A lot has changed in 10 years.
Old media tries to catch up. Other industries are also realizing that YouTubers are the best way to reach teenagers.
RIP, Sassy magazine. We miss you.
“My 6-Cigarette Way to Quit Smoking.” Um, rilly?
15-years-ago in a nutshell: Leo DiCaprio, Leo DiCaprio, LEO!
In 2008, the then 18-year-old actress appeared in the magazine’s Young Hollywood issue — as one of “the stars of tomorrow.”
Now all you need to win a young Ryan Gosling’s heart is a time machine and a deep appreciation for jazz.
It’s been nearly 10 years since YM was prematurely ripped from our glitter-polished hands. Which means we’ve had NO idea what guys have been thinking for the past decade.
So this is what Pete Campbell has been doing in his Manhattan apartment? What would Trudy say?
Remember these teen magazines? They may be gone, but definitely not forgotten.
Give a boy-crazy teenage girl a YM subscription and a glue stick, and she will give you a masterpiece. I created this huge scrapbook of cute boys when as a teenager in the ’90s. No shame. Okay, a little shame.
In the pages of the December 1999 issue of YM, the teen mag decided took a stab at what television might look like if we made it past Y2K. Somehow, there never was a “Sabrina, The Middle-Aged Witch” or a “Buffy, The Space-Age Slayer” but I don’t at all doubt that there will someday be a “That ’90s Show”.