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.


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





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:



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

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