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    directed: joe g. cinematography: scott soens, rick jakovich, joe g. editing & post: george manzanilla art direction: herb george

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    • Amuse Society Pop-Up Pool Party

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      Amuse Society, SurferxBlood and SunBum held a poolside social with California’s new breed of taste-makers at The Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles this past weekend to kick off the summer swimsuit season in style. Los Angeles’s very own Tony Adams, founder of Chit Chat records, filled the warm air with familiar rock, soul and groove setting the stage for Legendary songwriter, artist and former Calvin Klein model, Jennifer Herrema to DJ with her band mates the Blackbananas. Athletes, musicians, artists, bloggers and models from California’s top agencies mingled, munched bites, received gift bags from Amuse Society and sun bathed with complementary skincare product provided by SunBum. VIP guests including Duff and Susan Mckagan, model Helen Owen, Marianna Hewitt and bloggers Amy Pham, Jennyluvs of E!, Jill of Little Back Boots, Thania Peck, Nalia of Naliainvogue and many more danced, swam and enjoyed each others company; many wearing their favorite pieces from Amuse Society’s newest collection available at many fine brick and morder retailers, at online retailers, as well as www.amusesociety.com. Song: The Go-Go's "Our lips are Sealed" Event Production: Morgan Pharoh + SurferxBlood Video Production: Ryan Aylsworth www.amusesociety.com www.surferxblood.com www.trustthebum.com www.thehollywoodroosevelt.com

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      • April Issue 2011 Surfing Magazine

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        Here’s an idea: Let’s never go back. Seriously, let’s kick off this strange decade by promising to skip “Hawaii season” next year. I mean, what do we all flock there for anyway? Is it because of the big waves? It is, right? It’s the waves…it must be. I just find it funny that for the other 46 weeks of the year we all go to great lengths to avoid clogging each other’s lineups, but come late fall, we chuck it all out the window and we go to Hawaii…together. The rest of the year we’ll lie to our best friends. Smoke-bomb our own families. Bail on work. Risk relationships. Drive hundreds of miles on a wild whim of fun waves and an empty lineup. But once November comes, like some bad Pavlovian surf remix, we all book peak-fare tickets and board full planes and show up en masse at the same stretch of beach on the North Shore of Oahu. For a lot of us, it’s ingrained in our DNA. Winter = Go to Hawaii. Don’t ask no questions. We’re like a flock of seabirds in a perfect flying V aimed straight at the islands. Lemmings with board bags on our way to ride the Pipeline, eat at Lei Lei’s, golf, surf, get sunburned, turn around mid-December and go home. Which is obviously just when things get good, but that’s something few of us realize because we stick to our routine. Just look at how often it pumps in January for proof. I’ve just never been one who likes to go through the motions, and Hawaii is starting to feel like a motion. Or maybe it’s because I’m not one for the big, perfect waves. Whatever the reason, I feel that in order for this sport/lifestyle/ancient tradition etc. to trail-blaze into a fresh little decade, we’re going to need change. And as someone who’s been watching the mean and nasty Pipeline spit on my heroes since I was a kid, I think we should start here. As of right now, I’ve been going to Hawaii for seven years, and I still haven’t quite been able to emulate Kelly at Backdoor like I thought I would as a kid. And this bothers me. I’m thinking that if we all just spread out a bit, I might have a chance. I mean, take this issue for example: most of the photographs in this issue are from a piece of reef about 100 yards across. We call it “Hawaii Season,” but “PBO Month” would be more accurate: Pipe, Backdoor and Off the Wall. The rest ends up a footnote. So, fellow haoles, I think it’s time we beat it. And for those of you with me, you might wanna put this magazine down now, ‘cause there are a lot of photos in here that are going to make you think going back to Hawaii is a good idea. I’ll just stop you there and suggest you go do something else. Watch Jeopardy!. Dye some Easter eggs. Write a letter to Obama. Anything but gaze at the following pages. And remember: Don’t go to Hawaii next year. None of us are. It’s canceled. We’re taking a stand for originality — all for one, divided we fall, strength in numbers, and all that noise. Done. (Sigh.) See you there. F–kin’ Hawaii. —Travis Ferré

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        • ASL iPad Ad

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          The second edition of Surfing Life is available to download via iTunes...

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          • BEHIND THE LENS with Dan Merkel

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            Dan Merkel is the legendary photographer who captured surfings most memorable images throughout the 1970's. Dan then went on in his career winning an EMMY as well as shooting on such classic movies as "Big Wednesday". I had a chance to follow Dan in NYC after Premiering the film "Lost & Found" with his camera while he photographed shooting his new love of panoramic images. Dan Merkel is a PHOTOGRAPHER. Dan is represented by Jeff Hall of A-Frame photo

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            • Big and Tall Sound Tracks

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              Some of the best Big Wave Surfers of the moment share their musical inspiration at the Billabong XXL Awards. Directed By: Steve Sherman Editing By: Kevin Longwell

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              • Big Wednesday, Maui Style!

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                The XXL swell arrives on Maui and the worlds top big wave riders test their abilities at Peahi, A.K.A "Jaws". Albee Layer put on a clinic catching the first wave of the day than nabbed the only in and out barrel. Other standouts were Shaun Walsh, Matt Meola, Ian Walsh Nathan Fletcher, Kohl Christenson, Francisco Porcella, Kai Lenny, Shane Dorian, Jeff Rowley, Makua Rothman, Greg Long, Garret Mcnamara and Dave Wassel who grabbed one of the biggest waves ever paddled into at Peahi. The Peahi Surf Media movie is on the way. Filmed by: Wangdu Hovey and Jaime Lynch, edited by: Wangdu Hovey; water support: Tide & Kiva Rivers

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                • Billabong ISA Games Opening Ceremony 2011

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                  2011 Billabong ISA Surfing Games Opening Ceremony made for Billabong's live webcast held in Playa Venao, Panama.

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                  • Black Dump Truck

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                    • Black Sapphire Sea

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                      In the Spring of 2013 three friends traveled to Sao Miguel Island, one of the nine islands of the Azores, to surf and explore. Here is what they found. A Film By: Andy Miller + Robin Moore OFFICIAL SELECTION at: Florida Surf Film Festival San Diego Surf Film Festival Surfalorus Surf Film festival Kona Surf Film Festival Honolulu Surf Film Festival Waimea Ocean Film Festival Azores Surf Center Film Fest Starring: Alex Smith, Brett Barley and Oliver Kurtz Featuring: Ricardo Ribeiro, Beau Flemister, and DJ Struntz Original Music: Robin Moore + Cameron Colbeck Azores Guide: Ricardo Ribeiro Coordinating Producer: Taylor Paul Surfing Magazine feature author: Beau Flemister Still Photography: DJ Struntz Special Thanks: Taylor Paul SATA Airlines Nuno Puim Marco Silva Visit Azores Rui Amen Jayme Simoes Ricardo Ribeiro Carlos Rodrigues Clube Naval De Ponta Delgada Alex Trebby Plus M Productions 2013 http://plusmproductions.com/

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