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Interview with Stephen Hayes, author of ‘The Magic Crystals’ Series

Rock Haulter

"I’ve always relied on a pretty wacky imagination to provide inspiration, so fantasy was the logical direction for me." Read More »

The Payne Of Redemption: A Look at Videogame Addiction

Have you lost an extra life yet? Read More »

A Look at Digital Content Creators – From a Super-8 Perspective

Today is becoming a golden age for young "content creators" (with film gone, we can hardly call them filmmakers, anymore). Read More »

Book Review: Not Quite Adults: Why 20-Somethings Are Choosing a Slower Path to Adulthood by Richard Settersten and Barbara E. Ray

A grim picture for those in their 20s and transitioning to adulthood. Read More »

Music Review: The Orb feat. David Gilmour – Metallic Spheres

A collaboration between electronica stalwart The Orb and Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, Metallic Spheres seamless marries the two. Read More »

When Did We Grow Up?

The rain is pounding, inspiring reflections on youth. Read More »

Interview with Bones‘ Kathy Reichs about Forensic Anthropology, Temperance Brennan, Spider Bones, and Virals

Author Kathy Reichs speaks about her own career, Temperance Brennan's next case, and her first foray into the young adult market. Read More »

Time is for the Old

Time is best enjoyed by the mature. Read More »

For Cryin’ Out Loud, Tell Young People the Rest of the Story About Aging

Data from the NSLH Aging Project could be used to scare young people, but why? Read More »

What Makes You Think It’s O.K. to Say That?!

The next time someone hands this 20-year-old a kids' menu, I'm dyeing my hair gray. Read More »