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 4/10/20

Relocation of tribal people living around Similipal Tiger Reserve forceful, claim locals


 

LAistory: Val Verde, The ‘Black Palm Springs’


 

Vice Versa | Longboarding With Achel & Abou


 

http://radiooooo.com/


 

A Macro Historical Overview


 

agave-surfboards


 

Vintage Skateboard 1960?s Collection Rare Grails Museum Quality


 

Sidewalk Surfin’- The Skateboard Museum at Skatelab in Simi Valley


 

Bolivia’s “New Andean Architecture” by Freddy Mamani


 

The Hermit of Suwarrow


 

Surf Legends of Hawaii by the Kahuku Film Club

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 2/14/20

Hop Podcast #14 Collecting Skateboards With Andrew Maunsell


 

Globalizing the War on Indigenous People: Bolsonaro and Modi


 

The Toxic Tide


 

www.surfboardhoard.com/category/longboards/


 

LA’s Vintage Diners, Then And Now


 

Trust our expertise or face catastrophe, Amazon peoples warn on environment


 

How to Fall Down the Anti-SJW Rabbit Hole


 

Vintage Skateboard 1960’s Collection Rare Grails Museum Quality


 

The best conservationists made our environment and can save it


 

Welcome to Hawaii’s ‘plastic beach’, one of the world’s dirtiest places


 

A Youth Without a Future? – Australian Teenage Life in 1949 – Flashbak


 

First human ancestors to leave Africa died out in Java, scientists say


 

This Small Group of Women Master Blenders Are Reviving the Rum Industry


 

Surfing – Devon (1968)


 

Spider Jazz


 

Crystal, October 2019 – Ben “Dicko” Dickens somewhere in Oz

Links for 9/24/17

Source: Glossing Over a Genocide | East Bay Express


 

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Source: Have Your Sei


 

According to University of Texas at Austin professor Raj Patel, an expert in ecology and food systems, our demand for meat is driving the sixth mass extinction. Patel is one of many leading academics who contemplate declaring a new age on Earth, called the Anthropocene, since “the fossils of soon-to-be extinct animals will form a line in the rocks of the future.”

Source: How Factory Farming Is Driving the Sixth Mass Extinction (Video) | Alternet


 

Source: Cutting Room: The Caretaker of Intangible Ingredients | The Surfers Journal


 

Source: Climate change will likely wreck their livelihoods – but they still dont buy the science | US news | The Guardian


 

Source: Top 4 Easy Ways For Your Band To Go Green  – MTT – Music Think Tank


 

It happened – an old dj fav of mine in a skate video.

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Source: Maker Update #46: Make an Rapa Nui 3D printed bobblehead / Boing Boing


 

Links for 1/27/17

New and old tiki bars that will blow your mind with their exotica playlists, velvet paintings and strong, carefully-crafted drinks.

Source: The Best Tiki Bars in Southern California | L.A. Weekly


 

The quest for speed at the dawn of the Shortboard Revolution. Excerpted from the new issue of TSJ.

Source: Edge Boards and The Mysterious Mr. X | The Surfers Journal


 

Cars, clothes, diamonds and jets: it’s time we addressed just how much the wealthy are hurting the planet.

Source: Rich and famous lifestyles are damaging the environment in untold ways


 

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Source: Pacific Longboarder News / Reviews / Events


 

It has long been thought sea frolicking has many health benefits. Using seawater for medical purposes even has a name: thalassotherapy.

Source: Why swimming in the ocean is good for you – Business Insider


 

Renewable energy in the U.S. isn’t as strong as it is in developing countries, and it’s important to understand why.

Source: themotleyfool Why Latin America and China Are Beating the U.S. in Renewable Energy

Klemm Bell Reunion Day

Terry Klemm and Reg Bell were two of the biggest names in Victorian board-making throughout the ’60s and ’70s and together ran one of Australia’s most respected, innovative labels, namely Klemm-Bell Surfboards.

And now an overdue reunion of surfers, workers, fans and Terry and Reg themselves is on the way – and already over 100 Klemm-Bell boards are registered along with many of the KB shapers, glassers and teamriders throughout the years.

Many attendees haven’t seen each other for 25-30 years so it should be one amazing day – even got Murray Walding’s band the Southside Hodads playing.

Everybody is welcome – Sunday January 8, 10am to 4pm, 40-58 Melbourne Rd. Williamstown Vicco

Source: Pacific Longboarder News / Reviews / Events