Tonight in LA: MoCA Presents a Curated Evening of Skate Videos at The Vista Theatre

When something similar to this happened at MoMA, it was a good time. No clue if they’re giving out this Chris Johanson poster above but, if they are, get one for yourself and one for me!

“The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in association with Cinefamily and Levi’s Film Workshops present an evening of skate videos. This Thursday night at the Vista Theatre in Los Feliz. The event is curated by Patrick O’Dell. There will be a panel discussion featuring Spike Jonze, Tobin Yelland, Ed Templeton, Rick Howard, Stacy Peralta and more!!”

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Devil’s Toy

A 1966 French-Canadien film about skateboarding directed by Claude Jutra.

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WWII Airplane Factory Camoflauge


“During World War II the Army Corps of Engineers needed to hide the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant to protect it from a possible Japanese air attack. They covered it with camouflage netting to make it look like a rural subdivision from the air.”

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Morning Dose of The Wilhelm Scream

Finally got around to this one…

Hana Jirickova is…

Wednesday’s Muse

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Picture of the Day

Olivier Zahm

Gif Magic

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Crochet Basketball Nets

All you’ll see is white people on the court. And on top of that you’re bound to end up with some mangled fingers, these are dangerous.

Babes of Yore: Morgan Fairchild

Morgan Fairchild is an American Actress who graced TV screens like mad in the 70s and 80s.


Up All Night

Iggy Pop, Sixteen

Charlie Finch Just Got A Whole New Group of Fans


Here is just a brief section regarding his rides on Metro North:

“As artworks they are poor, yet every one is a profile in courage. Courage that some poor souls would even dare to patrol these damned, forbidden spaces, much less even attempt to create something. Courage to leave a mark as symbol of absence: the absence of caring, the absence of a job, the absence of themselves moving on, even the absence that is death. Lately, someone has been tagging in ragged purple, just the word “Bones” over and over again near Morris Heights, but everything else you see is pretty ordinary.”

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photo by Luna Park


Reminisce Over This

Black Moon performing I Got Cha Opin Live at The Apollo in 1993

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