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He wasn't a resident of Huntington Beach. But standing at Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway, where tributes to Hawaiian surfer Andy Irons dominated both sides of the intersection Monday, you wouldn't know it. As far as Surf City is concerned,...
Tags: Kelly Slater, Sports, Surfing, Windsurfing
When I was growing up, scavenger hunts usually entailed frantically rushing from neighbor to neighbor asking for obscure items like colored Q-tips and, as a pre-teen, embarrassing feminine products, but apparently that is a thing of the past....
Maryland WeatherAn increasingly disorganized Ida weakened to tropical storm force overnight, but continues to pose a significant threat to the Gulf Coast and inland regions of the Southeastern U.S. After landfall, the storm could reform off Cape Hatteras as an Atlantic...
Frankly My Dear» Orlando Sentinel – Frankly My Dear“If you’re a teenager and the world doesn’t fit you, you’re totally hosed.” And if you’re making a movie about a chatty, teenaged Great Dane, you might as well give him the voice of Owen Wilson. Marmaduke, the comi...
L.A. NOWLocal and state lifeguards are warning beachgoers to exercise caution on July 4 as large ocean swells are forecast to arrive in the morning and pound south-facing shorelines through the rest of the busy beach weekend. The swells, formed by......
L.A. NOWThe big surf promised for some Southern California will begin to materialize Sunday morning. It has prompted public warnings from surf experts and lifesaving officials -- especially for those less familiar with the rhythm and power of big surf. The......
L.A. NOWEmergency rescue workers were searching Monday morning for a 31-year-old West Hollywood man who disappeared after he jumped into the ocean from the Venice Pier. Brian Patrick Dunn was "highly intoxicated" when he leaped into the water fully clothed...
Dramatic desert terrain. Unique marine habitats. Breathtaking coastal scenery. The natural world is on full and glorious display in Baja California Sur -- and in no place is that more true than Los Cabos, at the peninsula's southernmost tip....
Tags: Ecosystems, Landforms, Wildlife, Bodies of Water, Surfing
Summer vacation! The word bounces around inside my mouth with all the joy inherent in time spent away from 'normal' daily endeavors. The magic of vacation, or "holiday" to use the delightful British term, is to step away, to put down the mantle, and enjoy...
Sentinel Staff WriterNortheast Florida's Amelia Island, an Atlantic Ocean barrier island, is like a family-friendly Key West minus the wild street parties and torrid heat -- and with better beaches. The town on the island, Fernandina Beach, a laid-back old shrimping village,...
Times Staff WriterWe're like kids on Christmas. Up before dawn, too excited to sleep, we tear into the huge canvas bags that have carried our flotilla of surfboards to the other side of the world. In the darkness, we rip off the bubble wrap and toss aside the beach towels...
With innovative board sports growing -- think snowboarding, wakeboarding, kiteboarding -- it makes sense that the granddaddy of them all wouldn't stand still. Skateboarding, developed in the 1950s among surfers who wanted to "surf the streets" in their...
Tags: Sports, Windsurfing, Snowboarding
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