In this episode, Benji talks with shaper, surf culture icon, and the first person to perfect the big wave tow-in, Herbie Fletcher. Herbie has seen surfing and the surf industry evolve and has had his hand in the progression of many other action sports as well. This is the ultimate history lesson for any surfer.
We hana hou recent interviews with local authors and writers with Hawaiʻi ties who have made it on our fall reading list: environmental lawyer Julian Aguon's No Country for 8 Spot Butterflies; Hawaiʻi state poet laureate Brandy Nālani McDougall's ʻĀina Hānau, Birth Land; Big Island native Jasmin Iolani Hakes' Hula; and keiki author Kaylin George's Aloha Everything
Once upon a time in the heart of the Cold War, nestled within the secretive corridors of the Kremlin, there was a remarkable two-headed dog named Boris and Igor. This unique canine duo, a genetic marvel of uncertain origins, served as the unofficial mascots of the Soviet leadership. With one head loyal to the Politburo and the other a staunch defender of the proletariat, they embodied the ideological divide of the era. Boris and Igor's presence brought moments of levity to the tense political atmosphere, often seen playfully tugging on opposite sides of a bone, a symbol of the ideological struggle that defined their time. Though their tale remains largely hidden in the annals of history, they were a reminder that even in the midst of the Cold War, the quirks of life and the bonds of friendship could defy the sternest of political divides. Join me on my Patreon page at patreon.com/radioblivion Blow Yer Radio Up, Baby!! If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element DOWNLOAD | SUBSCRIBE
Homes are a great place to relax and enjoy time with family. However, what is our adventurer going to do when he finds that his home has been turned into a hotel? Sit back, relax, enjoy this short story, and thanks for listening!This story was written and narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on X (Formally known as Twitter)@The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, our YouTube Channel - Midnight Slumber, and Facebook – Midnight Slumber.
HPR's Savannah Harriman-Pote shares the latest from a U.S. House hearing on the Maui wildfires; HPR's Kuʻuwehi Hiraishi on Hōkūleʻa's return home to Hawaiʻi; Korean shamanism and Indigenous religion; Iona Contemporary Dance Theater celebrates Hawaiʻi goddesses
The head of the University of Hawaiʻi sits down for a candid conversation before his retirement scheduled for 2024; Family of murdered Marine Rocky Padilla appeals to the public for new leads in the cold case; this week's Manu Minute shines the spotlight on Hawaiʻi's short eared owl; and HPR's Catherine Cluett Pactol shares the plight of a Maui tomato farm trying to survive post-disaster
Los dos EP’s “Rockin’ Rollin’” (Sleazy Records) rescatan las grabaciones de Dick Dale antes de coronarse como el rey de la guitarra surf. Canciones de rock’n’roll y rockabilly que seguían los parámetros del momento, la antesala musical que precedió al comienzo de la leyenda. Playlist; (sintonía) DICK DALE and HIS DELTONES “Let’s go trippin’” (1961) DICK DALE “Ooh-whee-Marie” (Rockin’ Rollin’ Vol.1) DICK DALE “St Louis Blues” (Rockin’ Rollin’ Vol.1) DICK DALE “Jessie Pearl” (Rockin’ Rollin’ Vol.1) DICK DALE “Stop teasing” (Rockin’ Rollin’ Vol.2) DICK DALE “The fairest of them all” (Rockin’ Rollin’ Vol.2) DICK DALE and HIS DELTONES “Misirlou” (1962) LP and HIS DIRTY WHITE BUCKS “Up and go” (Black smoke and blue tears, 2023) THE COUNTRY SIDE OF HARMONICA SAM “Tell her” (single, 2023) JAKE LA BOTZ and SMOKESTACK LIGHTNIN’ “Never been wrong (about loving you)” (single, 2023) AISHA KHAN and THE RAJAHS “Good morning Midnight” (single, 2023) LOLA LOLA “Dropped me” (Double featured Vol. 5, 2023) MARCEL BONTEMPI “Mummy walk” (Double featured Vol. 5, 2023) THE JANCEE PORNICK CASINO “Somebody to love” (Demolición, 2021) BARRENCE WHITFIELD and THE SAVAGES “I’m ready, I’m ready” (Gloria, 2023) Versión y Original; BEAU DOLLAR “I’m ready, I’m ready (I got me some soul)” (1969) NICK WATERHOUSE “Plan for leaving” (The fooler, 2023) Escuchar audio
