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Epic South Swell Video from Taylor Ivison of VERB TV

Adriano De Souza, Brad Gerlach, and Joel Tudor During South Swell from VERB TV

September 2011 saw an epic south swell originating from New Zealand and producing amazing surf for regions such as Tavarua, Tahiti, Hawaii South Shore, Central America, Mainland Mexico, and Southern California.   Taylor Ivison, videographer and Verb TV producer, captured [...]

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Drew Brophy Surf Artist
Graphic by John Cocozza Photography

Drew Brophy – Surf Artist Profile

When is the last time you surfed? A couple days ago at Lowers in San Clemente.  Two sessions, Cottons in the morning, Lowers in the afternoon. When did you start surfing and who got you started? My older brother Tommy [...]

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Save Trestles

Save Trestles

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15. Save Trestles Team

The Save Trestles team alone defies the greasy old stereotype about lazy, water-logged surfers whose idea of community service is taking a shower every now and then. Once upon a time, a wicked government agency called the Transportation Corridor Agency [...]

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Tell the California Coastal Commission to Save Trestles

San Onofre State Beach and the famed surf at Trestles are under threat by the proposed Foothill-South toll road.  The California Coastal Commission has an opportunity to protect these precious open spaces and coastal resources in October.  Let them know [...]

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Save Trestles

SAVE TrestlesIn an effort to alleviate chronic traffic problems along Interstate 5 through southern Orange County, the Transportation Corridors Agency (TCA), a “public-private” agency has proposed the construction of the 241 Toll Road Freeway that would connect with the 5 [...]

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San Diego Doesn’t Want to Save Trestles

If public opinion reflects leadership, then the San Diego City Council’s decision not to ratify a resolution opposed to the 241 Toll Road — the “Highway from Hell” that prompted the SAVE TRESTLES campaign — affirmed that San Diegans don’t [...]

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Trestles, North San Diego County, California: Last chance for icon

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