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  • October 13, 2016 • Digital Edition

    October 2016 (Issue #196)

    If Jamaican surfing in 2016 seems like an essential part of our extended East Coast tapestry, you can credit that to one family: the Wilmots. Billy and Maggie Wilmot founded the Jamaican Surfing Association in 1999 to bring industry...

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  • September 6, 2016 • Digital Edition

    September 2016 (Issue #195)

    Three environmental features? One on the biggest water quality catastrophe in years? One on the controversial and many-sided challenges facing an iconic if divided East Coast town? One that attempts to cover several other geographically...

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  • August 6, 2016 • Digital Edition

    August 2016 (Issue #194)

    When we started building this year’s Who Da Guy list, we didn’t purposefully include only local heroes, the next wave of promising groms, and relatively unknown surfers with mind-blowing stories. But that tends to happen on the East...

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  • June 6, 2016 • Digital Edition

    June 2016 (Issue #193)

    Some say it comes from Napoleon Bonaparte’s early 19th century decree that “A good sketch is better than a long speech.” Or Russian author Ivan Turgenev’s 1861 declaration that “The drawing shows me at one glance what might be...

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  • May 6, 2016 • Digital Edition

    May 2016 (Issue #192)

    For most surfers, travel is the sole constant in their lives. But let’s be honest — to many of us, particularly those in their 30s and 40s, the importance of adventure takes a back seat to more pressing issues. Like starting a family....

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  • March 9, 2016 • Digital Edition

    March 2016 (Issue #191)

    I’m a collector at heart. OK, maybe hoarder is a better word — although I’ll put my organizational skills up against anyone’s. But there’s one thing I’ve never had the urge to collect: surfboards. I have four that I’ll never...

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  • January 7, 2016 • Digital Edition

    January 2016 (Issue #190)

    25 years. 190 issues. 21,112 pages. Only three other American surf magazines have made it to a similar milestone: Surfer, Surfing, and The Surfer’s Journal. But to this day, ESM remains committed to one coast and one community, in all...

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  • November 20, 2013 • Digital Edition

    November 2013 (Issue #173)

    Hurricanes are nature at its most wild and unpredictable, so buckle up and delve into them with us in our new November 2013 issue. We’ve got page after page of beautiful right-place, right-time moments captured this past season by...

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  • October 6, 2013 • Digital Edition

    October 2013 (Issue #172)

    Forget everything you think you know. Our October issue shakes things up with a mind-opening trip to El Salvador, a stereotype-shattering women’s photo feature, an out-of-left-field wetsuit reviews section, and a little bit of extra...

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  • September 6, 2013 • Digital Edition

    September 2013 (Issue #171)

    Our annual World Travel issue hops the globe from Portugal to Australia to Bali while also offering up new perspectives on life back home and hooking you up with the right stick for your next great session, wherever it may be....

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