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In our midyear offering, we visit the past and present of one of the best waves in Indonesia, peel through the archives of Australian film and mag progenitor Bob Evans, and jump on modern expeditions in Madagascar, Central America, and New Zealand. We also load the well with the coastal output of Long Island artist Scott Bluedorn, some wordplay from a National Endowment for the Arts fellow, and a selection of road shots from TSJ regular Jamie Brisick.

“This was late fall in New Jersey on the first of five days of fun surf,” says photographer Seth Stafford. “Conditions were perfect yet...

Description: An opportunity exists to purchase 2873 sqm of pristine beachfront, free hold land on Palau Simeulue in North Sumatra (Aceh). The property will be sold as a land and building...

As surfers have come to scrutinize their boards down to mere fractions of an inch, it’s difficult to ignore the question of what role math plays...

"There is no other way to see and comprehend the mechanics and magnitude of Donkey Bay, Namibia, than from the air," says photographer Alan Van...

Before the charter boats, before the land camps, before Macaronis was even called Macaronis, a surfer named Chris Goodnow made his way to the...

In addition to wild mustangs, this barrier island in the southern Outer Banks used to be home to a world-class shore break. The setup, seen here,...

No matter the focus of his writing, David Morris tends to stake out a point of view that’s distinct from popular opinion. In his travel...

Faces from The Boardroom: (top) Maurice Cole, Rusty Preisendorfer, Jeff Ho, Gene Cooper...

Due to the relatively fickle surf conditions, Madagascar is an easy destination to overlook. But author Andy Davis’ recent trip there offers a...

As professionalism, market shares, media attention, sponsorships, and highly organized competition took hold in the late 1980s, certain sub-...