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The UK’s first intergalactic roller skating venue is coming to Manchester in May

by on February 18, 2022 0
Paradise Skate World, a stunning new roller-skating experience, is set to crash at Deansgate in May and is described as “an explosion in space meets Miami Beach, fused with intergalactic fantasy”. Promising to be a world you’ve never seen before, the UK’s first intergalactic roller skating venue was envisioned by Junkyard Golf Club founder... Read More

10 Best Roller Skates for Beginners in 2022

by on February 13, 2022 0
With the Well+Good SHOP, our editors use their years of expertise to select products (from skincare to personal care and beyond) that they bet you’ll love. Although our editors select these products independently, making a purchase through our links may earn Well+Good a commission. Good shopping! Explore the STORE Roller skating has been at... Read More

59th national roller skating championship: Delhi in the lead for the second consecutive time; Haryana wins her first medal

by on December 23, 2021 0
Delhi tops 59th National Roller Skating Championship, Haryana wins first medal During India’s 75th year of independence, the 59th National Roller Skating Championship 2021 was held in Delhi and Mohali from December 11-22. This event is hosted by RSFI, skateboarding as an event debuted at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 and the Asian Games... Read More

Madison Police: Big disruption at rink turns into multiple brawls, pepper spray used | criminality

by on November 27, 2021 0
Madison Police said a major disruption at a Southwest Side ice rink on Friday night involving mostly minors turned into multiple brawls, resulting in the use of pepper spray and the attraction of more than two dozen officers law enforcement agencies from surrounding jurisdictions. Police were called to the roller skating center at around... Read More

Marques, 14, enjoys playing soccer, rollerblading

by on November 22, 2021 0
Brands Marques, 14, enjoys playing football. Marques is a social adolescent of African American and Caucasian descent who enjoys being active. Marques has a calm and friendly demeanor. He can be shy at first sometimes, but once he’s comfortable, he’s talkative and has a great sense of humor. Favorite Marques activities include roller skating,... Read More

The events of October 7 to discover

by on October 15, 2021 0
Looking for some not-so-scary events where the whole family can dress up in their Halloween costumes and have some fun? Metro Phoenix has hay rides, festivals, and costume contests this month that are perfect for this. These events take place across the valley, from Queen Creek to Fountain Hills and Apache Junction to Glendale.... Read More

Roller skates are back in popularity

by on October 9, 2021 0
Philadelphia – The night has started wobbly. But a few laps later, he skated around the lost reels in Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much” and the classic songs of the fatback band “I Found Lov’n”. I waited for the first code for the new version of “Candy Girl”, but I had no luck. No,... Read More

Roller skating has regained its popularity

by on October 9, 2021 0
PHILADELPHIA – The night started wavering. But after a few laps, I was sliding around the rink lost to the tunes of Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much” and The Fat Back Band classic, “I Found Lov’n”. I waited for the first chords of New Edition’s “Candy Girl” but no luck. No, I wasn’t dreaming... Read More

Arts Picks: Audacious Cabaret at La Clique, Condor Heroes art exhibition, Arts News & Top Stories

by on October 7, 2021 0
The Clique A cabaret is a risky business, but the artists of La Clique know that in these times of pandemic, the real tease is proximity. The first long-running theatrical show with international cast brought in person to Singapore since last year’s Breaker, it mixes derring-do exploits with moments of sheer silliness. A man... Read More

Great For Hosting Skating Events At Wells Fargo Center | Way of life

by on August 26, 2021 0
On Saturday, August 28, Comcast Spector and the local roller skating organization Greaton Skates will team up to host the first all-skating event at the Wells Fargo Center. This collaboration supports Great on Skates’ mission to provide high quality, accessible and affordable roller education for skaters of all experience levels. Shannon Donnelly, Specter vice... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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,... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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,... Read More

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... Read More