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In our first issue of 2015 we island hop from a French rock in the Atlantic to the crumbling colonial manses of French Polynesia. We also visit the Pacific coast of a remote Indonesian atoll, the cedar forests of Vancouver Island, and then return to more continental-based matters in North Africa, Australia, and the Golden State. The subject matter is as diverse as the geography. Full disclosure of the contents within.

Nearly 15 years ago, we ran an article that followed Chris Malloy, photographer Seth Stafford, and North Shore lifeguards Todd Sells and Jeff...

In issue 24.1 of TSJ, writer Chas Smith reports back from a stay at Raimana Van Bastolaer’s house in Tahiti. As the unofficial mayor of Teahupoo,...

Photographer Bruce Jamieson turns his back on the less desirable elements at Blacks—the crowds and sneak sets from the Canyon—and aims his lens at...

Details: Situated on over six acres of meticulously groomed grounds with over 500 feet of beachfront and swaying palms lies this private bungalow style retreat.  This secluded oasis is...

"I love every thing about it, especially the colors made by the mixing of sun and water. I guess you could say that I go to the ocean to see God...

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....