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The North LA Pulse is a monthly feature highlighting the top performers of each swell as seen through the lens of photographer Justin Mehren. By Justin Mehren September kicked off with a solid pulse of...

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“There was a rumor on the beach of a Dennis Jarvis sighting” by: Eddie Solt Lack of surf forced the postponement of the sixth and final South Bay Boardriders Club contest, which had been scheduled...

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Hap Jacobs got word of Bob’s passing while vacationing in Hawaii, the same way he heard about Billy’s. by: Eddie Solt “There’s a Catamaran with a big Body Glove Logo on it in front of...

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Photos by Kiyo Okada of classicwaves-usa.blogspot.com by: Eddie Solt A couple of Aussies, the Japanese, some rowdy South Bayzikians, a San Diegan, and a whole lot of Southern Californians from the beach cities and inland...

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Shots by Mike Balzer Surf Photographer, Mike Balzer’s been using this vantage point for success since the 80s. Here’s a few shots from an insanely warm May.  DZ...

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June 15th 2013, South Side Manhattan Beach Pier All Photos by David Perkins of  perkandpearl.com by: Eddie Solt With the spikers chasing a predictable rubber ball in in their domain of a 60-foot x 30-foot rectangle...

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All Photos by Mark Kawakami by Eddie Solt “I don’t like that surfin’ shit. Rock and roll’s been going down hill ever since Buddy Holly died,” said the young John Milner played by Paul Le...

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  [Updated Wednesday, June 19] by: Kevin Cody Sunday morning at 4:30 a.m. Bob Meistrell was on the deck of his 72-foot, twin diesel Disappearance, preparing to cast off from his Cherry Cove mooring at...

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by Dave Hall Twenty years after the end of El Salvador’s brutal civil war, the tropical, Central American country’s black, volcanic beaches and right point breaks have made it a destination for surfers from around...

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Topanga Dayz by: Peter “PT” Townend In 1972, on the heals of 10 days in San Diego competing in the ISA World Surfing Championships with the Australian Surfing Team, I befriended film-maker Hal Jepsen. After...

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