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The Best, and Only, Surfboard Ding Repairman in Montauk
Montauk-based publication The Usual interviews the town's only surfboard ding repairman, Jimmy “Is My Board Done Yet” Goldberg.
The Man at the Helm of Surfing’s Greatest Magazines
We spoke with Brendon Thomas, the past Editor-in-Chief of SURFER Magazine and current Director of Operations at The Surfer's Journal, about his new job, how surf coverage has changed and what he has to look forward to.
6 Quick Ways to Protect Your Surfboard from Damage
A surfboard is an investment, and you should treat it that way. Here are the most common ways a surfboard can be damaged, and how to protect your board against them.
Postcard: Wreckage at Sunset
A wreck on the shore of Antigua offers some thought-provoking scenery as the sun goes down.
This Week in Sports and Outdoors: July 30, 2015
Shooting the best-ever mountain bike video, blockbuster soccer trades, Boston's Olympic bid and more.
Maia Leppo’s Eight-Year Journey for “Love”
Could you wait nearly a decade to tell your significant other "I love you?" This woman did.
To Understand Wine, Start with the Grape
How does wine get its color, texture, sugar, acid and -- uh -- other things? A wine expert explains.
Today in Gear: July 30, 2015
A revolutionary messenger bag is Peak Designs' latest, Word. Notebooks calls to the mountains, LAX comes to your living room and more.
5 Heritage Surf Brands, from Head to Toe
The '60s and '70s are described as the golden age of surfing, when the entire California coast donned baggies and "Baja" hoodies . These are the style brands that keep the tradition alive.