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Joe Quigg: Design Alternatives (part 1)

Joe Quigg: Design Alternatives (part 1)

Born in Los Angeles in 1925, Joe Quigg ranks among one of the most important surfers and surfboard builders of the modern era. Growing up in Santa Monica, he first took to the water when he was only four years old, building himself a crude billboard. By the time he...
Early La Jolla Days: The Bob Insinger Story

Early La Jolla Days: The Bob Insinger Story

Born in 1924, Bob Insinger landed in La Jolla in 1929 when his mother and step-father built the first home above the bay north of Bird Rock. By 1937, Insinger had found his way into the ocean and entrenched himself as one of a handful of La Jolla surfers. Riding...
Lost LA: SHACC Featured On KCET

Lost LA: SHACC Featured On KCET

In the making of this episode, I was — to borrow a word from surf slang — “stoked” to chat with Dick Metz, who shares his encyclopedic knowledge of the evolution of surfing and the surfboard. Dick lived the history he narrates in the episode, witnessing dramatic...
The Hobie Cat Turns 50

The Hobie Cat Turns 50

Officially launched to the public in 1968, this month, the Hobie Cat is 50 years old. On Saturday, October 27, Hobie and Dana Point are planning festivities to celebrate the milestone, including a regatta of more than 50 Hobie Cats from around the world in the Dana...
Finding Quigg

Finding Quigg

Tony Geria had never really considered collecting surfboards until one day 30 years ago when a beautiful Joe Quigg-shaped board randomly “landed in his lap.” Geria had been riding shortboards exclusively up to that point, but during a long flat spell one...
2018 Ohana Gala Highlights

2018 Ohana Gala Highlights

Highlights from a very fine night. A huge thank you to everyone that made the 2018 Ohana Gala such a tremendous success. And for the Women Making Waves honorees, Stephanie Gilmore, Lisa Andersen, Rell Sunn and Joyce Hoffman, a very heartfelt congratulations and thank...