The history books will tell you how much of a legend Ali Boulala is in skateboarding. Despite his fight with all sorts of vice’s he will go down in history as one of the best skateboarders to ever grace the scene. Today, Vice have Epicly Later’d his incredible life story across 4 episodes. It’s heavy stuff, as you’d expect. Heartfelt, bonkers and every other adjective in between. Get those teas on.
We have interviewed Ali twice over the years. The first in 2005, the second in 2006. Discover them, re-read them – there’s only one Ali Boulala.
Looks like Epicly Later’d had made a return with Chima Ferguson in the spotlight this time. This was recorded whilst the Propeller video was being put to tape when Chima was living with Dustin Dollin. Enjoy.
The 3rd installment of Chocolate Skateboards’ 20 year Epicly Later’d series sees Las Vegas ripper Kenny Anderson in the spotlight discussing his admiration for Brian Lotti as he grew up skating for Chris Miller’s Planet Earth. Marc Johnson‘s journey to the sweet side also makes up half of this episode with tales of the Chocolate Tour, Evan Hecox’ classic artwork and portrait graphics that still remain a huge part of Chocolate’s identity for two decades.
If you missed the first and second episodes from this must watch series from Vice, scroll down and take all of this history in.
This month’s VBS video show features none other than the life and times of Dirty Ghetto Kid, Josh Kalis.
The ex Alien Workshop rider kicks off this series with a lowdown on the Michigan scene where it all began and the influence of Sean Sheffey plus plenty of footage from the good old days that includes includes a New Deal demo with Ed Templeton and Mike Vallely.
Look out for more of these as they roll out and expect a heavy focus on the legendary LOVE park scene in Philadelphia during the late 90’s incoming.