tour. P-Rod, Cole, Lopez, Colden... even The Gonz made an appearance. When the dust cleared, the SOTY took home the win.

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Fallen Team Signing San Diego, CA Oct 18
Lifeblood's "Service for the Sick" Premiere Portland, OR Oct 18
King VI: Bowl Bash Jamestown, NY Oct 18
Skatestock III Houston, TX Oct 18
CONS Project: Filming Skate Videos North America Oct 18
A Skatemare on 7th Street Wilmington, DE Oct 25
Rheumatic Hard Core Session Brazil Oct 25
Toy Machine Halloween Demo Long Beach, CA Oct 25
Day of the Shred Santa Ana, CA Nov 01
Skate for the Goat Hartford, CT Nov 02
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Cover boy Jeremy Leabres front blunts through the kink and slides through a 16-page jaw dropper of an interview. Ben Raemers backs it up with a 12-page interview which leaves no doubt that he's one of our country's most valuable imports. GX1000 scrubs away at London; Volcom crushes some cobblestone in Portugal and Vans sends some notes from their video base camp. Fall may be coming but this issue is gonna lift your spirits, kid.Add this one to your collection.