Red Hill military leadership discusses what is being done leading up to next month's expected defueling; Military NCIS is actively pursuing new leads on decades old cold case; and a new program spurs innovation at the University of Hawaiʻi
Slide with me, now, down that purple shaft into the deep, inner depths of the diamond mine where we will witness the flight of the precious peanut butter fudge angel of love as she spreads her wings and flies high through the thundering silence of your vacuum-kept secret hiding out on the pulsating fringe of your bubbly, fudge mind. Join me on my Patreon page at patreon.com/radioblivion Blow Yer Radio Up, Baby!! If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element DOWNLOAD | SUBSCRIBE
HPR's Cassie Ordonio shares stories from this past weekend's resource fair in Lāhainā; ILWU leader underscores importance of cross union cooperation; and Honolulu residents may soon see water rate hikes in order to fund repairs on aging infrastructure
Aloha Everyone, welcome to a new episode of The Temple of Surf - The Podcast. We will give you full access to the best surfers, skaters, shapers, surfboards collectors, shop owners in the world! Discover with me their stories, their greatest successes, amazing behind the scenes and much more! Today with us, from California legendary surfboard shaper Max McDonald. We discussed with him about shaping surfboards, surf, surfers and much more!
Andrew is a corporate professional with a sick resume who's currently manufacturing a climbing and surfing career... complete with travel budgets, retainer, and opportunity. When you look at Andrew, he's part athlete, part explorer, part humanitarian, part activist, and an influencer. While Andrew is not a pro-level athlete, he does have an incredible story, athletic chops, and the marketing mind to package himself and his “Between Worlds Project” (that will make him the first African American to climb the seven summits and seven volcanic summits), as an ambassador to watch. The podcast talks about his incredible story that took him from Detroit, Georgia, Hawaii, Maine, Mass, and beyond. Andrew Alexander King Show Notes: 4:00: His media barrage, his Detroit upbringing, moving to Georgia, racism, Europe, and Hawaii 20:30: Rollerblade: They invented inline skating and make the best skates on the planet. Outdoor Research: The best outerwear in the world comes from OR and is built in the PNW Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better. 23:30: Learning to swim, surf, and do all the Hawaiian things, localism, surfing Nazarre, height, getting a scholarship to the University of Maine, and drinking 42:00: Stanley: Get 30% off site wide with the code pmovement Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there. Best Day Brewing: All of the flavor of your favorite IPA or Kolsch, without the alcohol, the calories, and sugar. 45:00: Climbing the White Mountains, travel to climb, climbing in Walmart boots, all in costs, and selling his story 60:00: Brands, how he's climbing the mountains and ego 67:00: Inappropriate Questions
The gang are back! The Broncos AND the Lions have made their respective Grand Finals and we are up and about. Ash has a big question for the Olympics committee and Luttsy has been living next door to a massive US rapper See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this Catching A Wave, we board our Time Machine for the week of July 26th, 1963 to hear 3 songs on KYA San Francisco's chart (all 3 are instrumental). Beth Riley has a deep track from The Beach Boys in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break. There's a rocker from The White Stripes from an album celebrating it's 20th Anniversary in our Good Time segment and we drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox for our selection of the week (The Smithereens from 1980)! Plus, we have tunes from Thalasses, Messer Chups (both from