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I Roll NY 10 Year Anniversary Session

December 13, 2017

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We held a vote on our Instagram account asking if there should be a session before our anniversary party. The votes came in and the majority said yes! We’ll be hosting our 10 year anniversary session at Cooper Park skatepark, which is only a short walk from R Bar where we’ll be hosting video premieres and having celebratory drinks in honor of a decade of I Roll NY. Get all the info on the anniversary session below. Photo credit Butter TV.

Date: Saturday December 16th, 2017.
Time: 1PM – 5PM
Location: Cooper Park Skatepark (Maspeth Ave between Olive Street & Morgan Ave)
Directions: Google Maps Location

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New York Skate Series Summer 16 Documentary

August 16, 2017

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Check out the feature length documentary of the New York Skate Series Summer 16 competitions created by Butter TV featuring the creators of the NYSS and the top three winners from all of 2016’s events. “The New York Skate Series, now in its third year, held three events in the summer of 2016: First in Brooklyn, second in Staten Island, and lastly in the Bronx. Get comfy because this is a long one. Watch as Adonis Taylor, Jesus Medina, Craig Benabu, and all the skaters/spectators involved take you through each event and relive some of the good times we all had in the process” – Butter TV.

Eddie Chung & Chris Santiago: A Chill Day

August 12, 2017

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Butter TV linked up with Brooklyn’s Eddie Chung and Chris Santiago after the first NYSS competition to put together this one day edit. “I got a chance to catch up with Eddie after the NYSS: Continental Plaza event in Brooklyn and we talked about whipping together something quick and easy during the middle of the week. We met up in Bushwick along with Chris, made a few stops around the area, and finished the afternoon at the Gantry Plaza in LIC. Good vibes and cool skating– “It was a chill day today.” – Butter TV.

NYSS Continental Army Plaza

August 9, 2017

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Check out the edit from the first New York Skate Series competition of the year. Stay tuned for more info on the next NYSS comp! “The first event from NYSS in 2017 which takes place at Continental Army Plaza in Brooklyn, NY. The format has changed which added tons of small prizes anyone can win through multiple mini competitions. Overall it was small, fun, and filled with positive vibes” – Butter TV.

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The McCarren Money Maker by ButterTV

June 30, 2017

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“First blade competition of summer 2017: The Mccarren Money Maker. A small, mostly local, but great turnout. As always, it’s great to see everyone after another long winter. Cheers!” – ButterTV.

2016 Boschi Pope Skate Off 2.0

April 10, 2017

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ButterTV drops an extended look into last year’s Boschi Pope skate off, “With the amount of footage from the 2016 event–it was hard to squeeze it all into one video. So, as promised, here is the BPSO 2.0 edit. And if you haven’t already watched the first video make sure to check it out” – ButterTV. See ButterTV’s first edit of the BPSO 2016 here.

The First Annual Boschi Pope Skate Off 2016

October 21, 2016

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“Boschi Pope ended the eventful summer of 2016 with this grand finale of a competition taken place at Hamilton Bridge Skatepark in NYC with guest judges Mike Johnson, Billy O’Neill, and himself. The turnout was amazing with friends and family coming from all over the map to reunite and enjoy not only the skating that took place but also eachother’s company to reminisce and catch up. The vibe was all about good times and nothing but positivity. Also, with the amount of footage, expect a BPSO 2.0 edit in the works somewhere in the near future.” – Boschi Pope.

Butter TV Montre Livingston Behind The Scenes

May 10, 2016

Before Thanksgiving and immediately after he just finished touring with Vibralux for his Trail of beers VOD, I reached out to Montre to see if he was open to fly up for a quick weekend here in NYC–Queens specifically–to blade, chill, and drink some beers. He took me up on that offer and showed up that same weekend.

Now, the closest I’ve ever got to him in person was watching him tear it up live at the NYC Invite so I had no idea what to expect but as soon as I picked him up from Laguardia Airport he was as cool as anyone can get. Add a 12-pack of Pabst in the mix and you can say we covered a lot on life that night.

This section takes place over a short winter weekend where sunlight does not last very long but all of us involved still enjoyed a good amount of blading, drinking, thai food, and good vibes.