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  1. 6 Short-Lived ’90s TV Shows Watched by Teens Desperate for Entertainment

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    November 9, 2015 by J.C. Lillis

    90s TV shows

    So I was reading the 1992 Fall Preview Issue of TV Guide, as I am wont to do on a Friday night, …
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  2. Dear 1995 Me: You CAN Surf the Net!

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    October 12, 2015 by J.C. Lillis

    cyber

    Hey, 1995 self. I know it’s been a while. And I know you’re probably pretty busy deciding which pair of …
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  3. 80s Fashion Exclusive! The 11 Worst Wedding Gowns & Bridesmaid Dresses from the 1985 BRIDE’S MAGAZINE

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    October 23, 2013 by J.C. Lillis

    Fall focus: “bridal splendor.” 1. “How can we help you?” “One of my bridesmaids won’t wear natural fibers for ethical …
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  4. 6 Most Paranoia-Inducing Quotes from a 1948 Guide to Beauty and Charm

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    February 10, 2013 by J.C. Lillis

    If you’re like me, there’s always room in your life for one more worry. Right? This one comes to you …
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  5. 7 Most Unfortunately Phrased Excerpts from a 1980s Teen Magazine Plastic Surgery Article

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    January 16, 2013 by J.C. Lillis

    (Part 2 of my in-depth Critical Analysis of a 1988 issue of ‘Teen Magazine. Read Part 1 here.)   Before …
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  6. Fashion Advice from the July 1988 ‘Teen Magazine

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    January 7, 2013 by J.C. Lillis

    Oh, ’Teen Magazine from July 1988: I love you for so many reasons.   I love that your writers were …
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$3.99 YA fiction

Rivalry & romance between two ambitious musical girls. (Features Brandon & Abel from HTRAMH!)

How to Repair a Mechanical Heart

Fanboys find love on the road to 6 sci-fi conventions in this funny-sweet m/m romance.

We Won't Feel a Thing: YA contemporary fantasy-romance

With the help of a mysterious self-help program, two teens fight forbidden love. Then love fights back.

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