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[fb_like] Interview: James Ravenel of OnWax Media
"Unless you have worked in a surf shop and handled the ordering of surf films you probably haven’t heard of James Ravenel. It might surprise you then that he is one of the most important men in the surf film industry at the moment."
We really enjoyed this piece on surf film making and the digital age. Surf films have always been a key source of stoke for us; our window to the world of possibility; of uncrowded waves and new adventures - TSN Staff
| [fb_like] Rasta in Hawaii
For the sake of differsity, this winter the ukulele-toting Dave Rastovich took a slightly different line along the 7 Mile Miracle and decided to rip some of the lesser populated yet super fun waves that can be found along the North Shore. That is before returning back to Backdoor and scratching into a couple of bombs, just because he can.
You'll want to make sure and watch this in full screen!
| [fb_like] Jocko's Passing
Surfers Funerals are different than any other.... On this special day it was not about being sad... It was about being happy and the good energy everyone brought to the beach that day.... Turning the corner at the sand dune you could see it was glassy shoulder high and GOOD!!! I mean REALLY GOOD!!!! Mid way through the paddle out... Right before the ashes were spread it turned offshore !!!! it was amazing!!!! What a way to send off a loved one..... Aloha Jocko!!!! Thanks for the amazingly special day!!!!!!!!
Jocko is a beloved Texas Coastal bend surfer. RIP - Jocko
The memorial paddle out was held on May 12, 2012 at Horace Caldwell Pier in Port Aransas, TX.