Surf Craft at Mingei

surf craft at mingei

San Diego is home to a surf museum, but this summer, surf craft has taken over another museum in the heart of our beloved Balboa Park (that’s where our largest museum institutions live). The Mingei International Museum, a two-story gallery who’s mission is to showcase folk art, craft and design from outside of the traditional…

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Making It: Saint Archer Beer

Saint Archer Beer

If you don’t live in Southern California, this post might make you sad or jealous or at the very least, thirsty. But if you have Instagram and follow any number of professional action sports athletes, you probably already know what we’re talking about. Saint Archer Beer is a new craft beer company that is owned…

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40 Travel Tips That Are Simply Brilliant


We all have our secret little travel tips — roll instead of fold, stick bottles inside of shoes to save space, always bring a change of clothes in a carry on. These are like ancient family secrets but the website Distractify has compiled a list that took us by surprise. These 40 travel tips are…

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Working to Solve the Food Problem


Our former intern Vanessa Ratjen has picked up and moved her life into a van that she’s driving all over the southern hemisphere. From the road, she’s finding inspiring people and asking them about how they make it work, that whole committing-your-life-to-a-greater-cause thing. She documenting everything on her blog Awesome-istic. From time to time, we’ll republish some…

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Voting Continues for Byron Bay Surf Festival

byron bay surf shorts competition

The Byron Bay Surf Festival’s online shorts competition is going strong, but they need more filmmakers like you to submit your work. At stake is up to $10,000 in cash and prizes from GoPro and more sponsors. So enter your film now! Check out the competition here: ENTER and VOTE - 1. Soulsticio: Wize words…

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Woman Dances with Tiger Sharks – The Inside Story


Watch this amazing video and then read on for our interview with the diver, Hannah.  Tell us your background in diving amongst marine life I used to go to the library to research where I could find mermaids in real life. I created my first mermaid tail with the help of my mom when I…

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Gary Parker: Sea Stoked


Globetrotter artist and WAVES for development  By Alejandra Romo Marquez Gary Parker, is a Graphic Designer and Australian Photographer. He grew up in the hills around Melbourne, Australia. Now he lives in Victoria, Canada, but he travels the world working on his online magazine “Sea Stoke”, surfing and volunteering for amazing causes. I never met…

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Gerry Lopez and Rory Russell at Uluwatu


For your Friday viewing pleasure.

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