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A toast to all those extreme Dads out there!

Today it’s Father’s Day, and at Gaslamp bar we want to congratulate all the brave and extreme fathers out there that have shaped our lives and made it what it is today!! To honor this special day, which became an official celebration on 1972 thanks to president Nixon, here are some interesting facts about father’s […]
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The best of Alaska’s Snowboarding

Alaska: The Last Frontier. In the 25 years since snowboarders first made their way north to Juneau and beyond, AK remains the ultimate proving ground for any rider of the mountains; a place of incomparable beauty, impossibly steep snowpack, perfectly sculpted spines, and balls-to-the-wall descents. Here are some of the amazing shots by photographer Greg […]
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Use your skateboard to workout!

Skateboarding is already a great sport, you gain great balance and it is great cardio. Skateboarding keeps many of us in shape when we cannot surf or snowboard. You can use your skateboard to workout at home as well. Skateboarding uses up far more calories than most other physical activities.  Depending on your size, you […]
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Summer X Games Austin 2014

The Summer X Games will be held from June 5th – 8th in Austin Texas The first wave of athlete invitations for X Games Austin went out this week to competitors in 17 BMX, Skate, Moto X, RallyCross and Stadium Super Trucks events. X Games also announced a new Battle of the Bands event to […]
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Kelly Slater Beyond The Beyond

Robert Kelly Slater was born on February 11, 1972, in  Cocoa Beach, Florida. He is an American professional surfer known for his competitive prowess and style. He has been crowned ASP World Tour Champion a record 11 times, including 5 consecutive titles in 1994–98. He is the youngest (at age 20) and the oldest (at age 39) to win the title. In May […]
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Gaslamp Hall of Fame: Tony Hawk

 Anthony Frank Hawk was born on May 12th 1968.    Tony Hawk is famous for completing the first documented 900 and for his skateboarding game franchise. In 2014 he was labeled as one of the most influential skateboarders of all time by Fox Weekly. When Tony was young his parents supported his skateboarding because it […]
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Billabong Rio Pro 2014: Men’s Round 2

2 – 4 foot waves were consistent throughout the Second Round The 1st Heat marked the level of intensity and level of surfing that would be present in this round. Rio Pro wildcard David Do Carmo eliminated the 3 time world champion Mick Fanning. In the 2nd Heat surfing legend Kelly Slater (11 time ASP world champion) […]
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Longboarding in Pikes Peak Colorado

Pikes Peak is the place to go for World Class Downhill The summit at Pikes Peak, a National Historic Landmark, is the most visited mountain in North America, and the second most visited mountain in the world. Over a half million people reach the summit house every year, via the Pikes Peak Highway, the world’s […]
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The New York International Auto Show Starts This Friday

In 1900, the New York International Automobile Show became North America’s first automotive exhibition For over one hundred years, through depression, war, boom-time, oil crisis, recession and growth, it has continued its pioneering tradition of bringing new and innovative ideas to a national and world stage. In the last decade, the Show has boosted the […]
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2014 April Fools’ Day Pranks On The Web

Were you pranked this April Fools’? April Fools’ Day is an informal holiday celebrated every year on April 1st. Popular since medieval times, the day is not a national holiday in any country, but it is widely recognized throughout European cultures and celebrated as a day when people play practical jokes and hoaxes on each other, both the jokes and their victims […]
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