LOCALS: THE VINTAGE SKATEBOARD CLOTHING DEALER
Looking for that old Shorty's shirt you had when you were 13? You might be in luck...
LOCALS: THE PORTABLE POP UP SKATEPARK
When he's not working, Kevin drives into the city with homemade boxes, rails and kickers and creates a free pop up skatepark.
LOCALS: BUILDING FREE SKATE MAGAZINE LIBRARIES WITH KEVIN MARKS
Meet the man trying to promote literacy and build free skateboard magazine libraries around the globe.
LOCALS: BUILDING THE FUTURE OF DETROIT WITH DERRICK DYKAS
Meet Derrick Dykas, the man pushing the Detroit skate scene and developing one of the world's first community built green skatepark.
LOCALS: THE ART TEACHER WHO FOUNDED WEST OAKLAND’S FIRST PUBLIC SKATEPARK
What's the best way to keep kids in Oakland out of trouble? Give them a skateboard and build them a skatepark.
LOCALS: THE BROOKLYN SKATEBOARD COLLECTOR & HISTORIAN
This guy has covered every single inch of his small Bushwick apartment with a chronology of skateboards.
LOCALS: BEHIND NEW JERSEY’S D.I.Y. HAVEN
Meet some of the faces behind Shorty's, one of the best D.I.Y. spots on the east coast.
LOCALS: BUILDING NYC’S NOTORIOUS DIY SPOTS WITH JERRY MRAZ
Whether you know it or not, you have probably seen or skated a spot built by Jerry Mraz
LOCALS: FRITZ MEAD’S MINI HOUSE & BACKYARD BOWL
When Fritz Mead moved to NYC, there wasn’t any space left in his friends’ house, so he came up with an idea – he’d just build his own house in their backyard.