Surfing legends want U.S. Open to return to the—you know—surfing
Heralded as one of the greatest surfing films of all time, Greg MacGillivray and Jim Freeman's laid back Five Summer Stories is not really a collection of five summer stories but a cinematic time capsule of the surfing sights and sounds of the early 1970s. It gets a retrospective screening with a pa ... More >>
Hobart "Hobie" Alter was born and raised in Ontario, but he will forever be known for what came out of his mind and hands from his summers at the family home in Laguna Beach, where his tinkering in the garage led to a balsawood surfboard and later, in his first surf shop in Dana Point, a foam-and-fi ... More >>
This summer, the Surfers' Hall of Fame in Huntington Beach will add to its ranks a big-wave surfing pioneer, an AAP World Tour veteran and one of HB's local legends. George Downing, Taylor Knox and Chuck Linnen will be enshrined on the sidewalk in front of Huntington Surf & Sport at a ce ... More >>
Start working out those eyeballs, Orange County. This fall is going to be given over to back-to-back film festivals, the first a returner to Huntington Beach and the second an inaugural run in Anaheim. Both events will give significant screen time to the works of local filmmakers, from students t ... More >>
Crime sceneFour of the six most crime-infested state parks are in Orange County, and each is a state beach. Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area near Pismo Beach logged by far the highest number of crime calls in 2009 with nearly 6,000. Lake Perris State Recreation Area near Riverside ha ... More >>
How boardshorts were born at Kanvas By Katin
Surfing the Ranch with Dana Brown and "Wingnut" Weaver
Isnt that sad?
And use a kook cord!