Thursday, July 31, 2008
Friday, July 25, 2008
Thursday, July 24, 2008
To mix things up and keep things fresh, each months tape will feature a new theme/genre of music and guest DJ, so none of them will ever sound the same. So heres the first tape. Hope you like it!
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Friday, July 18, 2008
This is a Skateboard/Track bike competion being held on Saturday July 26 by our friends at
FM Magazine and Track Attack. The contest starts at 2 p.m and the location will be in front of Emage skateshop. Come visit our booth we will be releasing some new AVENUE new era's and Speakeasy tee's.
Monday, July 14, 2008
Manik Skateboards out of Seattle recently released the "7 dirty words" t-shirt in honor of the late comedian George Carlin who passed a few weeks back. In 1978, his "Seven Dirty Words" standup was taken all the way to the Supreme Court because the F.C.C. felt it was too extreme to play on public television.
The tee comes in White or Black with tonal print on the back of the shirt with the favorite words of every potty mouth truck drivers out there!
Available @ Speakeasy
Sunday, July 13, 2008
The new decks on display.......
Noel Sinclair Boyt
Murph-Dog taking it all in
Noel wishing Jake a speedy Recovery. Damn.
Then we all headed down to the Solution.......
Broken wing club
Beans made some new homies
Thanks to Jessica and Cody who ALWAYS take good care of us!
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Sunday, July 6, 2008
Saturday, July 5, 2008
Colorado liquor stores gearing up for Sunday sales
Independent liquor stores are gearing up for an extra consumer rush on July 6 when it becomes legal for them to sell liquor, wine and beer on Sundays. Dozens of new Colorado laws go into effect July 1. But consumers — and retailers — will have to wait for the first Sunday of July to celebrate the liquor law change. "When they did this in other states, it didn't just spread business out another day, they had a lot more customers," said Ron Vaughn, owner of Argonaut Wine and Liquor in Denver. Vaughn's store will be open that Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., but if customers want him to stay open later, Vaughn says the customers are always right.
Gov. Bill Ritter, who gave his stamp of approval in April, said times have changed since a 1933 law banned Sunday sales to protect the Christian sabbath. Ritter said there was "great public sentiment" to change the law, calling it a benefit for consumers who only have Sundays to shop. Colorado is the 35th state to permit Sunday alcohol sales at retail stores. It's the 13th state to pass such a law since 2002, according to the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, the trade group that has lobbied for such laws across the country. The council lost an attempt to repeal the Colorado blue law three years ago. Liquor stores opposed a change then, but that changed last year when owners learned supermarkets wanted to sell full-strength beer and wine. A Senate committee killed the supermarket proposal in February, saying it would hurt Colorado's independent liquor stores and the craft brewers that the stores promote. Supermarkets and convenience stores are now pushing for legislation to allow them to sell full-strength beer, arguing that it's not fair to keep them selling only 3.2 percent beer.
Source- ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS