Things To Do In The Surf World

Billabong ASP Pro Junior Champs

2010 is well underway in the surf world with the Billabong ASP World Junior Champs set to start on January 9th. The world's finest up and comers are heading to Narrabeen, Australia to battle it out for the highly coveted title of ASP Pro Junior Champion. After the historical ending of 2009, you don't want to miss out on the start of the next generation. Tune in and watch LIVE beginning this Saturday at

Agenda Trade Show

The Agenda Trade Show is a forum for the most inspired in the streetwear and action sports industries to unite. From the elite brands to garage-run lines on the verge of explosion, Agenda caters to the needs of all buyers. Emphasizing style, art, culture, and music, the show is not only a shopper's paradise, but an experience. Come see for yourself this Friday and Saturday in Huntington Beach just off the PCH. For more info and directions go to

Have An Old Board Lying Around?

Check out the documentaries on the 2009 Sacred Craft Vintage Surfboard Appraisal Road Show. "Many surfers have a classic old surfboard or two that may be worth more than they anticipated," says Sacred Craft Expo Director Scott Bass. If this rings true you may be in for a bit of a late Christmas present. Watch these documentaries on KPBS TV Jan 10, 11, and 17, because your board may be worth more than you thought. Specific times at

The Great White Is Here

Volcom is back and ready to kick off their first competition of 2010. The Totally Crustaceous Surf Tour is coming to Santa Cruz. To witness the action and score some free stuff be at 26th Avenue this Saturday morning. The event schedule is out, so if you're a fan of the Youth Against Establishment head to and join the army.

Keeping The Dream Alive

The NSSA has been keeping the dream alive since 1978, and it has built up quite the reputation. With new talent emerging year after year, we've never been let down by our old faithful. Come see who's in store for the future of surf this January 9 and 10 at C Street in Ventura. Combine a good break and some shredding groms; the result shall be quite interesting.