Aaron Carrera

Aaron Carrera

SURFER Contributor, SURFER Magazine

8.18.10

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Less Is More

Cyrus Sutton’s Newest Film Stoked & Broke Debuts This Saturday in Long Beach Battle of the Blogs winner and Korduroy.tv founder, Cyrus Sutton’s newest film project, Stoked and Broke, will be making its highly anticipated world premiere this Saturday at the Arthouse Cinema in Long Beach, CA. Kicking off the night will be a pre-party […]

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8.12.10

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King of the Surf Blogs

Korduroy.tv’s Cyrus Sutton Discusses The Battle of The Blogs Win Last week, the independent San Diego-based surf blog Korduroy.tv beat out two of the most popular blogs in surf—Dane Reynolds’ Marine Layer Productions and Paul Fisher’s Follow The Fish—to take home the SURFER Battle of the Blogs title. We caught up with Korduroy’s founder, Cyrus […]

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8.5.10

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Korduroy.tv Is Your Champion

It’s a great day to be a surf geek. Korduroy.tv took down Paul “Follow The Fish” Fisher in SURFER’S 2010 Battle of The Blogs final. It was not an easy path for San Diego’s self-proclaimed “surf geeks.” Going into the event, Korduroy.tv was one of the lower seeds in the competition and had to overcome […]

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8.2.10

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Korduroy vs. Follow The Fish

Battle of The Blogs Finals Preview Wouldn’t you know that it would be a battle of USA v. Australia in the Finals. But despite popular assumption, it won’t be California’s Golden Child, Dane Reynolds, representing the U.S.—it will be the San Diego surf blog Korduroy.tv. Korduroy pulled off what is no question the biggest upset […]

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7.27.10

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Surfing Is Cool

“Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.” —Mark Twain There was a time, not long ago, when surfing was stuck in a rut—no matter how many world titles Kelly Slater won, the hobby or sport (whatever we call it now) still wasn’t that cool. Surfing […]

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7.24.10

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"Cardiff Kook" Attacked By Great White

A great white shark did attack a Cardiff surfer–but this attack was unlike any other. Early this morning around 4 a.m., a papier-mâché great white shark attacked the famous “Cardiff Kook” statue in Cardiff, CA. Nearby campers at San Elijo State Beach said they heard a ruckus, but didn’t know how the pranksters (artists) were able […]

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7.23.10

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Nail-Biting Quarterfinal Wrap-Up

At 5 pm PST, on Thursday, July 22, Marine Layer Productions v. Anastasia Ashley appeared to have ended at a dead tie–but after looking at the total number of votes, it was Dane just barely taking the win by 12 votes. Anastasia put up a good fight, but in the end it was Dane coming […]

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7.19.10

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Quarterfinals Kick Off

Palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy, and only eight blogs remain in the fiercest battle since the dawn of Internet. In the Round of 16, we saw some major upsets and some landslide victories. As if nearly slicing off his heel wasn’t bad enough, Joel Parkinson was another victim in Marine Layer Productions […]

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7.13.10

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Innersection Returns With a Vengeance

The biggest video sensation to hit the Internet since YouTube is back. Taylor Steele’s newest project, Innersection TV, began its summer quarter (third of four) last Thursday, with submissions from the likes of Josh Kerr, John John Florence, Pat Guadaskas, Dane Zaun, Ian Walsh, Granger Larson, Ry Craike, and Clay Marzo. The summer quarter is […]

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7.9.10

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Round 1 Comes To An End

The results are in and Round of 32 is in the history books. For some it was a cakewalk to victory (Dane Reynolds), while for others it was a nail-biter that would come down to the final minutes, as the competitors used Facebook statuses, Tweets, and blog posts in their race to gather votes. But […]

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