A biased view of young protesters from the archives of Milwaukee’s police officers, “Milwaukee’s Finest.”
Monthly Archives: January 2012
La Raza Community Centre offered a variety of activities and support for local youth of San Diego during the late 70s–early 80s.
Mid-wink, Mid-gum chew, Mid-hair twirl
Take a peek at these disturbingly awkward portraits of teenage girls by Stockholm based artist Julia Peirone.
You Can’t Be 20
“In 1965 I was up in Canada, and there was a friend of mine up there who had just left a rock’n’roll band… he had just newly turned 19, and that meant he was no longer allowed into his favorite hangout, which was kind of a teeny-bopper club and once you’re over 18 you couldn’t get in there anymore; so he was really feeling terrible because his girlfriends and everybody that he wanted to hang out with, his band could still go there, you know, but it’s one of the things that drove him to become a folk singer was that he couldn’t play in this club anymore.
Henry Parland: Nordic Rimbaud
large, red balloons
that I buy on the street
and release into the heavens.
A 1960s French pollster interviews Elsa, the winner of “Miss 19,” a Parisian beauty queen, about political, social, and cultural opinions.
♫ I feel the pressure from the family, pressure from my friends, pressure from inside of me – this is where it ends … ohhh what’ll i do?!
It’s 1980 in Britain and along comes the ‘Lord Anthony’ snorkel parka (a warm winter coat leagues ahead of the ones C&A were churning out).
The Batcave 1983
Question is: Where do young people go in the dark hours of the London night?
Sentimental Value Presents: Teenage Tales
For the past few years, I’ve been combing through eBay on a mission.