In an age where iPhones and iPads rule the world, kids today may have a pretty difficult time imagining a world where physical CDs -- and even cassette tapes -- were the norm. In a hilarious new video that is now going viral, a handful of kids, aged 13 and younger, were given a Walkman and asked what it was and how to operate it. And the overwhelming majority of them were (adorably) stumped.
I've been a fan of Steely Dan since high school. The band that gave us rock classics like "Reeling in the Years," "Do it Again," "Rikki, Don't Lose That Number," "Aja,'' and ''Hey Nineteen'' has announced a 2014 summer tour.
ThA major TV network is planning a summer docu-series about single parents, and their teenage children. They're looking for teenagers, aged 14-20 and their single parents to embark on a summer adventure to be filmed for air on a major TV network.
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