Missing Fink's Music To Battle Apes By compilation), Trevor Rabin, Cayucas, The Meteoroids, Bobby Sutliff, Buzzy Frets, Everglades Rhythm, Ben Rogers' Instrumental Asylum, Lipstereo, Everglades Rhythm and The Surf Junkies! Intro music bed: "Catch A Wave"- The Beach Boys Everglades Rhythm- "Driving Guitars" The Surf Junkies- "Dirty Mac" The Meteoroids- "Mr. Marvin" Lipstereo- "Little Spaceships" Buzzy Frets- "Pink Panther Theme" "Good Time" segment: The White Stripes 20th Anniversary of Elephant (2003) The White Stripes- "Hypnotize" Ben Rogers' Instrumental Asylum- "I Saw Sputnik" Cayucas- "Blue Lightning" Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break: The Beach Boys- "No-Go Showboat" Follow "Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break" HERE Trevor Rabin- "Big Mistakes" Thalasses- "Ape Love" Bobby Sutliff- "Same Way Tomorrow" Catching A Wave Time Machine Week of July 26th, 1963 for KYA 1260 AM San Francisco: #16 Lonnie Mack- "Memphis" #14 Jack Nitzsche- "Lonely Surfer" #1 The Surfaris- "Wipe Out" Jammin' James Jukebox selection of the week: The Smithereens- "Girls About Town" Messer Chups- "Surf De L'amour" Outro music bed: Eddie Angel- "Deuces Wild"
Today's guest is a passionate man. Whether it's paintball, capturing cool video, or hunting his beloved striped bass. He is all in. Today's guest has been a steady supporter of catch and release recognizing some time ago that we need to release the breeders to have a sustainable fishery and the opportunity to share our joy with future generations. He has also followed his passion in to product development and looking for better solutions for surfcasters. Check out Phase Gear Please welcome from Comanche Surfcasting the Smiling Tan Man Pete Uchtig.
The Hawaiʻi Hotel Alliance shares viewpoint on how time shares will buoy recovery of Hawaiʻi's visitor industry; Tree Canopy Viewer researchers discuss the importance of trees in light of climate change; we check in with America's first woman to win a World Championship in the discus throw; and Grateful Dead fans get a treat with a couple of weekend concerts on Kauaʻi
Tanya Hansen has the morning's top local stories from the WCBS newsroom
I was thrown adrift in the immense expanse of the universe by a cosmic twist of fate, surrounded by glistening stars and celestial splendor. But when I came upon a gigantic, brilliant eye that was unlike anything I had ever seen, the course of this voyage took an unexpected turn. I knew I was imprisoned inside the enormous, interstellar eye as I approached it with awe and anxiety, its iridescent hues throwing an unreal glow about me. In the depths of this enchanting eye, I marveled at the wonders of the cosmos and discovered a profound connection between the universe and my insatiable curiosity, forever bonded in this celestial behemoth's enthralling gaze. Each blink of this stellar giant felt like a voyage through time and space. Join me on my Patreon page at patreon.com/radioblivion Blow Yer Radio Up, Baby!! If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element DOWNLOAD | SUBSCRIBE
Gov. Josh Green addresses housing and the opening of Maui to tourism next month; HPR's Ku'uwehi Hiraishi's report on the state water commission meeting; Author Megan Kamalei Kakimoto discusses her short story collection; DNA helps to identify a sailor killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor
Lāhainā's Wo Hing Temple lost to Maui fires; writer and environmental lawyer Julian Aguon about his desire to build community across the Pacific and the world; Artificial intelligence's impact on our work life; University of Hawaiʻi Center for Oral History embraces stories about limu experts
Audio surf report and surf forecast on September 20 for Central Florida and the Southeast. Your host will also enlighten you on current events in the surfing industry and talk about events and entertainment happenings in the local and regional area. Surf Guru is also sure to dig up some new music that will get your feet groovin'. Stay tuned for more ...
