After an extremely successful opening year at the famous Tribeca Cinemas, the 2nd Annual New York Surf Film Festival will return in September 2009. The New York Surf Film Festival is an event consisting of three days of screenings from independent short and feature films, cult classics, and world premieres from established and emerging surf filmmakers. The official Website of the New York Surf Film Festival, www.NYSurfFilm.com, will bring the festival…Â More infoÂ
No driver has been more dominant in the world of professional motorsports over the past five years than Top Fuel’s Tony Schumacher.
The National Hot Rod Association’s 2009 Full Throttle Drag Racing season opens this weekend with the 49th annual Winter Nationals in Pomona, Calif., and Schumacher will begin his quest for a sixth consecutive Top Fuel championship and seventh crown overall…Â More info
SEVEN-time world women’s surfing champion Layne Beachley has confirmed she will come out of retirement for two pro tour events this year _ both in Australia.
Beachley will contest the Rip Curl Women’s Pro at Victoria’s Bells Beach in April, as well as her own Beachley Classic in Sydney mid-year.
The 36-year-old Australian, who retired from full-time…Â More info
In our fair country we like our beer cold, our freedom fries hot and our economy, well, not so goddamn recessed. We are in the midst of an economic meltdown, one whose effects have trickled down every nook of society, leaving no person with bulging pockets and no business with â€œNow Hiringâ€ signs. Itâ€™s about time for our new president to come gallivanting across the country in shining armor, slaying the fire-breathing beast of recession and ushering in a splendid age of economic growth and free love. Even if his attempts fail, shining armor is quite expensive these days, so we can count on the money he spends on that to trickle down. Isnâ€™t that right, Republicans? I love you guys; you always have all the answers.
Surfers tend to be a fairly self-sufficient lot. I havenâ€™t heard of any government bailouts for shapers lately, and I see that Quiksilver can still afford…Â More infoÂ