1.21.10

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Another Undersea Poem

Undersea Poem: Menina que Corre from Zachary Hill on Vimeo. It’s always exciting to hear about the wide variety of projects in which members of the SURFER family are participating. Hyper-active among that group of contributors is artistic savant and Santa Cruz-based photographer Patrick Trefz, who recently filmed and directed a music video for the […]

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1.20.10

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Nights In Rodanthe No More

The romance has ended. Richard Gere and Diane Keaton’s love affair has run dry as the iconic edifice that made bottom turns like the one featured below so special has disappeared forever. Never to grace the lineups at S-Turns again. This is an announcement I always anticipated, but interestingly, Serendipity didn’t fall victim to the […]

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1.20.10

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Joel Patterson Takes the Hot Seat

Usually, we’re the ones with the recorder in some innocent person’s face – making them feel uncomfortable with questions they’d rather not answer or have talked about far too much. But today we got a little dose of our own medicine. Nugable.com, whose tagline reads proudly “Surfing Revelations and Debauchery” got in touch with our […]

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1.20.10

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Kolohe Helps Tar-jey Build Surf Empire

It’s official. Not only has Tar-jey slapped a fat bull’s-eye on savings in clothing and home appliances, they’ve also made a giant leap in their burgeoning surf empire. Today, fifteen-year-old San Clemente native Kolohe Andino joined fellow surf superstar Carissa Moore as an ambassador of the Target surf team. “I’m really excited to be working […]

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1.19.10

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How You Can Help in Haiti

Today American forces arrived in Haiti to provide humanitarian relief to the poorest country in the Americas after the devastating earthquake of January 12, 2010. With government buildings collapsed and the country in disarray, fatality estimates have climbed to nearly 200,000. Despite the carnage, it appears that the world’s efforts have begun to have some […]

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12.29.09

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The Most Popular Photos, Videos, and Stories of 2009

Every year we take a long, reflective look at what flourished and what withered on SurferMag.com in hopes of better serving our viewership. As we’ve come to find out, one thing we can expect from our viewers is consistency. You want sex. You want freakishly huge waves. And more disturbingly, you want shark attacks. While […]

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12.21.09

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Why It's Impossible To Quit Surfing

I’ve always wondered how you quit surfing. I know it’s possible; I just don’t think I could do it. I’ve seen others drop the sport without much struggle, yet I’m not sure I quite understand the circumstances or physiology required to walk away from the ocean. In Stephen Kotler’s West Of Jesus: Surfing, Science and […]

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12.14.09

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Five Favorite Foods of the North Shore

Yes, the waves, wipeouts, and hyperbole of winter on the North Shore are alluring. Few things please a surfer more than warm water and gaping barrels, but they say the true way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and for this reason, we pay homage to the foods of the North Shore – […]

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12.8.09

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Greg Long Wins Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau

San Clemente, California native Greg Long surmounted a miraculous come-from-behind victory to defeat fellow finalists Kelly Slater, Sunny Garcia, Bruce Irons, and Ramon Navarro to win the 2009 Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau at Waimea Bay Ramon Navarro claimed the Monster Big Drop Award. Stay tuned for full story, photos, and video.

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12.7.09

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Supporting Kehau Sullivan

Last night SURFER headed to Breakers in Haleiwa to partake in a fundraiser benefitting Pancho Sullivan’s daughter Kehau. Kehau was born with a rare heart condition, and the party rallied the surf community’s support – helping to defray costs for expensive medical bills. The surfing family runs deep, and a night of good vibes and […]

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