Can the enfant terrible's harsh words and crisp moves reform the corporatized surf scene dominated by Orange County's action-sports industry?
Photo: Tom CozadClay Crandal: from cover boy to sponsored surfer.Remember the guy on the yellowish-orange board who appeared to be dropping down the face of the Weekly's aquamarine cover a few weeks ago (see right)? That was Clay Crandal. He's just 18 and not much frightens him. While most of us ... More >>
Jacob Kahn/OC WeeklyWhat'd you miss this weekend? We attended the OC Music Awards Live Band Finals, caught Stone Temple Pilots at the Fox, Glassjaw at the Glass House and Infected Mushroom at the City National Grove of Anaheim. On Sunday, we headed out to the Huntington Beach Pier to help pay tri ... More >>
surfingwalkoffame.comAmerican surfing and snowboarding lost one of its most influential behind-the-bright-lights figures on February 14. In essence, Chuck Allen was responsible for giving the amateur versions of the two action sports a central identity. In 1977, he co-founded the Nationa ... More >>
[2010 U.S. Open of Surfing] Six more locals to root for
Twin physicians again surfing in U.S. Open