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EIGHTEENTH Annual Jetty Kid Surf Kontest Keith Noel Memorial

EIGHTEENTH Annual Jetty Kid Surf Kontest Keith Noel Memorial

What It Is: This FREE contest is a FUN event for kids and parents. We will have food and refreshments throughout the day for your enjoyment. Some contestants may receive free prizes (leashes, tee-shirts, hats, skateboards, etc.) in addition to grand prizes of surfboards, wet-suits, and board bags for winners. How It Works: We are [...]

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If you can DVR your TV. Why can’t you DVR your Surf Cam?

If you can DVR your TV. Why can’t you DVR your Surf Cam?

Solspot introduces the first ever surf camera with 15 minute user controlled playback. Well, actually we are launching 4 of them.

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Red Stripe and Almond Board Demo

Red Stripe and Almond Board Demo

When a good idea hits, you got to move fast. So when the opportunity to combine a surf session and Red Stripe Beer we jumped at the chance. Here’s the scoop. Almond Surfboards, Red Stripe, and Solspot are doing a board demo. It’s pretty easy to get in on the action. Show up September 8th [...]

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Congratulations to Julian and Lakey for the win at the US Open – Photos by Diane Edmonds

Congratulations to Julian and Lakey for the win at the US Open – Photos by Diane Edmonds

Julian Wilson and Lakey Peterson ripping their way to big wins at the US Open of Surfing.

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WiLDCOAST’s MPA Watch Volunteer Training

WiLDCOAST’s MPA Watch Volunteer Training

Southern California’s Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) went into effect January 1st, 2012, and WiLDCOAST needs strong community support in order to ensure their success. If you like to walk on the beach, people watch, and are interested in supporting marine conservation, then this is the perfect volunteer activity for you! Join WiLDCOAST’s new citizen-science data collection [...]

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Surf Photos: Day 1 US Open of Surfing – Diane Edmonds

Surf Photos: Day 1 US Open of Surfing – Diane Edmonds

While the last couple of years the Open has had decent swell…this year seems like the “usual” conditions have returned. Fortunately the competitors rip and make the small bumpy surf looking like fun.

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Follow the Light Foundation Awards Night

Follow the Light Foundation Awards Night

The winner of the $5,000 grant will be announced during the US Open of Surfing at the Shorebreak Hotel in Huntington Beach on Tuesday July 31st. The event is open to the public and free of charge. The reception begins at 7:00PM

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Inaugural ASP 6-Star Paul Mitchell Supergirl August 9-11- Oceanside Pier

Inaugural ASP 6-Star Paul Mitchell Supergirl August 9-11- Oceanside Pier

INAUGURAL ASP 6-STAR PAUL MITCHELL SUPERGIRL PRO CONFIRMED FOR AUGUST 9 – 11 WORLD’S TOP FEMALE SURFERS GATHER IN OCEANSIDE FOR THE ONLY ASP STAR EVENT IN NORTH AMERICA Los Angeles, CA (July 17, 2012) – ASA Entertainment confirmed today that the inaugural Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) 6-Star Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro has been [...]

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What if Doho, San O, and Trestles all closed tomorrow?

What if Doho, San O, and Trestles all closed tomorrow?

What if a state park pass went up to $300 a year?   This is the concern of our friends at the San Onofre Foundation(SOF) and Doheny State Beach Interpretive Association (DSBIA). Last year our friends in the State Capital created a list of 70 state parks that were going to be closed because of budget [...]

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Take L.A. by Storm

Take L.A. by Storm

When it rains in L.A. County, millions of gallons of water flow over paved surfaces like rooftops, sidewalks, parking lots, and streets. This “urban runoff” picks up animal waste, metals, oil, toxic materials, bacteria, and pathogens, carrying them to our storm drain system to be dumped into our local rivers and beaches, usually with little [...]

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