Links for 6/20/20

Sambarama 2


 

Del Shannon the making of an album


 

With Paris project industry giant WhiteWater jumps into the surf park market


 

LA, back then.


 

Fat Dreams of Italy


 

Report reveals ‘massive plastic pollution footprint’ of drinks firms


 

Fat Cat de Crème


 

Building Solidarity Against False Solutions!


 

Factory Schools see something “wrong” with being indigenous


 

The great kava boom: how Fiji’s beloved psychoactive brew is going global


 

“A Dance With Plants” – balmy Costa Rica


 

The First Session at Waimea


 

Earliest hunting scene in prehistoric art

Links for 6/11/20

Miners out, Covid out.


 

Ritratti Di Surf | Ale Ponzanelli & Matt Calvani


 

Spectacular bootleg of the 1964 World Titles at Manly


 

Boomers: You can still be heroes in the story of climate change


 

“Prince” Danny Bearer ~ RIP (2009)


 

The law that helped the internet flourish now undermines democracy | John Naughton


 

Humans have made 8.3bn tons of plastic since 1950. This is the illustrated story of where it’s gone


 

Waving not drowning: the street children finding refuge in Durban’s surf scene

Links for 5/9/20

The First Wave in Bali: An Unexpected Tale of Infidelity, Adventure, and Entrepreneurism


 

Tales of love and loss: people from Oceania share their ‘extinction stories’


 

Carbon Pricing


 

Fluctus Splitters Trailer #1


 

The greatest electronic albums of the 1950s and 1960s


 

The Spillway, Victoria, Australia. The Ultimate Flex Machine (dir. Jason Cameron, 1975).


 

9’9 Chop OP at Lafitenia with Myles Doughman


 

Fifties Fun


 

www.brightonbeachsurfshop.com


 

“A Dance With Plants” – balmy Costa Rica


 

How The Surfaris Wrote Wipe Out


 

Time to ditch the harmful myth of the ‘noble’ hunter-gatherer


 

Kindheit auf St. Pauli Sechziger

Links for 5/2/20

Mysterious ghost boats full of corpses keep washing up in Japan


 

How Surfers Can Prevent Climate Chaos


 

The History of the Hawaiian Shirt


 

Bob Stanley recently sat down with drummer Brian Bennett


 

Rising Tides, Troubled Waters: The Future of Our Ocean


 

Climate Change Is Breaking Open America’s Nuclear Tomb


 

Scientists have gotten predictions of global warming right since the 1970s


 

December 2019 and a busy summer arvo at Sydney’s Freshwater – the cradle of Australian surfing


 

Borneo is burning


 

Oil is the New Data


 

From the point to the sand – Augusto Olinto


 

The Ghosts of Dogtown


 

Maria Tallchief: The Small-Town Native American Who Became America’s First Prima Ballerina


 

Acid Oceans are Stripping Sharks of Their Scales


 

Nature doesn’t do deals

Links for 3/26/20

The Seawall Project defeated at Trump International Golf Links, Doughmore Beach, Ireland


 

Hap Jacobs


 

Mystico… Part I


 

Summer of the Cat series: Bonus /Cody drives at Malibu.


 

How I Made It as a Musician – Steve Cropper


 

This has some music that sounds like a track from The Endless Summer.


 

Canada: protests go mainstream as support for Wet’suwet’en pipeline fight widens


 

This is What Third Street Promenade Looked Like Before the Gap Even Existed


 

Visit to The skateboard Hall of Fame.
The Oldest Skateboards in Existence


 

Atlantis Együttes – Little Honda


 

The first person to use the term “greenhouse gases” was a Swedish scientist named Svante Arrhenius in 1896. In a paper published that year, he made an early calculation of how much warmer the Earth was thanks to the energy-trapping nature of some of the gases in the atmosphere.

Links for 3/15/20

Glazzies Real Horror Show


 

Mystico… Part II


 

Misirlou – from Klezmer to Surf Guitar


 

The Time for Multi-Storey Skateparks Is Now


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When the Icecap Is Melting Somewhere, Ocean Level Rises Somewhere Else


 

Gato Heroi Operator x Robin Kegel


 

Faced with segregation, black artists sold their work from their cars. They became known as the ‘Highwaymen’


 

Mini Moai


 

Video on Vimeo


 

Silver Skaters: the rise of skateboarding in California – in pictures

Links 2/19/20

Domenic Priore — ’66 Sunset Strip (11.25.19)


 

Keep On Pushin’


 

Hank Marvin


 

CO2 emissions on the web


 

Jan and Dean Sidewalk Surfin’


 

Scientists find evidence of ‘ghost population’ of ancient humans


 

Musicians Can and Should Organize to Improve Their Pay and Working Conditions


 

Europe’s marine sanctuaries are no more than ‘paper parks’


 

Apologies for bringing scary news, but here’s the latest on Greenland’s melting ice


 

Rising sea levels pose threat to homes of 300m people – study


 

Meet California’s Nerds of Neon


 

Just Being Outside Can Improve Your Psychological Health, and Maybe Your Physical Health Too


 

You Can’t Save the Planet by Yourself


 

‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’: The Ongoing Saga of Pop’s Most Contentious Song


 

Shred Sista, one wave with the works


 

A podcast about Bobby “Boris” Pickett of Monster Mash fame
Late One Night

Links for 1/31/20

Tear-down of the San Onofre nuclear plant – work on the distinctive containment domes first on the list


 

‘We loved each other’: America’s first racially integrated all-girl swing band


 

Climate Change Will Displace Millions


 

Scotty Moore Tells It Like It Was


 

World’s Largest Vintage Skateboard Collection and Tour of SkateLab in Simi Valley

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Skateboard History Timeline


 

Google and Amazon are now in the oil business


 

Gregg Carroll


 

The Art of Dignity: Making Beauty Amid the Ugliness of WWII Japanese American Camps


 

Neoliberalism and Climate Change


 

Rip City or Die: The Tide of Gentrification Is Pushing Dogtown’s Oldest Skate Shop Elsewhere


 

Reducing music’s climate impact through innovation


 

Toxic Coastal Fog Linked to Dangerously High Levels of Mercury in Mountain Lions


 

An Old Brochure Reveals How the Palos Verdes Peninsula Became a Massive Planned Community


 

Where are the architects who will put the environment first?

Links for 1/26/20

vintage-skateboards.com


 

Climate refugees cannot be sent back home, United Nations rules in landmark decision


 

The case for … making low-tech ‘dumb’ cities instead of ‘smart’ ones


 

Buffalo


 

Skateboard shop in LA and It’s large collection

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California sues tech investor Vinod Khosla over beach access, reviving bitter legal battle


 

Mantra Skateboards


 

Makaha Skateboards


 

Morris J-Type van gets electric reboot after 58-year hiatus


 

Rampart Records’ essential box set mines East L.A.’s 1960s and ’70s soul-funk scene


 

Kris Hall – walk like a samba – vid by Laura Holman


 

One of the poorest, most desperate regions in Appalachia is experiencing an economic miracle thanks to fiber run by a New Deal-era co-op


 

Stacia Ahina & Ashley Ahina | Midday Longboard Surfing in Hawaii


 

The brutal history of Bougainville – in pictures


 

Unheard Voices, Unique Perspectives


 

Climate Change Will Cost Us Even More Than We Think


 

Sea-level rise has claimed five whole islands in the Pacific: first scientific evidence


 

The Oceans We Know Won’t Survive Climate Change


 

Six takeaways from The Post’s analysis of the globe’s fastest-warming areas


 

If defending life on Earth is extremist, we must own that label