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One of three Hamilton people charged with supplying alcohol to a 9-year-old boy has been fined. Kali Tiloi this morning pleaded guilty when he appeared in the Hamilton District Court by audio-visual link on one charge of supplying alcohol to a minor.
Tony Ellis does a front-side rock n' roll in the hip of the oldest standing skate park in the U.S. Nestled between a neighborhood and a high school, the park attracts all kinds but its bowls are mainly dominated by local skaters who can handle the
Lenardic, a skateboarder himself, explained that he was testing how fast he could go. The boy asked what the average speed of skaters was at the park. "I said, 'I have no idea,'" Lenardic recalls. "I told him, 'In principle we can do measurements on
Plans for a spectacular redevelopment of London's South Bank have been thrown into chaos after a three-way attack by an unlikely alliance of the National Theatre, English Heritage and the skateboarding community. The £120m scheme, which includes a
Skateboarders flew in the air, slid down rails, scraped knees, and bobbed their heads to live music while thinking of the ultimate trick. The skating arena looked intense as each competitor tried for the grand prize. Fans fanned themselves in the sun
Officials at Etnies Skatepark of Lake Forest believe they have set a Guinness world record by teaching the largest skate class ever at a skate park as part of Go Skate Day. A total of 311 skaters of all ages and experience levels on Thursday night
Liam Watson stood at the edge of the coping near the cradle feature at Etnies Skatepark. There with him were Alex Aaaron, 13, and Christopher Breen, 11. Liam showed off a fakie varial a flip trick where the skateboard flips in a particular way. "You'
To the group of skateboarders who constructed and frequented The Spot, a surreptitiously-built skate park between Wood Street and Mandela Parkway in West Oakland, it was a slab of concrete heaven, a recreational respite tucked away underneath the I-
The 68,000 square foot facility is my favorite oxymoron, a "family skate park." Collecting meager fees, city staff maintains the facility, enforces pad and helmet rules and provides lessons and events, creating a healthy environment for kids and
One place kids won't find a No skateboards allowed sign is at a church in Fountain Valley with its own skate park. The Cornerstone Church skate park, the only one in the city, is the brainchild of Youth Pastor Gary Garcia and his WaveUth ministry...