Latest Update: October
4 , 1999
This one is pretty old, however, I just stumbled on it. Anyone who's
ever talked to John will know this is exactly how he talks. Check
Get's A Makeover
After a letter from those corporate dogs at Emap, the Surfergrrls
had to change their name and in the process redesigned their site.
It looks good.
Attacks Up at So Cal Beaches
The LA Times makes it sound like the little buggers are cruising
around looking for people to sting. First it was pollution, now
those frickin' rays.
Triple Crown: Hawk Again
Tony Hawk wins another world title. Matt Beach takes
the street and Huntington Beach.
Taylor's Baja Trip
"Devil winds, drunken flies, and Cobalt-A-Frames on the "Island"
of Baja in Surfer Magazine. If you haven't read Kimball's stuff,
you're missing out.
Recalls Step-in Bindings
After nearly three years of hearing everyone tell them that the
binding really didn't look good, Salomon pulls the plug on
and Gotcha Tie the Knot
The surf giant and e-broadcaster get together to change the world
of action sports TV for ever. Actually, it looks pretty cool.
Hunts for Money to Find Bacteria Source
The water in Huntington Beach has been poisoned and no one knows
why. Hey, let's throw money at it.
Makes Paddling a Family Affair
Rex, Aaron, and Jack competed in the US Paddleboard
Championships in Huntington Beach. Let hope they made it through
Lured Teens with Snowboard Boots
A 55 year old Seattle handyman was arrested for molesting a 16 year
old boy. "Among the many presents the man lavished upon the
boy were Nintendo games, two leather jackets, snowboard boots
and a motorcycle helmet.
Skater Fatally Stabs Mom and Sister
Police have arrested a 16 year old boy for allegedly stabbing his
mother and 12 year old sister. The boy is described by neighbors
as "quiet and polite boy. . .who was often seen skateboarding
around the neighborhood."
Citations Down In Mission Viejo Park
Coverage A Little Late
Glacier Rolls On
Inventor Dies of Cancer
Bags o' Crapola:
28 , 1999
14 , 1999
10 , 1999
-August 26, 1999
thanks: to Jim Romenesko's MediaGossip.com.