Archive for January 2015

Laird Hamilton, Issue 21, Editor’s Letter

As someone who grew up in southern California, it’s pretty embarrassing to admit that I had a great fear of the surf. Yes, I lived close to the beach, wore OP shorts and skateboarded every day of my life, but when I entered the ocean, a feeling of anxiety like no other entered my body. […]

26 Jan 2015|Comments Off on Laird Hamilton, Issue 21, Editor’s Letter

Taylor Goldsmith, Issue 20, Editor’s Letter

Music loses its power when it has to compete. It’s that simple. You can’t fall in love with a song if you don’t have a chance to get lost in it. And I think music has lost a lot of its power since the proliferation of smart phones. What irony. We now have the perfect […]

16 Jan 2015|Comments Off on Taylor Goldsmith, Issue 20, Editor’s Letter

Jeff Bridges, Issue 19, Editor’s Letter

Sometimes an idea needs to rattle around the back of your brain for a while, like a nagging itch, until you can no longer ignore it. Eventually, that notion is going to have its day, and as I’ve gotten older I’ve found you best let it. One such idea found its way to the forefront […]

06 Jan 2015|Comments Off on Jeff Bridges, Issue 19, Editor’s Letter