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This article originally appeared on TeenWire.org Eleven-year-old Percy Miller Jr. enjoys doing most things an average fifth grader does: shooting hoops, hangin' with his partners, and listening to Lil Bow Wow. But this boy's life is a little different than most kids his age. Percy Jr. (also known as Lil' Romeo) happens to be the […]
This article originally appeared on TeenWire.org On a cold day in January when she could easily be in the comfort of her home, hiphop recording artist Makeba Mooncycle is at the community storefront that houses the Ambassador Youth Program, of which she is managing director/street team leader. She radiates a purposeful and enlightening presence that […]
This article originally appeared on TeenWire.org Before Dark is the hot, new, all-girl singing group that is taking the country by storm! The South Central Los Angeles based trio of Jeni (18), Arike (16) and Mia (14) started singing together about four years ago. Now, they're on tour with 'Nsync. Their debut album, Daydreamin' (released by RCA records) exudes […]
This article originally appeared on TeenWire.org What's "too far" in today's music videos? Is "too far" something that makes you blush, turn away, become embarrassed? We surveyed teens like you to find out. But first, here's a list of terms of stuff that might be considered no-no's. Intoxicants/drug use: From Maui-wowie smoke to glasses of […]
This article originally appeared on TeenWire.org Feminist-inspired, riot girl band the Lunachicks have been playing together since 1987. Sonic Youth came to one of their early gigs and landed them their first record deal in '88. This all-women band has done more than five albums (including their most recent, Luxury Problem); modeled a line of […]
This article originally appeared on RSSCloud.org For the sake of prosperity, we have kept the Walkthrough page alive and have stored it here for future reference: Implementor’s guide to rssCloud This document shows how RSS 2.0′s <cloud> element can be used to connect a loosely-coupled Twitter-like network of people and 140-character status messages. We walk through an […]