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RIP: Greg Noll

RIP: Greg Noll

After a life very well lived, Greg Noll, big-wave pioneer, filmmaker, industry leader and inspiration to many, has passed away. “It is with a heavy heart the Noll family announces the death of our patriarch, Greg Noll. Greg died of natural causes on Monday June...
RIP: Joe Quigg

RIP: Joe Quigg

We bid a deep aloha and farewell to our dear friend and lifelong inspiration Joe Quigg.  Born in Los Angeles in 1925, his contributions to the sport and culture of wave-riding over his near century in the water are vast forever altered the course of surfing. Highly...
Cedar Sliders And The Aloha Lumber Company

Cedar Sliders And The Aloha Lumber Company

In 1902, experienced lumberman and mill operator George Emerson began construction of a new sawmill south of the Quinault Indian reservation, which is just south of the vast Olympic National Park and National Forest, on the west coast of the state of Washington....
How Three Girls From New Jersey Changed The Game

How Three Girls From New Jersey Changed The Game

Back in the late ‘60s and throughout most of the ’70s, three young women helped shape the future of women’s pro surfing, and all three grew up within eight miles of each other in southern New Jersey. It began with phenom Barbie Belyea in Ocean City. Her contest...