wait, not yet, ok, now go!
Like a joke told far too many times; past the point of being funny past being angered past being annoyed to the point we can hardly hear the meaning of the words they deconstruct into letters and then into nothingness. That was the snow earlier this week but now we're onto the spring celebrations with symbols of the circle of life, rebirth, eggs and bunnies and all that... Instafeeds of well worn miniramp angles are being replaced by the spontaneity of a street sesh, signs of life after masonite.
Egg Hunt at Skate Brooklyn!
In case you were wondering the shop will definitely be open for Easter Sunday for skateyogi classes! Gonna stash a buncha eggs stuffed with skate stickers for the kiddies to hunt on the miniramp at the start of each of the kids classes. So all you parents can check off that seasonal activity box for the weekend and maybe just go lay out in the park with the fam for the rest of the day.
Neal Unger, 60 year old skateboarder!
Wow, just listen to this dude talk about skateboarding! The subject line quote plus a bunch of other pearls of wisdom had me replaying this a couple times. I've heard adult students talk about the benefits they get from learning to skate extending to other areas of their lives and this guy is just more proof. The fountain of youth isn't some fairy tale, it's a piece of wood with some rolling wheels. Keep going Neal!
As Seen On:
140 Empire Blvd
Brooklyn NY 11225
(between Franklin and Bedford Aves)
Parking lot in front
Subway: B/Q/S Prospect Park
Bus Stops: B16, B41, B43, B44-SBS, B48, B49