Case of the Mondays: Five Stride Skate Shop

Five Stride Skate Shop
455 Graham Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11222

(347) 529-6787


Monday Closed
Tuesday 11-7pm
Wednesday-Thursday 11-6pm
Friday 11-7pm
Saturday 11-6pm
Sunday 11-3pm
Saturday Bout Day Hours
11am – 3pm 2012 Gotham Girls Roller Derby Bout Days are March 31, April 28, May 19, June 16, July 14, Aug 11, Sep 8, Oct 6, and Oct 27.
Tournament Weekend Closings
We take the shop on the road from time to time to vend at and/or attend roller derby tournaments. We will be closed the following weekends and days: None upcoming.


Case of the Mondays: Labor Skate Shop

46 Canal Street Ground Floor New York, NY 10002


12pm – 8pm Monday – Saturday

12pm – 7pm Sunday

Skatepark Saturdays: 5050 Skatepark

354 Front St, Staten Island, NY 10304

(347) 857-6007

Photobooks, stationery, cards, and more from Shutterfly.

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 3:00 – 8:00 pm, 9:00 pm – 12:00 am
Thursday 3:00 – 8:00 pm
Friday 3:00 – 8:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Skatepark Saturdays: Tribeca Skatepark

N Moore St, New York, NY 10013

(212) 627-2020



Photo Wall Calendars by Tiny Prints.

Case of the Mondays: Fairman’s Skate Shop

43 W. Gay St.
West Chester, PA 19380

(610) 344-9959


M – Thu 11 – 8
F – Sat 10 – 9
Sun 11-5

Skatepark Saturday: Pier 62 Skatepark

143 11th Ave, New York, NY 10011

(212) 627-2020

X GAMES AUSTIN & Metallica Concert


Blue Tile Obsession

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Kent Senatore and Tony Alva looked across the pool at each other. Tony was telling Kent about seeing a bird earlier that morning when he was hiking down by the beach. He was walking down to check the waves and stopped as a bird flitted from limb to limb. It pipped and chirped at his intrusion. So he thought. Jay Adams had recently passed away and Tony had been thinking about Jay, their lives, and the times they spent together. The sun splashed through the palm trees. Tony watched the small colorful bird as it preened its feathers and spoke to him. “It is just like Jay…” he thought. Waves licked the sand and Tony heard people nearby. The bird took one more look at Tony and rose up out of sight. He felt a weight lift off of him.  “Jay…” he murmured. When Kent heard Tony’s story, he smiled…

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Back In The Day / Mondo’s Pool

Blue Tile Obsession

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In 2012, William Sharp and I began working on a book project together. It was difficult from the beginning. Thousands of slides were assembled, all out of order, randomly stored in sleeves… it took awhile just to separate and categorize everything. We both have full time work, so it was a labor of love. Passion. I decided to interview everyone I could and include anecdotes with the images. We did three major photograph selections. Only the best of the best. Then, we spread the love around. For example, I found only one photograph of Lee Gahimer and one photograph of Charlie Ransom… they went in. We both felt that it was important to give as many skaters as we could, the recognition and respect they deserve. We did exactly that.

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About a year into the process, I was doing the section on Mondo’s…

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Case of the Mondays: Ambler Skateshop

33 East Butler Avenue

Ambler PA

(215) 542-8868