While there are two other cities in the bidding war for the Olympics in 2024 other than Los Angeles and Paris, they both are leading candidates in the race of 4 cities for the bid, including Rome and Budapest. On February 17, 2016, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) received the four Candidature Files from Los […]
Will Los Angeles Get the Olympic Bid Again in 2024? Or Paris?
WeSC Pressured from Sweden Signs U.S. Licensing Deal with Oved Apparel Corporation
Under pressure from headquarters in Sweden, WeSC signed a U.S. licensing deal with Oved Apparel Corporation, which licenses Modern Culture, PRPS, Company 81, among others. According to CEO Greger Hagelin, “We have in recent years made significant investments in the brand in the U.S. market without success capitalizing on the value built up. Our U.S. […]
Mavericks Gets New Organizer-Surfers and Photogs
The legendary big-wave competition at Half Moon Bay has had its fair share of leadership controversy, but perhaps now, it’s on the right path.
Mishka Opens Streetwear Store in New Cool Area of LA–Echo Park
Based out of Brooklyn, the fact that Mishka now has an LA chapter means great things for street fashion peeps and lovers of Japanese denim, horror graphic T’s, urban vinyl, backpacks, and patches.
Big Wave Surfing’s Legendary Event The Eddie Aikau by Quiksilver Goes Off in Macking 50-foot Waves, Stoking Fans, Sponsors, Media
Oahu’s North Shore is getting pummeled by monster surf, launching the Eddie Aikau, producing big swells for the women’s Billabong Pro, and gearing up for the Billabong Pipeline Masters -the final event of the Vans Triple Crown.
Maverick’s Big-Wave Surf Championship Goes Off in Half Moon Bay with Pummeling 30-Foot Swell; What This Means for Sports TV Viewership Among Youth Culture Surfing
On Saturday, January 12th after months of tracking the patterns of Mother Nature and officially receiving a greenlight less than 48 hours from Contest Director Jeff Clark, the 2007/2008 Mavericks Surf Contest