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Windsurfing

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  • Ocean City has new places to eat, shop and possibly boycott

    Ocean City has new places to eat, shop and possibly boycott
    If you’re returning to Ocean City after a long, dreary winter, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see the resort is home to many new businesses. When you arrive in town, Rosenfeld’s Jewish Delicatessen on 63rd Street bayside should be...
  • Knowing the beach rules can avoid future hassles

    Knowing the beach rules can avoid future hassles
    Summer is just getting started, which means you’re likely jonesing for a beach vacation. But before you pack the car and head toward the Bay Bridge, you’ll want to make sure you’re well informed. No matter where you’re heading...
  • OC Dew Tour beefs up involvement with local community

    OC Dew Tour beefs up involvement with local community
    The Dew Tour is coming to Ocean City two months earlier than last year in hopes of catching bigger waves, and the town will be packed with extreme-sports fans paying homage to this shrine to surfing, skateboarding and BMX. The five-day competition...
  • Commentary: The Wedge shows its might, challenging all who dare ride

    For generations, people have been coming from all over to The Wedge in Newport Beach to see the pure and natural power Mother Nature truly has to offer. They battle the traffic on the freeways and city streets, circle for what seems to be hours in search...
  • Ron Jon Surf Shop opens Thursday in Ocean City

    Ron Jon Surf Shop opens Thursday in Ocean City
    Just in time for summer, Ron Jon Surf Shop is opening Thursday in Ocean City, two blocks from the beach. The 11th company-owned Ron Jon, the first in Maryland, will occupy 6,500 square feet in the 67th Street Town Center. UPDATE: The new shopping center...
  • Breaking Surf: After the Open party announced

    Summer is in the air and for many Huntington Beach locals that means one thing, The Vans U.S. Open of Surfing. Anticipation is palpable for the brand new sponsors and the community can't wait to see what they're bringing. One thing for certain, the...
  • Stop and shop on your way to the beach

    Stop and shop on your way to the beach
    Going to the beach doesn't simply mean getting a killer tan. There's also plenty of great fashion and home décor finds along the way. Here's a guide to places to shop while visiting the shore. Ron Jon Surf Shop The iconic retailer, now based in...
  • Surfer moms are catching the wave more and more

    Surfer moms are catching the wave more and more
    Beth Schub started surfing with one of her uncles on Long Island when she was 13, but she went off to college in Pennsylvania and later settled there after getting married, she thought she was pretty much done with the sport. It took a move to Emerald...
  • Maui Girl swimsuits, Sports Illustrated favorites, got their start in Maryland

    Maui Girl swimsuits, Sports Illustrated favorites, got their start in Maryland
    You may not recognize Debbie Kowalski Wilson's name, but if you've opened a Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue in the past six years, chances are you've seen her work. Wilson, who is from Edgewood and now lives in Hawaii, has had her Maui Girl swimsuits...
  • Jim Drake dies at 83; aeronautical engineer created the Windsurfer

    Jim Drake dies at 83; aeronautical engineer created the Windsurfer
    Aeronautical engineer Jim Drake had already solved the "puzzle" of pairing a surfboard with a sail when a young man who stopped to admire "the Baja Board" in the late 1960s suggested what he called "the perfect name": the Windsurfer. In his Santa...
  • 1970s soft-rockers, doo-wop favorite, 'America's Got Talent' contestant to highlight Levitt Pavilion season

     
    Two 1970s soft-rock hit-makers, a doo-wop favorite, an award-winning blues band and a contestant from television’s “America’s Got Talent” will headline the free 52-concert season at Levitt Pavilion at ArtsQuest's SteelStacks campus...