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The Art of Jerry Cibilic. From TSJ 4.2.
A drug peddler cuts a deal with The Dead Boys in the seaside town of Beachton in this piece of short surf fiction set in…
Bear and Nick Mirandon, the discoveries of the pioneers, and the charting of new surfing frontiers.
After 15 years of committed Indo barrel hunting, the author faces an age-old dilemma.
The Bob Cooper Story
A Short Tribute
California’s Golden Boy David Eggers had it all, until he didn’t. Now he’s found something like grace in the desert.
An interview with Greg Noll and Brock Little.
Echoes and the magical pairing of Pink Floyd and George Greenough. A revisitation from TSJ 23.6.
Alex Israel’s artwork blurs the lines between fine art, superficiality, and appropriations of surf.
Animator and surfer Stephen Hillenburg’s brainchild made his debut around a Baja campfire. Knowing the artist’s background, that should come as no surprise.
Our finless traveler communes with the “lighthouse keepers” of surfing authenticity—Italian style. Pulled from TSJ 21.1.
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