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7.22.10

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ALOHA ALSO MEANS GOODBYE: Aloha Airlines Shuts Down After 60 Years

Aloha Airlines, one of Hawaii’s premier airlines, has gone belly-up, dead in the water—or maybe more accurately dead in the air—with their last commercial flight leaving Honolulu International’s runway on March 31. The airline officially filed for bankruptcy on March 20, but the sudden news of an all-out cancellation of flights after March 31 came […]

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7.22.10

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WIN JORDY GEAR! Get Creative And Get A Jordy Smith Prize Pack

Here’s your chance to score big and take home a complete Jordy Smith package, with the introduction of O’Neill’s SuperFreak/RuONE “State of Mind” on-line contest. Here’s how it works. John Q Public (the participant) is summoned to showcase their creativity by downloading the SuperFreak/ RuOne creative from the O’Neill website. From there it is in […]

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7.22.10

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DANE WILLIAMS UPDATE: Reports Concerning Hurley Intern's Death Inconclusive

Police said they aren’t optimistic they’ll ever find out what happened to a 23-year-old Huntington Beach surfer whose body was found in a San Diego alley, after a toxicology report released Tuesday left his cause of death undetermined. Click here to read the full article. Dane Williams, a marketing intern for the Costa Mesa-based Hurley […]

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7.22.10

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VOTE FOR ZUMA JAY: Malibu's Own Runs For City Council

Jefferson “Zuma Jay” Wagner runs a very traditional surf shop in Malibu. He sells all you need to go to the beach and go surfing, but that’s it. No magazines, no surf videos, just the basics: trunks, bikinis, wetsuits, surfboards, wax, leashes, sun hats. And he rents kayaks. Jay opened Zuma Jay Surf Shop in […]

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7.22.10

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ARCHY GIVEAWAY: Win Two Tickets To The World Premiere in Newport Beach!

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7.22.10

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NO ACCESS: Groups Aim To Ban Driving On The Beach In Cape Hatteras

When I describe Cape Hatteras to my friends in California I tell them it’s kind of like Baja except you don’t have to worry so much. You’re still in America – but you might as well not be. Walloping over the dunes in 4WD Low, with nothing but dune grass on side one and turquoise […]

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7.22.10

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WHO DA' GUY? Is There Anyone Besides Kelly Who Can Stop Kelly This Year?

For obvious reasons the story of the day is Kelly Slater’s big win at the Rip Curl Pro. And it should be. He’s hands-down, no bullshit, the best ever. Forget for just a second the drama of his last-minute, come-from-behind win against Bede Durbidge, in summary, yesterday he picked up his 36th WCT trophy, the […]

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7.22.10

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TOO GOOD TO CARE? Dane Reynolds Leads The Charge Into Round Four

The other day the big story coming off the ASP wire was Dane Reynolds’ awakening in Round Two. Well, the story remains the same in Round Three. Out of the precisely 353 waves that have been ridden in the Rip Curl Pro thus far, Dane has the two highest individual scores. And out of the […]

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7.22.10

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SURFING FOR SURFBOARDS: Online Auction Site Offers Gems

Do you need a 70s era Parrish to round out your quiver? A Greg Noll / Miki Dora “Da Cat” model? Looking for a 1930′s era Tom Blake surfboard? How about two of them? If so, the United States Vintage Surfboard Auction (USVSA) may have you covered. The USVSA got underway last week and these […]

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