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5/9/2007
FIFTH ANNUAL DOODAH SURF
The <strong><a href="http://www.doodahsurf.com" target="_blank">Fifth Annual Doodah Surf</a></strong> is scheduled for Saturday, July 21st at 7:30 AM. Meet at the bluff (directly south of Gladstones parking lot) for a group paddle out to say goodbye to the aggro attitude and bring back the stoke that keeps us surfing. Dress in costume, bring your best attitude, surf and have fun!
3/23/2007
INHUMANE CRUELTY TO MARINE MAMMALS
As most of you know, inhumane cruelty to marine mammals is taking place on a daily basis throughout our oceans. Recent footage of <a href="http://www.glumbert.com/media/dolphin">dolphin massacre in Japan</a> may be viewed here (narrated by Joaquin Phoenix). Please consider <a href="http://www.petitiononline.com/golfinho/">signing a petition</a> to the Prime Minister of Japan, if you would like to protest such cruelty.
2/13/2007
RIAZ TEJANI IS COMPILING INFORMATION ABOUT SURFERS
Riaz Tejani is compiling information about surfers who get sick from the water. If you or anyone you know has shown symptoms after surfing at beaches between Palos Verdes and the County Line - symptoms such as sinus pain, skin rashes, breathing difficulty, or infection of open wounds - he is requesting that you send a brief email describing the problem (symptoms, date, location surfed) to <a href="mailto: surfcleaners@hotmail.com">surfcleaners@hotmail.com</a>
1/20/2007
A 1-MILE STRETCH OF WILL ROGERS STATE BEACH WAS CLOSED
A 1-mile stretch of Will Rogers State Beach was closed after 10,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled into the ocean through Santa Monica Mountain Creek. The spill was centered near Pacific Coast Highway and Chautauqua Boulevard, said Eric Edwards, acting chief environmental health specialist for the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. The sewage was believed to have originated from the nearby Riviera Country Club, Edwards said. The beach was expected to remain closed until at least Sunday, he said.
12/27/2006
LONG OVERDUE, BUT HERE AT LAST, 66 MORE PIX
Long overdue, but here at last! <b><a href="december2006/index.htm">A new gallery of 66 photos</b></a> is now available for your viewing pleasure. All of them were taken in either the second or third week of December. And of course, they were all shot at Sunset. Enjoy!
10/19/2006
JOIN IN A "PADDLE OUT PROTEST"
Join in a "paddle out protest" to protect the coastline and surrounding environment from a proposed Natural Gas Port - the "no to LNG Fundraiser". The event takes place Sunday, October 22, 11am at Surfrider Beach, Malibu. Presented by Malibu Magazine, The City of Malibu, and The Brosnan trust to support coastal protection. Event will be hosted by Laird Hamilton and Pierce Brosnan. Our goal is to get 300 surfers in the water and score a new world record for the Guiness Record Book! For more info click <a href="http://www.surfrider.org/malibu/paddle_out_poster2.pdf">here.</a>
7/11/2006
GOTTEN SICK AT TOPANGA?
Gotten Sick at Topanga? Surfrider's Task Force is collecting data to show State Parks that "F" rated water at Topanga is making people sick. If you have gotten sick after surfing at Topanga, please go to <b><a href="http://www.surfrider.org/malibu">http://www.surfrider.org/malibu</a></b> and click on the "Topanga Related Illness Survery" and fill out a confidential survey. Questions or to volunteer please email <b><a href="mailto:cleanuptopanga@hotmail.com">cleanuptopanga@hotmail.com</a></b>
6/28/2006
BEACH CLEAN UP DAY AT SUNSET HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED!
Beach Clean Up Day at Sunset has been rescheduled! Surfrider has decided to run the event in conjunction with Doo Dah Day in order to get the most participation, so please mark your calendars accordingly: The Beach Clean Up will now be on Saturday, July 15 from 7:30 am to 10 am. Meet at the small grassy triangle just west of the ramp that goes down to the point (the far-eastern end of the Gladstones parking lot). Plastic gloves, trash bags and other necessary supplies will be provided for everyone who attends. You might want to bring coat hangers and/or your own heavy duty gloves to reach the more difficult places.
6/21/2006
NEW SET OF PICS
<b><a href="june20_2006/index.htm">An additional 66 photos</b></a> from our first summer swell are now up. I'm still getting used to the new camera, so some of these photos are grainy and out of focus, but I kind of liked the artsy feel so I kept them in the set.
6/19/2006
NEW SET OF PICS
<b><a href="june19_2006/index.htm">A new gallery of 52 photos</b></a> is now posted for your viewing pleasure. About half of them were shot in the water using a Pentax Optio W10, which allows for a whole new point of view. Forgive the blurriness on some of the pics... it ain't so easy to frame the shot when floating around... but we'll keep trying.
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