This movie is a reminder of the importance of sisterhood, teamwork, and pure talent.
During this year’s Vox Media Cafe Session 3, a group of Atlanta teens joined together to tell you what the city means to them with a look through their eyes.
Watching a film about a tragic event that happened 50 years ago, I felt as if it could have been a clip that I would see on the news tomorrow.
Would Tyler’s latest album save me from the anxiety surrounding my move to college and all the other insecurities in my life at the time? It did, sort of.
VOX Media Cafe Session 3 was summer camp on steroids. Teens who have been on the VOX staff or in previous VMC sessions returned to Atlanta’s teen newsroom for a more advanced dive into journalism, multimedia and teamwork. They ate ice cream at BBDO ad agency, chased Carl Azuz through the esteemed halls of CNN, drew […]
The economic benefits, jobs and education associated with the booming film industry in Atlanta are all fantastic, but this question still stands: Where do young people fit into this new industry and how do we get involved?
Two candidates for Atlanta’s next mayor sat down with VOX this summer to talk about the election and where they stand on key issues impacting local teens.
Turns out, some Atlanta teens are starting their own businesses in different industries and making a hell of an impact. Here are some of the black Atlanta teens changing the game selling clothes, hair products and jewelry — and motivating others.
The disconnect between what we heard in sex education class and what we see was something we wished to change. So, we conducted multiple interviews, trying to find some insight into the issue of sex education in Georgia.
Now the world has transitioned into the age of “mumble rap,” the most talked about and controversial of the lot. So, where does this leave the influential Atlanta music scene?