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Thirteen pro skateboarders roll into Canton today for the coast-to-coast Badass vs. Dumbass Tour. During the five-hour show, boarders like Brandon Beibel, Mike Carroll, and Rick Howard will bust some wicked kickflips and ollies, skate alongside fans, and sign autographs. "All the kids have been calling us every day for three months to ask about it," says Laura Torchia, co-owner of host venue Evolution Skate Park. "It's going to be a crazy few hours."
Tue., Aug. 15, 4-9 p.m.

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