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  • Haakenson: Oakley seeking top high school surfers

    The Oakley Surf Shop Challenge has come up with a new twist to its concept of team surfing competitions, and this one will feature some of the best high school surfers in the area. The Oakley Orange County High School Surf Team Challenge will be held...
  • Haakenson: Newport Harbor takes top spot in Surf Team Challenge

    Haakenson: Newport Harbor takes top spot in Surf Team Challenge
    Ten high school surf teams. One winner. They held the Oakley High School Surf Team Challenge last Saturday at 54th Street in Newport Beach, a new aspect of Oakley's Surf Shop Challenge series, featuring Orange County's top high school surfers. The event...
  • Greer's OC: Each item like a small piece of history

    Yoki Shop recently relocated to a new store in Newport Beach on the Coast Highway. The shop is the brainchild of its owner and founder, Jeff Yokoyama, a longtime surf industry veteran who designs Generic Youth, Yoki's Garden and Pidgin Orange clothing...
  • Joe Surf: It's been a sweet ride on the Hamboard

    Surely you've seen those blond kids riding them down along the strand in Huntington. Kind of like a surfboard, but not a surfboard. Kind of like a skateboard, but not a skateboard. Maybe "skurfboard" would have been appropriate, but not as far as Pete...
  • Joe Surf: Hundreds paddle out to remember Surfline.com founder

    A couple hundred people paddled out on the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier Sunday while hundreds more lined the pier or stood on the sand to honor Surfline.com founder Sean Collins, who died of a heart attack Dec. 26. Collins' two sons, Tyler and...
  • Joe Surf: 'The ride still continues' for Chuck Linnen

     Joe Surf: 'The ride still continues' for Chuck Linnen
    Legendary surfer Jack Haley taught him how to shoot the pier. In turn, he taught Corky Carroll to shoot the pier. You might call it surfing's version of "pay it forward," but for Huntington Beach's Chuck Linnen, it was simply a way of life. Linnen...
  • Greer's OC: Good times on the Deck

    A new beachfront dining experience just launched at the Deck at Pacific Edge Hotel in Laguna Beach. It's the place to enjoy casual beach fare and fresh cocktails, watch surfers or kick back in a cabana while getting a massage. Chef Michael Ingrino...
  • Surfers' mark is made in H.B.

    Surfers' mark is made in H.B.
    Chuck Linnen's name has long been famous around Huntington Beach. Now, it may take an earthquake — or two — to remove it. Linnen, a longtime Huntington Beach surfer, pressed his hands and feet into wet cement Friday morning at this year's...
  • In The Pipeline: Paddling 26 miles for one little girl's sight

    About 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Drew Kenny arrived at the Huntington Beach Pier. How did he get there? On a stand-up paddleboard. Where did he leave from? Catalina Island. Just what would inspire the 42-year-old Huntington Beach consultant to paddle 26 miles?...
  • Joe Surf: Surf Walk of Fame inductees show their grit, goodness

    The Surfing Walk of Fame held its 18th annual induction ceremony last week during the U.S. Open of Surfing, welcoming six new members who made their mark in the surfing world. They're still making a mark, and I'm not just talking about the granite...
  • Huntington soon to swell with surfing

    Huntington soon to swell with surfing
    The glow of the spotlight bathed two local favorites in a warm embrace a year ago. Whose turn will it be to shine center stage this time? The answer begins to reveal itself Saturday, the day the U.S. Open of Surfing gets underway at the Huntington...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Surf legend gets fitting farewell

    Growing up on the beaches of Laguna Beach, I have always thought of the surfing community as one large family — not always happy, but more importantly, one that will come together when needed and necessary. Just like it did once again for Joe Epps'...