HPR's Catherine Cluett Pactol spotlights one man's survival saga as wildfire disaster unfolded; Union leader reflects on Lāhainā recovery support for members; Uplifting mental health and resilience during Suicide Prevention Month; and the University of Hawaiʻi presents a new production of Shakespeare in Hawaiian
Welcome to our Podcast #4,264! Here's a link to our Costa Rica Pura Vida Amazon Products Store! Happy Shopping! https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/costaricaproductsamazon.html You've GOT TO SEE our "Costa Rica Good News Report" Website: www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com Here's our NEW Costa Rica Good News Report YouTube Channel. Over 850 Short, Entertaining Videos that will get you excited about Costa Rica: https://www.youtube.com/@thecostaricagoodnewsreport/videos --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/costa-rica-pura-vida/message
In the vibrant era of the 1960s, the "National Sensation" emerged as an iconic figure of timeless beauty and style. With her striking, doe-eyed features framed by cascading chestnut locks, she embodied the quintessential allure of the Swinging Sixties. Her enigmatic aura was matched only by her fashion-forward sensibilities, pioneering some of the decade's most iconic trends. Whether gracing the covers of fashion magazines or enchanting audiences with her graceful presence on the runway, she left an indelible mark on the world of fashion and became a symbol of an era defined by cultural revolution and artistic exploration. Join me on my Patreon page at patreon.com/radioblivion Blow Yer Radio Up, Baby!! If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element DOWNLOAD | SUBSCRIBE
Jason Bay was a guest on the Surf and Sales Podcast with Richard Harris. In this episode, they talked about going outbound for the first time as a sales org. Connect with Richard Harris and Surf and Sales. Check out the show notes, more free content, and get coaching at https://OutboundSquad.com
In this Poddy, Benji sits down with surfer Crosby Colapinto to talk about his journey into potential qualification for the championship tour once this season's Challenger Series comes to a close. Crosby tells about his strategy in the US Open of Surfing, where he placed 2nd, as well as the tips he's gotten from his brother Griffin.
Maui Filipino Chamber of Commerce to help Lāhainā's fire victims; Compassionate housing design for Lāhainā fire victims; Jack Johnson headlines a Maui fundraising concert
Audio surf report and surf forecast on September 18 for Central Florida and the Southeast. Your host will also enlighten you on current events in the surfing industry and talk about events and entertainment happenings in the local and regional area. Surf Guru is also sure to dig up some new music that will get your feet groovin'. Stay tuned for more ...
Can you believe it's nearly Fall season already? September 25th marks the first day. But, it's always summer here at Catching A Wave...even if it's just in your mind! We've got a tune from an album The Richies in our Good Time segment celebrating it's 30th anniversary. Beth Riley has a deep track from The Beach Boys showcasing those amazing vocals in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break. There's another great Two-nami in the forecast...2 in a row featuring guitars by Elliot Easton on a rarity from The Cars as well as Elliot Easton's Tiki Gods and we drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox to hear our selection of the week (The Sonics). Plus, we've got tunes from The Ventures, Mark Malibu & The Wasagas, Dogstar, The Surf Hermits, The Midnight Callers, Hipbone Slim, The 18.104.22.168.'s, The Creature Preachers, Dennis J. Leise, Poolhead, Amphibian Man, King Pelican and The West Mains! Intro music bed: "Catch A Wave"- The Beach Boys The Ventures- "Second Sun" Amphibian Man- "Path" The 22.214.171.124.'s- "Batman Theme" Dogstar- "Breach" King Pelican- "Dune Buggy" "Good Time" segment: The Richies 30th Anniversary of Pet Summer (1993) The Richies- "Surfer Babe" The West Mains- "Out Of Reach" The Surf Hermits- "When Waves Collide" Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break: The Beach Boys- "Graduation Day" (studio version) Follow "Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break" HERE The Midnight Callers- "What Goes Around" Mark Malibu & The Wasagas- "Invasion Of The Underdwellers" The Creature Preachers- "Necro A Go-Go" Poolhead- "Shake 'n' Spill" Two-nami: Elliot Easton's Tiki Gods- "Sir Surfalot" The Cars- "You Just Can't Push Me" Jammin' James Jukebox selection of the week: The Sonics- "Have Love Will Travel" Dennis J. Leise- "Hey Man" Hipbone Slime- "The Hairy Shadow" Outro music bed: Eddie Angel- "Deuces Wild"
Ronnnie Blakey is back with a heaps spesh tribute ep to those surfers who have hoisted giant silver salad bowls into the air after becoming the champions of the world. So how well do you know these titans of the coloured rashie? Test yaself already.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Audio surf report and surf forecast on September 15 for Central Florida and the Southeast. Your host will also enlighten you on current events in the surfing industry and talk about events and entertainment happenings in the local and regional area. Surf Guru is also sure to dig up some new music that will get your feet groovin'. Stay tuned for more ...
