Juice (skateboarding magazine)

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Juice Magazine, founded in 1993 in Wilmington, North Carolina, is a skateboarding, surfing and music publication, edited, owned and published by Terri Craft.[1] It includes interviews by skate editor, Jim Murphy,[2] and features editors: Steve Olson,[3] Jay Adams, Dave Duncan,[4] Christian Hosoi, Jim O'Mahoney,[5] and surf editors Jeff Ho,[6] Herbie Fletcher[7] and Dibi Fletcher. The staff includes Terri Craft,[8] Editor and Dan Levy, Assistant Editor.[1][9] Other interviewers include Jason Jessee, Jeff Ament, Chuck Dukowski, Bill Danforth[10] and Chris Mearkle.[11] There are currently 72 issues of the magazine. Juice Magazine headquarters is located in the birthplace of modern day skateboarding, Venice, California.

Interviews[edit]

The magazine interviews skateboarders, surfers, and musicians. Some of the interviewees include:

Skateboarders:

Musicians:

Surfers:

Artists:

Special Features[edit]

  • Alva Collection: Interviews with the Alva Skateboarding Team
  • Bones Brigade Chronicles: Interviews with the Bones Brigade
  • Dogtown Chronicles: Interviews with the Z-Boys
  • Duty Now For The Future: Interviews with Skatepark Builders

Dogtown Chronicles[edit]

Dogtown Chronicles features interviews with the Z-Boys, Zephyr skateboarding team Dogtown and Z-Boys including:

References[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Newman, M. (1996) 'Continental Drift', Billboard, Cincinnati.

External links[edit]