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An interview with Noa Deane.
A cinematic portrait of Arthur “Toots” Anchinges and his day-to-day workings and happenings.
An exhibit of surf-art displays, lifted straight off of TSJ’s 30-year-old walls. Stroll deliberately, eye the details.
Quietly forceful, Joey Hamasaki was an Ala Moana beacon. Respected and championed by surfing’s more referenced players, her trajectory laid out a pan-Pacific surf path…
Enter our favorite travel stories from 30 years in print, no passport needed.
Contrapposto and surfing.
Time is money, as they say, but it’s really worth even more. That’s where surfing comes in.
Shane Beschen spent his professional surfing career raging against complacency. Today, he finds plenty left on tap through a blend of family and business ventures.
In 1969, Richard Nixon moved next door to Surfer magazine founder John Severson. The San Clemente beach wasn’t big enough for the both of them.
Treading the line in Morocco.
How physical templates map a surfboard’s very genome.
Grajagan’s legitimate origin story finally comes to light.
A profile of underground legend Eric Haas. From the back-files of TSJ 9.1.
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.
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