The surfer's workout
X Games, Gibson guitars and Crash Mansion's woes
These guys want to get laid and get somewhere
The power of the X Games, especially on TV
The Fifth Annual Doo Dah Surf Day
Is that a Bart on your shoe?
Elk Gallery show at the Regency Hotel
Best place for your inner child to do backflips
Arbor boards promise to improve your performance
Four-wheelers do it just as fast
How the hood rats in Wassup Rockers learned to skate, rock, turn their world upside down . . . and give Larry Clark the biggest wedgie of his life
The sanctioned Miki Dora
Every surfer’s dream... and nightmare
Surf industry in uproar at closing of major supplier
When disaster struck, washed-out pro surfer Matt George didn’t ask permission to start saving people. Now he can’t stop
Could the best surf shop be in the Valley?
Comedian Paul Rodriguez and his skateboarding son, Paulie, are rich and famous. But where would they be without Pablo?
Director Catherine Hardwicke on being the Lady of Dogtown
Lords of Dogtown plays it down and pretty
They left behind the world of competitive surfing and big-money contracts to get back to the roots of classic surfing. They might just save the sport.
Shaun White and the X Games come of age
Riding Giants puts the history of big-wave riding on the big screen
Surfing, sundry subcultures and the serendipitous Super X Combine
It’s Little League versus skateboarders in Highland Park
Surfing The Ranch with Step Into Liquid’s Dana Brown and Endless Summer’s “Wingnut” Weaver
Visit one of Southern California’s wildest and most famous surf spots — before it gets bulldozed for a toll road
Surf's up, down, all over Laguna
Frying with Fu Manchu
An interview with Jay Adams
A quarter-century later, the Zephyr Competition Skate Team still rules