• Aug 2nd '18

    Francis Ford Coppola

    From The Magazine

    Francis Ford Coppola is a filmmaker who needs no introduction. A quintessential innovator in American storytelling, Coppola shifted paradigms with his two ‘70s epics, each of which proposed a distinct thesis on the state of the human condition. Widely regarded as one of the greatest works in cinematic history, The Godfather is an intricately woven…

  • Danny Kwock

    Jul 27th '18

    morgan collett: You were born and raised in Oahu. How long were you there before you came to Newport? danny kwock: I lived in Oahu until about seventh grade. Then I moved to Cali and ended up in the San Fernando Valley, of all places. mc: This is the early ’70s? dk: It was about…

  • John Respondek Bird’s Eye View

    Jul 18th '18

    john respondek: (Trying to Skype) Where’s your camera? luke flynn: Hang on a second, I’ll just try and get it up. jr: You always have that problem, huh? lf: (Laughs) Unfortunately, it’s too big. jr: Can you see my head? lf: Yep. jr: So weathered. lf: It’s melting jr: You don’t understand, I have been…

  • Susea McGearhart Pacific Ocean Park

    Mar 8th '18

    javas lehn: I know you grew up in the Santa Monica, Venice Beach area. What are your personal thoughts on the history of that area? susea mcgearhart: I went to Venice High School. My parents always said that we would never make it there, because it had sort of a bad reputation. But I actually…

  • Chris Christenson

    Jan 25th '18

    Chris Christenson began his shaping career making boards for the surf team at Point Loma Nazarene University. After working under shaping legends like Dick Brewer and Skip Frye, he has since gone on to establish himself as one of the premier shapers in the world. A master as making all types of boards, Christenson has…

  • Yumna Al-Arashi

    Dec 20th '17

    marisa lee: Where did you grow up and how did you get into photography? yumna al-arashi: I grew up in Washington, DC. I just started taking photos of myself and my friends as a young girl. It was a really natural thing for me. I became obsessed quite quickly. ml: You’re the first out of…

  • Gene Krell

    Oct 27th '17

    colin tunstall: Tell us about your experiences with surfing. gene krell: A lot of surfing is remarkably mean-spirited. When I was surfing in California—and believe me I’m not waiting with baited breath for my invitation to The Eddie—the guys were cool with me. I’ve got arthritis in my knees and I broke my back surfing….

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