Before receiving the coveted ‘It Girl’ title, Chloe Sevigny was just another kid ditching school, taking the train into Manhattan to hang out in Washington Square Park.
Monthly Archives: January 2013
Boston Punks, 1982
Excerpts from Boston’s “Weekday” People Are Talking “Punk Rock 1982 episode” from Stone Films NYC on Vimeo.
Mike Leigh’s “The Short and Curlies”
Mike Leigh‘s 1987 short film, The Short and Curlies, is a story of young love in suburban purgatory.
Juvenile Delinquent Boys of Ishka, Russia
Photographs by Lise Sarfati of a colony for the reeducation of underaged delinquent boys through hard labor in Iksha, Russia, 1995.
13 Yr Old Compares School System to Slavery
Eighth grader Jada Williams, a student at School #3 in Rochester NY, wrote a compelling essay connecting the Rochester School System to Frederick Douglas’s The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, or slavery.
Punk Girls of Houston, TX
Punk rock deep in the heart of Texas.
“Times Square” Movie
One of my favorite teen and music themed movies of all time (a favorite genre to begin with) is Times Square.
The Modern Sound Trio
The Modern Sound Trio was a jazz group composed of all blind high school students.
Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers
Fourteen year old Frankie Lymon, the genius soprano doo-wop singer and songwriter, talks about how he spends his allowance with an English interviewer.
Evangelist Tzigane Gypsies, France, 1973
Selected photographs by Guy Le Querrec of youths at the International Meeting of Evangelist Tziganes that took place in Brittany, France, 1973.