Sani has probably never even had a split end. Her hair is perfect: straight, dark, thick, shiny, and fresh. She’s a regular Princess Jasmine.
Sarah doesn’t mind cutting, dyeing, or changing her ‘do. She’s more than happy to switch it up, grow it out, and live her life. After all, “It’s just hair.”
What’s the story of Jared’s auburn hair? Kelaine interviews different people with different hair types, colors, lengths, and textures to find out.
Being an adult means taking care of yourself. So why is that so hard? Why is healthcare so confusing?
On this spring day, Kelaine took her notebook to Logan Circle to enjoy the weather and some people-watching inspiration in the park.
Things are more complicated when there’s less sunshine and mini golf. Kelaine reflects on carefree summers spent in Long Beach Island with her cousins.
Summer camp is a beautiful, confusing place for Kerry and Isabel. A short story about two girls, talking by moonlight in their bunk beds.
A look back, year by year, at the things people said to or about me. Because for better or worse, some words stay with you forever.
In elementary schools throughout suburban New Jersey, kids were forced to square dance during gym class. And you know what? It was weirdly awesome.