Random Happenings: Kneeboarding Ain’t Dead – Keeping the art alive with Chayne Simpson

For the surfing Millennial, kneeboarding was likely something you thought your friend’s dad and George Greenough did back in the day. It was never something you thought of doing. You really had just a few options to choose from: Surf, don’t surf, or bodyboard. But that doesn’t stop Chayne Simpson from opting for legless shredding,

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Avoiding California’s Fukushima – San Onofre nuclear waste storage program moving forward

The San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) may have stopped running, but the battle over where to store the waste it’s generated over the decades is heating up. Representative Darrell Issa, a long-time incumbent of California’s 49th District (covering parts of Orange and San Diego counties), is not loved by environmentalists. He boasts a track

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Shed Sessions, With Albee Layer – Bird’s favorite San Diego fish, and Chandler’s North Shore gun

Even among the 900 or so boards that line the rafters of the Surf Shed in San Diego, owner Bird Huffman has his favorites. His dearest fish of all – a 5’6″ Larry Mabile, with handsome glassed-on, double-foil Larry Gephart keel fins – is taken for a test ride by Maui’s Albee Layer in the

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