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Visit the heart of Australian slab surfing with 16-year-old tube hunter Russell Bierke. Step 100 years into history in Virginia Beach, an East Coast surf citadel. Go into untapped Indo with photographer Brad Masters. And explore the creative pairing between George Greenough and Pink Floyd. Our December/January offering rounds out the 23rd volume of TSJ with a collection of profiles, spot checks, and backstories documenting the varied edges of our culture.

The dirt road snaked past 20-foot-high cacti caught permanently in a hold-up stance, their arms reaching for the sun. We kept driving. An hour...

In a conversation with Andrew Kidman, Neal Purchase Jr. cites influences on his surfing and shaping that range from Marvin Foster to Wayne Deane...

In most cases, looking at the 1960s surf photography of Bob Weeks also means viewing the only existing record of some enviable days along...

At most Southern California pointbreaks, it’s either equipment or timing that provide the necessary crowd separation to tilt a session from...

Details: Located between Las Flores and Punta Mango, Villa Majague is a stunning oceanfront home sitting on just under an acre, with two bedrooms, two full baths, a brand new kitchen....

In issue 23.6 of TSJ, photographer Brad Masters gives readers a tour of his preferred Indo hideouts. By far the least inviting of those waves is...

One of the draws of the Outer Banks (along with its hollow, beachbreak thump) is its ability to spread the wealth. With miles of sandbars,...

George Greenough’s film Echoes (1972)—on which the story I wrote for issue 23.6 of TSJ focuses—with its Pink Floyd soundtrack,...

As surfers continue to push the limits of what’s considered rideable—from super-sized Cloudbreak to a number of Australian slabs that were...

Donald Takayama (left) and David Nuuhiwa (right) left Hawaii for California in 1957 and 1961 respectively. They were both just kids at the time....