The Beach Boys: they still don't know how to surf

The Beach Boys are going to reform to celebrate the band's 50th anniversary.

Al Jardine, Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Bruce Johnston and David Marks will make, at least, one gig.

The concert might be held at the Golden Gate Park, in San Francisco, at the National Mall, in Washington or in the north shore of Chicago.


The Boscombe Pier: forever remembering the souls of surfing

The British surfers who died between 2005 and 2009 will be honoured with a memorial bench placed on the Boscombe Pier.

James Foy (29, from Bournemouth), Pete Happe (31, from Southbourne) Lewis Dunton (34, from Southbourne) and Simon Smith (38, from Wareham) will have their names in individual plaques overlooking the artificial surf reef in Bournemouth.

They did not lost their lives on the waves, but the local surfing community wants everyone to remember their passion for wave riding.


Puerto Escondido: always there for you

Firing surf in the six-to-eight foot (3 metre) range at the infamous Mexican Pipeline decided the Quarterfinalists at the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) 4-Star Quiksilver Pro Puerto Escondido.

With only 16 surfers remaining in the draw, the Quiksilver Pro Puerto Escondido’s iconic location of Playa Zicatela has not only included some of the globe’s hungriest up-and-coming competitive ASP competitors, but also some of the most talented big-wave riders.