At 16, Pacific Ocean Park Pier surfer Paul Lovas moved to a beach house on a Malibu pointbeak called Topanga and discovered "the surf hang-out, groovy place to be away from LA." Paul was drawn to the excitement of the beach lifestyle, where "everything was always changing" at a time when society was changing to. Keeping up was like riding its own wiggy wave, and for two decades Paul carved through cocktails, Jacuzzis, Vietnam War, free love and Rock'n'roll...finally wiping out when the Topanga Creek flooded in 1979 and carried his house away. Take a glimpse into these amazing times with the Topanga Beach Experience from Brass Tacks Press. Paperback 43 pages.