See the update at the end of page 2 on last weekend's Surfing Heritage Vintage Surf Auction raising $680,000 and other event details.ORIGINAL POST, MAY 9, 2 P.M.: The Surfing Heritage & Cultural Center in San Clemente is putting "some of the world's most rare and iconic surf memorabilia" up for ... More >>
The Surfing Heritage Foundation (SHF) has a bunch of old and historic surfboards. They lines the walls and racks of the gallery room, which is located in San Clemente. Some are made of wood, some fiberglass. One belonged to Laird Hamilton, another is emblazoned with a swastika (it's actually a lo ... More >>
Turn on the weepy, string ensemble music: It's time for us to look back on the year that (almost) was and remember some of the figures from Orange County who have left us. There was unexpected tragedy, there were some suspicious circumstances, there were rich legacies... there's even the possibil ... More >>
by John GilhooleyHuntington Beach native and surfing legend Chris Hawk passed away at home in San Clemente October 23rd, finally succumbing to oral cancer after a long fight with the disease.
Hawk played a key role in creating Huntington Beach's surf culture in the 1960s and 1970s. He won nati ... More >>
Huntington Beach native and surfing legend Chris Hawk will be inducted into the Surfers' Hall of Fame this Friday, September 18. Along with his brothers, Chris played a key role in creating Huntington Beach's surf culture in the 1960s and 1970s.
He won national renown for his surfboard shaping, a sk ... More >>
We love KOCE-TV Channel 50, watch it for television genius (and Orange County Business Journal editor) Rick Reiff's wonderful coif, the in-depth author interviews conducted by Maria Hall-Brown, and the Register-friendly worldview of Real Orange. So it pains us to discover that KOCE president Mel Rog ... More >>