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A colorful wall recently painted by Aaron Glasson at Little Lion Cafe depicts four women of different ages and races on a canoe.

Jim “Mouse” Robb, a legendary San Diego surfer, especially in Ocean Beach, who started riding waves in the 1940s on 70-pound longboards made of redwood and became a father figure to dozens of local lifeguards and assorted water rats, died April 22, one day shy of his 88th birthday.

Wood, for whom the concepts of power and discovery are central to his writing and art, talks about his background, career and pursuits.

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