Only 4 days left! Please help support a feature length documentary about 6 surfers who pioneered the surf break at famed Casino Pier in Seaside Heights, NJ in the 1960’s. To find out how you can help please click here.
Recent installation by filmmaker/artist Thomas Campbell (The Seedling, Sprout, The Present) at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History. A curated collection of Campbell’s paintings and objects will be exhibited. [click to continue]
Here’s you chance to meet the legend Bob McTavish in Camperdown. Details for the event is available here.
It’s hard to imagine that just a few months ago, the Rockaway was bustling with 40-plus surfers vying for waves at a single peak on a Sunday morning. Today, the home to more than 115,000 people and the sanctuary to thousands of New York City surfers, looks like the ravages of a massive war-torn town. No one is in the water and no one will be for a long, long time. [click to continue]
The Donald Takayama Memorial and Paddleout was held on November 10, 2012 in Oceanside, CA. To view more images, please check our Facebook page.
Why is voting on Prop 37 important to California surfers? It all began when farmers moved away from traditional farming. Farmers used to rotate their crops and this helped control the insects and kept the soil rich and full of nutrients. Today, most of the soil our food is planted in is depleted of nutrients and full of chemicals. [click to continue]