One trend that’s been making its way from inner-city Oakland neighborhoods into the public eye over the past couple years is the unique dance style known as “turfing.”
In the book Burning Down the House, author and journalist Nell Bernstein discusses the unfairness and harm done by childhood incarceration. Throughout the book, she talks with young people involved in system, exploring how it has impacted their development; and that’s what she did in-person at Youth Radio earlier this month.
The Life Is Living festival is an event that happens once a year in Oakland. It promotes science, which is the root of the event, but it’s also learning, having fun and connecting with the community. I went to the event last saturday with my two sisters. My goal was to visit the STEM mini Maker Faire, and check out the other booths and their interactive experiments .
The year is 20XX: Dallas is covered in 30 inches of snow, San Francisco is experiencing mild tornadoes, and Greenland has become a tropical paradise. At least, this is what inhabitants of possible futures are saying in the new alternate reality game, Future Coast.
From drones in the sky, to raccoons on your block, Youth Radio’s science desk has got you covered. Check out a short list of some of our favorite moments of 2013.
Have you ever run out of dishes while you had guests over? Instead of going to buy some more what…