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Inside Leigh Wiener’s photo vault.
Hollow points, The Pearl of the Antilles, and more.
The definitive waterman on his adrenaline-junkie beginnings, his Millennium Wave, and more.
The Beastie Boy on how he found his way to surfing, risk-taking, and the making of “Sabotage.”
Guest edited by Huntington Beach fixture, pro skateboarder, and artistic multi-hyphenate Ed Templeton.
The surfer-shaper-writer-critic on surfing “then” versus “now,” and how to keep riding waves interesting in mid-life and beyond.
The charger on the possibility of a big-wave gene, the joys of the single-fin gun, and sexism in the lineup.
The electric freesurfer on the benefits of irony and self-deprecation, being recognized in the grocery store, and more.
Take a cruise through Town and Country with Oahu’s self-proclaimed “funtographer.”
The award-winning author on surfing and addiction, the double-edged nature of the surfing life, and meditation.
A sampling of friends, rivals, witnesses, and other notables on Nuuhiwa’s influence and persona.
The Dogtowner on the surf-skate connection, the power of the “I am going to crush you” spirit, and knock-kneed style.
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.
Quietly forceful, Joey Hamasaki was an Ala Moana beacon.
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