SURFERS HEALING

posted by / News / February 17, 2004

Riding the groundswell of success, Surfers Healing takes off to reach as many kids as possible. “We want to take

PERFECT PB

posted by / News / February 13, 2004

All 8 Amateur divisions competed only on Saturday in solid 6 foot storm surf. The early morning started out really

THE WATERBRAH

posted by / News / February 12, 2004

The obnoxious faces. The stupid jokes. The goofy songs. Everybody’s got a surf buddy who thinks he’s the funniest thing

THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS

posted by / News / February 11, 2004

In Hollywood speak, Stacy Peralta and Laird Hamilton have officially “arrived.” Peralta’s paean to big wave surfing Riding Giants was

GIVE US A BREAK!

posted by / News / February 11, 2004

It’s an election year, and that means the primaries are on everyone’s mind, to some extent. Candidates are traveling about,

THE SPIRIT OF SOLOMON

posted by / News / February 10, 2004

Perfect weather but minimal surf graced the 8th Annual Donnie Solomon Memorial event this past weekend, held at C-Street in

BREAKING THE SPELL

posted by / News / February 9, 2004

Forget about Pancho’s relentless winning at Sunset Beach.This winter, the North Shore’s beloved heavy-foot carried the weight a few steps

SURFERS WHO ACT

posted by / News / February 5, 2004

We were beginning to wonder. Just a few episodes into the hit show, “The OC”, we watched babbling, bumbling, nerd

DEATH AT PIPE

posted by / News / February 4, 2004

“It was one of the ugliest waves I’ve ever paddled for, but his head was already down — he was

Op Honor Roll – Nathan Carroll

posted by / News / January 28, 2004

Nathan Carroll finally got it right. After three years of butting his head against equal 33rd in the Xcel Pro

ARRESTING DEVELOPMENT

posted by / News / January 26, 2004

Is the surf at the Dana Point Headlands going the way of Killer Dana? It certainly looks that way after

BOYS’ CLUB

posted by / News / January 22, 2004

There’s only one way into the WCT, pro surfing’s top gun academy. It’s through the World Qualifying Series. But frankly,

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON, LIKE GRANDSON

posted by / News / January 21, 2004

Filmmaking is in the blood.Or at least it appears that way with Wes Brown and TJ Barrack’s upcoming release, Islands

DOUBLE THE SWELL, DOUBLE THE CLASSIC

posted by / News / January 21, 2004

The waiting period paid off for the 21st annual Surf N Wear Rincon Classic, originally slated for the year’s first

CARNIVAL CRUISE

posted by / News / January 16, 2004

Big-wave legend and Billabong {{{Odyssey}}} surfer Mike Parsons didn’t see this one coming in his worst nightmare. This past Monday

TOUGH BREAK

posted by / News / January 16, 2004

Shea Lopez had already re-qualified for the World Championship Tour, a huge feat in itself. Now he was in the

OLD SCHOOL

posted by / News / January 15, 2004

The single, don’t-miss event of this year’s surf expo wasn’t the Social D. or Vanilla Ice Saturday night shows. It

THE LOST BOMB

posted by / News / January 14, 2004

Sitting in his Santa Monica screening room, Stacy Peralta was so close he could taste it. The acclaimed director of

DEJA VU

posted by / News / January 14, 2004

Anyone who missed the 36th annual ESA Easterns last year at Buxton, got a chance to relive the experience at

QUIKSILVER STALWART RETIRES

posted by / News / January 6, 2004

After a long career with Quiksilver, Norm Innis, the general manager of Quiksilver International, is retiring from the surf industry.