Latest News

Champion Cayla Kaimana Forever Moore, one of the surfers out at Zero's on Thursday.

RJP Surfing Photography has a lot more surf photos from Thursday at Zeros. You can find all the full size and high-resolution images, in this photo gallery:

Surfing Zero's, 07/25/2019 Photo Gallery

If you were out there, we probably got some cool surfing shots of you, go check them out!

Wanna see photos from previous days at this and other local surf spots?
Click Surf Spot Galleries and look for the spot and then the date.

Harley-Davidson announce they are the Official Motorcycle of the WSl, and to promote it, they are giving away free stickers. You can fill out the form linked down below and they will mail yo a sticker. The sticker itself is pretty cool, we at Shacked filled out the form last week and just received the sticker. Nice 5" vinyl sticker, just like the photo above.

Unfortunately, looks like their marketing department knows absolutely nothing about surfing. This is one of the photos they shot for this campaign.

Hipsters with Wavestorms is how creative teams at the WSL and Harley Davidson see surfers.

Nevertheless, it's a cool little sticker, and it's free. Here's the link to get one:

Free WSL H-D Sticker Form

Since 2002, Cinespia’s Hollywood Forever Cemetery outdoor movies have offered audiences one of the most magical nightlife entertainment experiences in greater Los Angeles. In addition to showcasing the best of cinema, Cinespia cemetery screenings feature pre-show DJs, themed photo booths, a picnic at a gorgeous Hollywood landmark, and even occasional visits by stars, directors and filmmakers.

On August 3rd, they are showing the cult classic Point Break

Keanu Reeves in the sublime 90s action hit!

The adrenaline rush doesn’t let up when cop Johnny Utah (Reeves) takes to the waves to infiltrate surfing bandits spearheaded by zen gangster Patrick Swayze. Wild chases and over-the-top characters from director Kathryn Bigelow round out the crowd pleaser.

Bring beer and wine for the perfect summer night out. Our grill will be making burgers and hot dogs, and our custom photobooth will bring the film to life.

Hollywood Forever Cemetery / $18
Doors at 6:45PM / Film at 8:30PM
Buy Tickets HERE

Movie screenings are held outdoors on Fairbanks Lawn, an open grassy field inside Hollywood Forever Cemetery, under the stars. Bring blankets, pillows or low chairs that have a seat that rests on the ground with a low back. Tall Chairs are NOT allowed. There are no chairs allowed in the no chair zone in the center of the field. Allowable chair height in chair zones is from ground to seat is 6″ and from seat to top of chair 21″.

Outside beer and wine are permitted.

Buy, sell, trade, or donate surfboards, boogie boards, wet-suits, clothing, beach accessories, surf equipment and more! Proceeds will benefit the Malibu Sharks Surf Team. Free parking and admission. Contact Ted Silverberg at or (805) 402-3111 for vendor registration or donations (Vendors $25 & Trades $10) . Event hosted by the City of Malibu Harry Barovsky Memorial Youth Commission. Register at

August 3, 2019
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Malibu City Hall
3825 Stuart Ranch Road
Malibu, CA 90265

Come support the legend Glen Kennedy, who passed away earlier this month at either the Paddle Out at Surfrider or Celebration Service (details below).

The following is from the Facebook Event Page :

Join us in celebrating the amazing life of Legendary Glen Kennedy. We will be eating, drinking and telling tales of all the classic times.

Storytelling: We would love for people to share stories about Glen. The Event Center has 3 projector screens and a PA system. If you would like to share a story and photo(s), we will start at 3pm for the first session, and 7pm for the second. Please sign up to speak and / or to send photos email:

Attending: Since we expect more guests than the event center can hold at once, we will have 2 gathering times: From 2-5pm and from 6-9pm. Please RSVP on the Facebook Event below which gathering you will come to and how many people.

We also need people to carpool or use a rideshare service, as parking is limited to 100 spaces. Food and beverages will be provided, but feel free to bring your drink of choice.

Click Here for stories on Glen Kennedy

Finally, a local theater is showing this film. The ArcLight Santa Monica is now showing Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable.

Unstoppable is Bethany’s complete and untold story that follows her journey from childhood into motherhood – the ups, downs and her powerful resilience against all odds to become one of the leading professional surfers of all time. In 2016 alone Bethany’s capacity to inspire reached new heights as she beat a six-time world champion and the top-ranked surfer in the world at a major competition. From chasing her toddler, to chasing the biggest waves, Bethany is continuously rewriting the rules on being a fearless athlete, and brings new meaning to the phrase “surfs like a girl.”

Pre-purchase tickets from ArcLight or via Fandango.

Wednesday: 3’ waves at summer/combo breaks, 4’+ at standouts. Light/variable wind in AM hours. Fun long period South swell (190-175) continues to fill in through the day as well as some mid/short period SSE/S swell from Tropical Storm Dalila. The blend is good for waist-chest high waves at the south-facing and combo exposures of North LA.

Conditions should be cleaner right out of the gates compared to Tuesday morning, with light/variable flow in the earlier morning. Light SW veering Westerly winds trend up through the morning – adding texture/minor bump – then picking in the afternoon with moderate W/WNW winds.

Thursday: 3-4’ waves at summer/combo breaks. Light/variable onshore flow through the morning hours. Long period south swell (190-175) tops out through the day while modest NW windswell mixes in. We’ll also see that small tropical swell from Dalila, but that tropical energy won’t be more than modest-sized and primarily help with shape at the beach breaks. Surf is up a notch with waist-shoulder high waves at south-facing/combo exposures of North LA.

Light SE/ESE winds through north LA will also put lumps on the south-facing breaks.

Lightning strike observed in Marina Del Rey this morning around 9:30am. The LA County Lifeguards are clearing the beaches, until the storm passes.

Join Surfrider LA this Friday at the Rose Room for LIFE BENEATH THE WAVES - a benefit gathering of artists and activists to celebrate our local ocean, waves and beaches with delicious food and drink, live music, and incredible art.

About this Event

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a night in celebration of the ocean. Please come join us and enjoy the art exhibit: Life Beneath the Waves showcasing Los Angeles young emerging artist with 100% of proceeds being donated to the Surfrider Foundation to protect and preserve our world's oceans, waves, and beaches.

There will be raffles for photography prints, VAER watches, Surfrider foundation packages, Gnarwhal coffee, sculptures and paintings.

Doors Open at 8pm. Event is 21+. IDs required.

Artists Include:
Photography by Tyler Schiffman
Photography by Davis Huber
Recycled Sculptures by Ilaria de Plano
Paintings and Wood Burnings by Jessica Kendall-Bar
Live Acoustic Performance by Savannah Lynx
DJ Set by Shea Carter
Sustainable Seafood by Chef Tae Woo Lee and Chef Jake Geragos

Sponsored by: Surfrider LA (Non-Profit Ocean Conservation Organization)
Three Punk Ales Brewery (San Diego, CA)
VAER Adventure Watches (Los Angeles, CA)
Gnarwhal Coffee (Los Angeles, CA)
Sparking Ice beverages

Click Here for Tickets

The Rose Room
6 Rose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90291