Archive for the youth culture Category

Jena Malone > Kristen Stewart

Posted in dames, movies, youth culture on November 18, 2009 by All Conference Vintage
AHA! I finally figured out who the fuck that dull as dishwater Kristen Stewart reminds me of- as digitalbath so succinctly declares, “she’s the bad form of Jena Malone.”
Jena- she has a band and was in Saved!

k stew

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Friday feelgood song of the week: "Teenage Riot (live)" by Sonic Youth (1991)

Posted in american heroes, American music, Friday feel good songs, youth culture on September 25, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

This footage is from that “1991: the year punk broke (SIC)” movie. This is my favorite song to play drums to on Rock Band II- what a funny world we live in.

Friday feelgood song of the week: "Him or Me" by Paul Revere and the Raiders

Posted in American music, badassery, cars, fuzzy childhood memories, made in usa, showmanship, youth culture on September 18, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

Kirk Cameron rocks a Growing Pains shirt

Posted in celebrity endorsers, Eighties, t-shirts, youth culture on September 12, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

This photo just struck me as the penultimate of self referential tomfoolery. We know you’re on Growing Pains, dude. We know you’re a fan.

This is a bit like Metallica wearing their own band shirts on stage, which they constantly did. Oh, you like YOUR OWN BAND THAT IS PLAYING RIGHT NOW THAT I PAID MONEY TO SEE? I had no idea.

By the way, I’m on a mission to find that shirt now.

Diane Lane 30 years ago

Posted in dames, made in usa, youth culture on August 27, 2009 by All Conference Vintage


I have a thing for Diane Lane.

what John Hughes’ funeral should look like

Posted in chicago, Eighties, high school, movies, Music, youth culture on August 12, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

Friday feelgood song of the week: "Summertime" performed by The Zombies (1965)

Posted in Anglophilia, Friday feel good songs, on the TeeVee machine, showmanship, youth culture on July 31, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

Gershwin tune from Porgy and Bess, of course. But, jeez, do they kill it or what?