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  • December 1 - Op-Ed /
    There’s the North Shore that we see each winter during the Triple Crown—the team houses and the Foodlands and the food trucks. Then there’s that other North Shore, the one that laid the foundations for what goes on today. That one started in 1938, when Wally Froiseth, John Kelly, Gene Smith, and Lorrin Harrison drove from Honolulu out to Sunset Beach to ride big, heavy waves on big, heavy boards. Others joined them—George Downing pioneered Laniakea; Walter Hoffman, Henry Preece, and…
    By Jamie Brisick
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  • December 11 - Op-Ed /
    In a white-walled studio at Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, a student asked about getting published. This is a common theme for writers and photographers who are just starting out—they want to see their work in print, they want validation, an audience. I found myself resorting to surf metaphor.
    By Jamie Brisick
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