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Kill Them All Magazine


Photographers: AJ Catholdi

Strictly east coast skateboarding.

Cover: Andrew Rebelo. Backside Lipslide. Photo: Catholdi


Skateboarding still is The Fountain Of Youth


Zack Gentes. Fronstside Rock.

Photo: Catholdi


There’s a hand full of dudes around here that are just on another level of skateboarding. You’re looking at one of them. Justin Healey. Frontside Nosegrind. Photos: Catholdi


Peter Croteau. Wallride Nollie.


Photo: Catholdi


Photos: Catholdi

Juan Montoya. Ollie.


Found these old Photos of this dude today. Someone needs to get this fool out again.


Jay Poirier. Nollie.

Photo: Catholdi


Justin Healey. Ollie.


Justin Healey. Warm up Hardflip.

Photos: Catholdi


Tyler Gorman. Ollie.

Photo: Catholdi


Top Three.

Every issue there’s going to be a small article about a local’s favorite shit. I think you can guess who’s going to be kicking off the first one. Jay Poieir. 5-0. Photo: Catholdi


Top three east coast pros:

Tricks:

Local rippers:

Local videos:

1. Reynolds 2. Fred Gall 3. Donny

1. Jeff Poieir 2. AJ Catholdi 3. Jake Littlefield

1. No Comply 2. Fakie Flip 3. Push

1. Another Perfect Job 2. Anchors 3. Any Angle

Spots:

1. The Garage 2. Granny Banks 3. The pit

Parks:

1. Subliminal 2. The Projects 3. Norfolk

Benefits of working at Civil:

1. Best shop 2. See all the homies 3. Guido and Rob rip


Reasons why skating on the east coast is better: 1. Shitty ground 2. Seasons 3. You appreciate it more

Why you have the raddest girlfriend:

1. She rips 2. She’s better than yours 3. She knows more about skateboarding than I do..

Photo: Catholdi

Words: Jay poirier


Artwork: Vicky Sardicario She rips way harder than you.


Zack Gentes. Backside Smith. Subliminal Skatepark 590 Lake St #2 Shrewsbury, MA. Photo: Catholdi


Jay Poirier. Backside Feeble.

Photos: Catholdi


Jay Poirier. The quickest set up ollie I’ve ever seen.


Zack Genetes. Half Cab Transfer.


Zack Gentes tears this place apart. Pivot Fakie.


Not only did this fool Back lip the entire quarter for the cover, but after he landed it he looped back and banged this out. Again, across the whole thing. Andrew Rebelo. Backside Tailslide. Photo: Catholdi


I met this dude James that attends RISD, who was doing an art project incorporating skateboarding. These are his skateable sculptures that he invited us to skate.

Jay Poirier. Backside Smith.

Photo: Catholdi


Peter Croteau. Frontside 5-0.


Photos: Catholdi

Nate Dean. Backside Crook.


Jay Poirier. Backside Lipslide Up.


Photo: Catholdi

Jay Poirier. Backside Noseblunt.


Photo: Catholdi


Skate pens and keychains. Made by Steve Duque from recycled decks. Now available at both Civil locations, or contact sduque6@gmai.com


Photos: Duque



Kill Them All Magazine. Issue 005.