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Evan Mock on surfing, skating, and high fashion. From TSJ 29.4.
Ryan Bingham on cutting his musical teeth in rodeo trailers and honky-tonks, picking up surfing on a hungover morning in wind-slopped Corpus Christi, and the…
On breaking a contest mindset, the benefits of a non-surf interests, and the happy accidents and perspective-shifting of self-shaping.
On twin-fins in big surf, skimboards at pointbreaks, and the “immutable laws” of surfboard design.
Heavy reefs, Russian ballerinas, and the incongruous crossovers between surf and combat photography.
The world-renowned chef on his post-surf palate, Tijuana’s overlapping wave-riding and culinary orbits, and the smoke of Baja gastronomy.
Will the last Dogtowner please turn out the lights?
“I’m still alive, still cranking. In certain areas, I’ve never felt so relevant.”
“There’s no ‘understanding’ in surfing. To me, there’s just looking and doing.”
Discussing coastal noir and the overlapping worlds of vice and surf with the acclaimed author/surfer.
“They sensed the lunatics were running the asylum and saw the power that we had.”
“Parties? Yeah, we had parties. Lots of ’em. And yes they were out of control on occasion.”
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