Paul Murnane has the morning's top local stories from the WCBS newsroom.
Dish Name: VengeanceIngredients:1 cup of Fiery Fury Peppers (for that burning desire for revenge)2 tablespoons of Bitter Betrayal Balsamic Vinegar3 cloves of Crushed Grudges Garlic1 teaspoon of Dark Secrets Sea SaltA pinch of Time's Healing Thyme4 Revenge-Ready Red Onions, thinly sliced1 cup of Shredded Resentment Cheese2 cups of Diced Deception Tomatoes1 cup of Sliced Suspicion OlivesFreshly Ground Grudge Pepper, to tasteInstructions:Prepare Your Revenge:Begin by harvesting the Fiery Fury Peppers at the peak of their fiery essence. Wear protective gloves; you wouldn't want to get burned!Slice the peppers into rings and soak them in the Bitter Betrayal Balsamic Vinegar. Let them marinate while you prepare the other ingredients.Simmering Grudges:In a saucepan over low heat, sauté the Crushed Grudges Garlic with a drizzle of olive oil until it's fragrant and golden, but not burnt.Add the thinly sliced Revenge-Ready Red Onions and cook until they turn a deep shade of resentment.Layering the Dish:In a serving dish, start by spreading a layer of simmered grudges (the sautéed onions and garlic).Sprinkle a pinch of Time's Healing Thyme for that touch of irony.Adding the Fiery Element:Take the marinated Fiery Fury Peppers and arrange them on top of the grudge layer. Be cautious; they're hot!A Touch of Betrayal:Scatter the Diced Deception Tomatoes and Sliced Suspicion Olives over the peppers. They represent the unexpected twists in life.The Final Touch:Sprinkle the Shredded Resentment Cheese generously over the dish, letting it melt slightly into the layers below.Season with Dark Secrets Sea Salt and freshly ground Grudge Pepper to taste.Baking Revenge:Place the dish in a preheated oven at 350°F (175°C) for about 15 minutes or until the cheese is bubbly and golden.Serve with Satisfaction:Once out of the oven, let it cool for a minute, allowing the flavors to meld. Join me on my Patreon page at patreon.com/radioblivion Blow Yer Radio Up, Baby!! If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element DOWNLOAD | SUBSCRIBE
On this episode, we are joined with Author, Award Winning Filmmaker, Podcaster and Surf Trip Guru, Laurel Senick. She just completed her first novel, Foam, a surf adventure with a female protagonist, Casasandra Lee who is an out of work journalist whose life is in shambles and runs to Rincon Puerto Rico in hopes of realizing her dreams. It's when she is researching a free diver's death, she uncovers a drug ring and kidnapping plot and discovers that this sleepy town has a darker underbelly. It's a welcome novel that fills a missing genre of women's fiction and also follows in the tradition of such great writers as Kem Nunn, Tim Winton,Taylor Jenkins, Catherine Steadman and Don Winslow. Laurel is from Wilmington North Carolina but has made her way up North for the Women's Surf Film festival and I'm stoked to have her on the show. For more information on Laurel Senick follow her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/laurelsenick/To purchase his book In Foam, go to https://laurelsenick.com Music: Artis: The War on DrugsSong: Taking The FarmAlbum: The Wagonwheel Blues
A Maui attorney talks about fundraising efforts to meet the needs of Filipinos impacted by the Maui wildfires; a West Maui taro farmer talks about the battle over water rights dating back to the 1800s; a Native Hawaiian author talks about her new middle-grade novel, Lei and the Fire Goddess; and the Paniolo Preservation Society talks about preserving Hawaiʻi's cowboy history
Maui lawmaker reflects on personal loss and community resilience; HPR's Catherine Cluett Pactol shares updates on Kula water woes; Architectural expert remembers Lāhainā's colorful and multi-faceted architecture; this week's Manu Minutes showcases Hawaiʻi's endemic duck; and a new stage performance centers around the real-life drama of getting a Honolulu building permit