Dom DeLuca Looks Back at the History of Brooklyn Projects

Dom DeLuca examines the growth of his Melrose skate spot.

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ThePostGame recently sat down with “the man who brought skateboarding to Hollywood,” Dom DeLuca — the co-founder and owner of Melrose stalwart Brooklyn Projects — to get the inside scoop on his popular Los Angeles skate spot. Here, in an illuminating three-minute interview, the former professional BMXer, record company exec and MTV VJ — not to mention an avid skateboarder in his own right — reflects on the growth of the shop, the skating landscape in the City of Angels, the rise of Fairfax, and more. For more from Brooklyn Projects, head on over to the shop’s website.

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