May 18, 2022
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The ramp is a lint-free skating game

by on August 1, 2021 0

In a recent interview with Game Rant, Paul Schnepf spoke about how The Ramp is supposed to recreate the feeling of gaining speed and pulling off a trick. For almost as long as video games have been around, there have also been skating games that allow players to do incredible tricks and speed up...

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Toronto gets a retro drive-through with roller cars and disco parties

by on June 25, 2021 0

Okay, it’s confirmed – roller skating is back and it’s popping up all over Toronto. The most recent upcoming roller-disco event will be The Dusty Star Drive-In Diner. The pop-up concept recreates the nostalgic 1950s style restaurant with music, food, drink, roller skate servers, market vendors, and disco nights. The one-of-a-kind immersive destination experience...

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DVIDS – News – Safety of bikes, skates and inline skates on the base

by on January 29, 2021 0

In light of a recent increase in inquiries regarding bicycle safety aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., The Marine Corps Police Department has issued the following reminder regarding orders and Basic regulations for bicycles, skateboards and roller skates: BASIC ORDER 5500.13C 3002. REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO SKATEBOARD AND ROLLER SKATE BICYCLES1. All personnel who...

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Children roller skate on the roads with messages to mark National Road Safety Month in the western city of Madhya Pradesh

by on January 25, 2021 0

Mandsaure (Madhya Pradesh): A roller skate rally was organized by traffic police here on Sunday in which children aged four to seven participated. It was staged to score 32sd National Road Safety Month, which began on January 18 and ends on February 17, 2021. District Roll Ball Union, Lions Club Mandsaur and NCC organized...

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Best places to roller skate in Sydney

by on January 6, 2021 0

Shutterstock Roller skating has seen a huge resurgence in recent years. That you dust your roller skates to get back in shape, relive your childhood or buy your very first pair of skates, getting into roller skating is a good decision! The thrill of sliding on your wheels is addicting. Once you have learned...

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Princess Diana really did roller skate in the halls of Buckingham Palace, like in “The Crown”

by on November 21, 2020 0

The fourth season of The crown debuted on Netflix on November 15. This season, viewers see Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) become Britain’s first female Prime Minister, and Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor’s) relationship with Diana Spencer (Emma Corrin) unfold. In an episode titled “Fairy Tale”, Diana can be seen rollerblading the halls of Buckingham Palace,...

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Did Princess Diana roll through Buckingham Palace on a roller skate? | Television and radio | Show biz & TV

by on November 20, 2020 0

Emma Corrin’s portrayal of Princess Diana in Netflix’s The Crown has received critical acclaim since the drama’s fourth series was released on November 15. This series follows the arrival of Princess Diana in the royal family, and a few episodes trace the beginning of her relationship. with Prince Charles and the time leading up...

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Roller skating lessons available in Willits and beyond – The Willits News

by on October 29, 2020 0

As the shelter-in-place ordinance drags on into its eighth month, residents of Mendocino County may need something new to do. Fortunately, for those looking for an energetic, distanced activity, Willits resident Jessica “Machine” Espinoza offers roller skating lessons for all ages. Espinoza walks around with a trunk of (disinfected) skates ranging from small toddler...

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Kookie-Jin helps the members while Suga laughs

by on October 3, 2020 0

BTS fandom-Army was about to take a tour when The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon announced that the group would be staying for a whole week. The group not only delivered performances, but also participated in socially distanced games in recent days. BTS members Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, J-Hope, RM, Suga and V took part...

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The story of the 70s roller skate style at TikTok

by on August 2, 2020 0

The breezy escape of these viral videos is key to our interest in skating, but we can’t overlook the importance of aesthetics. Oumi’s penchant for cropped tees, tie-waist shirts, retro running shorts, and tubular socks is the archetypal roller girl style, rooted in the 1970s and California beach culture (think Boogie evenings‘Rollergirl). Cassandra says:...

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The summer of rollerblading is upon us

by on July 17, 2020 0

Roller skates are making a comeback and we’re here for it. While stay-at-home orders have forced people across the country to be more creative when exploring the world outside of their humble abodes, roller skates – America’s long (almost) lost staple of the 70s, 80s and 90s – saw a kind of resurgence. The...

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Rolla Bae | St kilda

by on February 24, 2020 0

It is not uncommon to see a figure rollerblading around St Kilda’s Esplanade. But, until now, to participate you had to go out and buy a pair yourself, or somehow inherit a pair of classic retro roller skates. Everything has changed now with the opening of a classic retro caravan that rents new sets...

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Organized three-day roller-skating festival

by on November 8, 2019 0

Stacey Short and friends at Skate Fest Central Coast November 8, 2019 The first-ever central coast festival dedicated to all things roller skating was held in October. An initiative of RollerFit founder and local trainer, Stacey Short, Skate Fest was an inclusive and supportive weekend filled with activities to help Central Coast residents...

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Roller skate at sunset | Go out and go

by on May 23, 2019 0

Community Skate Night is back for another action packed night this Friday. Locals and visitors gather from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Old Spanish Trail Pavilion, 3641 SUS Highway 191. Usually held on the last Friday of each month, this month’s Community Skate Night takes place a week earlier, on May 24,...

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HBO film delves into roller-skating culture

by on February 16, 2019 0

NEW YORK — First-time documentary filmmakers Tina Brown and Dyana Winkler once dragged their cameras through New York’s Central Park to capture the last people still passionate about roller skating. Ice rinks across the country were gone. The activity seemed dead. “We were shooting a story about what we thought was the end of...

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King Tip: Should I roller skate? | Nashville Cream

by on September 27, 2018 0

Comedian, musician, host Chris Crofton’s King of Advice Podcast and former Nashvillian Chris Crofton asked the scene for an advice column, so we gave him one. Crowning himself the “king of advice”, Crofton will share his hard-earned wisdom with anyone who seeks it. Follow Crofton on Facebook and Twitterand to submit a question to...

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Session is a new skating game for Xbox One

by on June 10, 2018 0

A new GamesBeat event is just around the corner! Learn more about what comes next. Microsoft revealed that Session will be an Xbox One console exclusive at its Electronic Entertainment Expo event today in Los Angeles. Session is a skating game. The genre was once popular with series like Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and...

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Watch Drake Roller Skate to His Own Music at Floyd Mayweather’s Birthday Party

by on February 27, 2018 0

27 February 2018, 12:10 The boxer threw an old-fashioned roller-skating party for a host of famous friends. Drake appeared to be enjoying himself as he rode through Floyd Mayweather’s 41st birthday celebrations on a pair of roller skates this weekend. The ‘God’s Plan’ rapper attended Mayweather’s star-studded roller-skating party at World On Wheels in...

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Over the Top Skating Game ‘Skateboard Party 3 ft. Greg Lutzka ‘coming next Thursday – TouchArcade

by on May 19, 2016 0

Ratrod Studio has a long history of providing extreme sports activities on mobile devices. They cover the snowboard with their Snowboard festival series, drift races with their Drift mania series, and skateboarding with their Skateboard party series. Oh, and let’s not forget the hockey fights with their Hockey fight games too. Well, it’s been...

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Zineth dev reinvents its first-person pop art-inspired skating game with Perfect Stride • Eurogamer.net

by on May 29, 2013 0

A “maximalist skater” for PC and Mac. Last summer, I wrote about Zineth, a free-to-play, pop art-inspired cel-shaded skating game from indie developer Arcane Kids. Now that same developer is back, re-imagining their fan-favorite skating game as a first-person “maximalist skater” for PC and Mac titled Perfect Stride. So money. Perfect Stride isn’t just...

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