It can be tough to be a teen in New York City. They're too old to want the 'rents that's you, mom or dad to accompany them everywhere, but many destinations don't allow adolescents without adult supervision. If your high schooler's idea of a night out on the town has been reduced to hanging with friends and watching Netflix, help them mix it up by sharing this roundup of sweet 16 drop-in activities they can do on their own, a few of which were created by NYC teens. Worried that your teen never listens to you? Print this list out and leave it for them to find—perhaps they'll like these ideas better if you don't actually tell them to go out and try them. The Whitney is one of many NYC museums that host free, teen-only shindigs.
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While the author is given as Jack Lancer, this is actually a pseudonym for a ghostwriter working for the Syndicate. In a interview published in Comics Interview 69, Jim Lawrence disclosed that he was the author of the series. Lawrence went on to write the long running newspaper strip adventures of James Bond. The series was created to capitalize on the marketing potential of the spy genre of the era. Six novels were published. The novels show the TEEN agents going to various foreign countries.
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Browse through dozens of our ever-growing list of teen party themes to find the one that is YOU. We provide tons of DIY ideas for activities and games for each theme to make sure your event will be unique, memorable, and a total blast - all without breaking the bank! Big hair, bright colors, punk rockers, leggings and bangle bracelets.
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