The Surfers Journal
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Coming to grips with the new Malibu surfer.
Youth is short, surfing is long. Finesse is required.
A single wave reverbs across the landscape of time and space.
Increased connectivity and limitless “sharing” finds a coastal hideaway not just blown out, but downright dangerous.
A Filipino breakfast in the teeth of Typhoon Lando.
Time is money, as they say, but it’s really worth even more. That’s where surfing comes in.
In the face of high art, one surfer finds his humble place.
After a year of riding waves every day, one surfer decided to keep going.
An ex-surfer and award-winning writer remains focused on the deep.
Privacy is dead. Technology is king. Resistance is futile.
When it comes to beach access, let’s just agree to disagree with ourselves.
Faced with a terminal condition, what solace can surfing really offer?
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