recently put together a nice little article on the Wilmington Skate Project and skateboarding in Delaware in general – check it out here. Between the creation of the 7th street skate spot this past spring, construction on the Glasgow, DE park moving along (and hopefully opening in Sept.) and the news that the City of WIlmington is finally going to release the long promised  $250,000 for the skate plaza in Wilmington – it’s been an amazing year for skateboarders in the first state.  It’s been a long time coming and much deserved.  Special thanks and much respect to Kinetic, Switch, Mark Calder and the rest of the WSP  for making things happen. Plus there’s also talk about finally getting a skate park in Newark as well, which is also long overdue.

Also worth checking out is this nice little piece on skaters in Lewes, DE who are creating their own scene and making it happen. I mean, this is what it’s about.  So stoked…

And on a side note – don’t sleep on the Deathwish/Baker demo later today at 7th Street – should be insane.

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