What better book to be designed by teenagers than Lord of the Flies!
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Charlie Sexton is a dreamboat. He and his younger brother Will picked up the guitar as young boys in Austin, Texas and spent their teenage years jamming with rock legends.
Interview with TweenHobo
@TweenHobo is a twelve-year-old – “but a hard twelve” – trainhopping teenybopper who keeps a twitter account on the side.
Theatrical, spirited, and oversized—what would high school sports be without their Eagles, Bobcats, or Black Knights?
Looks of ’69
Bellbottoms, beads, bare mid drifts, ginghams, fringe leather vests, long flowing hair–these were the looks of high schoolers, 1969.
The Lollipop Generation
The Lollipop Generation is the first feature film by the Canadian artist and musician G.B.
This may be the only pageant where contestants are required to know how to butcher a sheep—Miss Navajo.
Jeremy is a seventeen-year-old football player living in one of America’s most conservative regions.
Henson’s Youth 68
In April 1968, NBC aired a one-hour long documentary called Youth 68.
Jackson Pollack Gets Some Fatherly Advice
In 1928, LeRoy Pollack penned a thoughtful note to his sixteen-year-old son, Jackson.