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WNW Swell and SSW Swell Combo


New SSW swell trends up through middle/late week, modest NW swell continues.

The recent storm system passes by mostly to the north of us on Tuesday; bringing a slight chance for showers followed by breezy onshore W winds in the afternoon. Light+ onshore S/SW winds prevail in the early morning (strongest through OC/SD). Winds trend onshore from the SW/W by the late morning.

Wednesday, April 17th: 3-4'+ at Southern Hemi standouts in OC, otherwise 2-3'. Light S/SE wind in AM hours, WSW wind in PM. Modest to fun-zone new SSW swell (200-180) will build further Wednesday as mid-period NW swell-mix holds. That provides surf around waist high at the well exposed breaks (Ventura, North LA, select parts of South Bay, parts of OC and SD), while standouts get up to chest high on sets. Southern Hemi focal points will pull in shoulder high sets during favorable tides.

Winds slowly improve for many spots with a light S/SE wind in the morning. SB/Ven/LA should be fairly clean. Winds trend SW-West through the day, topping out at light+/moderate levels.

On May 1st, Pizzanista! celebrating the re-launching of the new updated and expanded edition of The DogTown Book - The Legend of The Z-Boys. Special guests will include Jeff Ho, Tony Alva, Jim Miur, and more... Special limited edition Dogtown artwork pizza boxes will be available as well.


The Pizzanista!
DOWNTOWN LA
2019 E. 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021
TEL: (213) 627-1430



Netflix just announce their new Malibu Rescue movie and series. From the behind the scenes photos we have come across, doesn't look like much was actually filmed in Malibu. It looks like it's trying to be a Baywatch for pre-teens.

Here's their press release:


In the upcoming movie Malibu Rescue, Ricardo Hurtado (School of Rock) will star as Tyler, a handsome know-it-all with a fierce competitive streak and Breanna Yde ( School of Rock ) will star as Gina, a tough and self-assured athlete. The live-action comedy follows a ragtag group of aspiring junior lifeguards from The Valley as they compete against the snobby local kids for bragging rights and the ultimate tower at Malibu beach. Kids and teens alike will root for these heroic and funny underdogs and parents will connect with the positive life lessons for their children. The movie is set to launch May 13th on Netflix.

Following the movie, Malibu Rescue: The Series will follow the high spirited and scrappy group of novice junior lifeguards after they have staked their claim on Malibu Beach and the wild adventures that fill their days in the sun. The 8-episode series will launch June 3rd on Netflix.

Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas (Raven's Home, R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour) will serve as writers and executive producers on the movie and series. Scott McAboy (Rufus 2, Legends of the Hidden Temple) will also serve as executive producer alongside Savage Steve Holland ( Better Off Dead and One Crazy Summer ) who will executive produce and direct.

The action-packed nature of the series, in particular, will shock and excite viewers with things like para-sailing accidents, boat chases and potential drownings, Holland says. “We’re single-camera guys, and we like to make little movies,” he says. “In this case, we wanted to have a lot of character development but add an element of excitement and action. We have an action unit on each episode, so every episode you’re like, ‘Holy crap, this is a kids show and they did that!’—which is our dream.”

McAboy and Holland pitched the project as either a series or film two years ago, making Malibu Rescue one of the first original kids/family productions Netflix signed on for. At first, the streamer was unsure if it wanted to finance the productions because of how ambitious the scripts were. However, a spokesperson for the streaming giant confirmed that Netflix decided to move forward with production on both the film and series after seeing how well Holland and McAboy handled stunts, explosions and high-stakes action in productions like Nickelodeon’s Big Time Movie (which Holland directed and McAboy co-executive produced).


Such a fun day - bring all your girlfriends because the girls are taking over Venice Skatepark on April 27th! It's the 4th annual Venice Ladies Jam. Tons of prizes and medals. Divisions for all ages.

Just learning to skateboard? Come on out - the "Pup Cup" is just right for you if you are 8 yrs and under!

It will be a full day of fun on the beach in Venice - we hope to see you there!!

SATURDAY, APRIL 27th
VENICE
REGISTRATION STARTS AT 9:30 AM

PUP CUP at 10:30 AM
9-14 yrs old - 11:15 AM
15-24 yrs old - 12:00 PM
25-34 yrs old - 1:00 PM
35+ MASTERS - 2:00 PM


And the GRAND PRIZE is 1 week at the beautiful Sequoia Skate Camp!!! Some age restrictions apply, winner will be decided by 2016 Skateboard Hall of Fame inductee, Cindy Whitehead, and new 2019 inductee, Skateboard Hall of Fame ICON Gale Webb!

In honor of Earth Day on April 22nd, Herringbone Santa Monica partnered with our friends at Surfrider LA to get you geared up and saving our coastlines. 🌊☀️ Enter to win a reusable Klean Kanteen, bamboo utensil kit, a reusable shopping bag & a $50 gift card to Herringbone Santa Monica. Deets below! ⤵️

To enter:
1️⃣ Follow @surfriderla & @herringbonesm on Instagram
2️⃣ Like the post with the above photo on @herringbonesm
3️⃣ Comment on that post with your fav beach!

Mark your calendars for some serious 80’s action! Free Boardriders Malibu
Swag, complimentary pizza and beer, and an epic film..? Who wants to party?

Boardriders Malibu
18820 Pacific Coast Hwy
Malibu, Ca 80265
310 - 359 - 8274


The Bay Street Boards shop video premiere is finally here 4/20 πŸ”₯🏁 Come thru Saturday afternoon for the premiere party πŸŽˆπŸŽ‰ There will be food drinks and all types of fun!!!

Bay Street Boards
🌴☀️Santa Monica ☀️🌴
Surf & Skate Shop
3216 Santa Monica Blvd
310.310.2485
Mon-Fri 10a-8p Sat 10a-7p Sun 10a-5p


Peter Ruiz and his Venice Pier Project have hooked up with Heal The Bay to host a beach clean up at the Venice Pier on Sunday from 9AM till Noon. There will be snacks and refreshments. You can CLICK HERE for more info.

If you're at the Venice Pier when this is going on, head over to the clean up tent and spend at least a few minutes giving them a hand. Show Peter and his crew that the work they do trying to keep the pier clean is appreciated. And it's his birthday on Sunday, wish him a Happy Birthday. If you don't know who he is, he's the dude in the bright yellow VPP safety vest that's always smiling.



It's Wednesday, so here's some recent Wipeout photos from the local spots.                                                                                        

It's Wednesday, so here's some new Wipeout photos from the latest round of swells to hit our local spots. These were shot around Venice by Six12 Media.










      We post new sets of local wipeout photos every Wednesday (more or less).   Click: Wednesday Wipeouts to check out the previous Wipeout Wednesday photo sets.