Vibrant dragon kites and more than a million Lego bricks are some of the whimsical childhood pleasures that, in the…
via TurnstyleNews.com Before we go any further, I’d like to say that this isn’t–likely–Ello‘s fault. People have been hungry for a…
By Peter Schurmann, New America Media BERKELEY, Calif. – When Ana Aceves was 12 years old, she sat on her…
Actress Emma Watson, known for her role as Hermione in the Harry Potter movies, told the United Nations this week that she is unabashedly a feminist. Even though the word, she said, has become associated with being too aggressive and even unattractive.
Before virtual reality can be “the next big thing” engineers and researchers have to defeat an old nemesis: motion sickness.
Shortly after I emancipated from foster care, I lost my MediCal. For the past two years, I’ve paid my medical expenses out of pocket. But I didn’t actually need to.
Most teens can’t remember a time without smartphones. But I can, because I just got my first phone last week, a red Nexus 5. Now that I have one, I still can’t see what all the hype is about.
A study published this month in The Journal of Neuroscience looks at free music programs aimed at at-risk kids, and finds that studying music improves performance in the human brain. Youth Radio’s Scott Lau went through a similar program, and is now a freshman at USC studying music business and the cello. Lau contributed his story about how playing the cello has changed him.
Tamajiea Videau is 16 years old, just halfway through high school, and already she can picture her future career.