ENCINITAS — Covered in a light layer of resin dust, Jim Phillips clamped parts of a surfboard together on a gloomy morning. A dozen surfboards in various stages of production and tools were scattered about his rickety shed on “the hill” — a hub for Encinitas surfboard shapers.
ENCINITAS — Recently retired Sheriff’s detective Robert Stevenson didn’t exactly fit the law enforcement mold when he applied to the department in the late 1980s.
Kenzie Kessler chose surfing over school, now she’s back in class, fully committed
COAST CITIES — Filmmaker Jack McCoy is releasing his latest film, which is being praised as the “greatest surfing story ever told,” “A Deeper Shade of Blue” into select theaters for a special one-night only showing March 28 at 7:30 p.m.
CARLSBAD — Aurora Ortiz, president and volunteer coordinator of the San Diego Blind Community Center, looks forward to the event all year.
OCEANSIDE — Sage Erickson, 21, of Ventura, Calif. won the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) 6-Star Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro over New Zealand’s Paige Hareb 22, in peaky two-to-four foot waves at Oceanside Pier.