Jaimal Yogis chases surf and enlightenment in ‘All Our Waves Are Water’
At least 3,000 surfers, kayakers and paddle boarders remember wetsuit innovator Jack O’Neill
The legacy of a beloved surfing innovator, ocean enthusiast and storied character
The story behind a possible new park in the works at San Lorenzo Point
The historic Santa Cruz legacy and mana of Hawaiian-born Antoinette Swan
The little-known history of a local surf legend’s aerial experiments
Sarah Gerhardt, the first woman to ever surf Mavericks, on this year’s cancelled contest and the thrill of big waves
Operation Surf celebrates five years in Santa Cruz
Nat Young enters the upcoming surfing season ranked 10th in the world
Surfing priest to speak in Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz native takes home his first Mavericks trophy
A firsthand account of reporting at Mavericks They had the road blocked at Capistrano, so we had to park on the east...
The Coldwater Classic makes waves in Santa Cruz
Original surf shop established as California Point of Historic Interest
If there’s one thing we have learned this year—more than any other year that GT has published The Best Of Santa Cruz...
How three young Hawaiian princes first introduced surfing to Santa Cruz—and to the mainland of the Americas