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Redefining what it means to be a good surfer

Environment

The Core: Surfrider, Massachusetts

Core members of Surfrider Massachusetts protecting our coast.  Topics of discussion include beach cleanups, Gloucester, The Bottle Bill, Tuesday’s fundraiser at Flatbreads, and tomorrows tide prediction.

In the Millions: These Aren’t Frisbees on New England Beaches

Plastic discs are the ultimate beach accessory.  Toss one to a girl, to your dog, or your homie with a mustache, and they’ll know exactly what to do.  Unfortunately, frisbees

The P-Word

I almost feel bad for plastic.  With catchy terms like ‘bag bans’, ‘bottle bills’, and ‘BPA’ thrown around as freely as the stuff itself, plastic is an easy scapegoat for

Shark Encounter in Malibu, Almost Overlooked

Over the last year we’ve been reminded (perhaps more than necessary) that sharks pose a clear and present danger.  Videos like “Me, my shark and I” by Chuck Patterson, touristy

33 Miles West of Jerusalem

Plastic bottles trace the shoreline, the crowd scurries the peak, and a (Billabong plastered) hippy bus make it similar to other surf destinations.  I’m taking a mental note: bring a

Follow Up: SEA Paddle NYC.

It was on a whim and in the midst of a cold-brewed coffee-high that I committed to paddling 28 miles around New York City for SEA Paddle NYC.  After all,