Off Beat: Andrew Doheny Episode 005
One of the most entertaining things there is to do on this planet is ask Andrew Doheny questions.
Dear Youth The fun that leads to sleep paralysis
“Never trust a thought that didn’t come from walking.” That’s a quote by an old madman by the name of Friedrich Nietzsche. He’s an existential pioneer and had one hell of a dark passenger throughout his life. But the man sure did drop some wisdom while he was here. I bring this up as a bit…
Sincerely Suburbia A What Youth Original Flim
Sincerely Suburbia is our final salute to a film and a moment in time we’re rather fond of. And damn is it a pretty little thing. Shot around the globe in 2012, this is an almost 10-minute film pulled from the Dear Suburbia cutting room floor. But being that Kai is notoriously picky during editing…
Off Beat: Balaram Stack Episode 004
Balaram Stack answers the tough questions in this episode of Off Beat.
Fairly Normal: Evan Geiselman Episode 002
We hungout with Evan Geiselman in Hawaii and he showed us that vicious forehand whip of his and once again proves that there is something about Floridians and Pipeline
2012 Memoirs A year in review
What Youth was born in 2012, and it makes us misty thinking about all the fun we had last year. But it’s only just begun. We currently just got home from a magical spirit quest into the rough and tumble Pacific Northwest and are packing those same bags that were filled with jackets and 5/4/3’s…
Warm Light A What Youth short starring Jack Freestone
Super-8 footage is warm and raw. It makes you feel nostalgic and the outcome is always candid and honest. This film was shot in Bali and stars Jack Freestone. Filmed and edited by Jack Coleman
Dear Youth A Treatise on Art and Coffee
Coffee is a drug. That’s masked by ubiquity and social acceptance but it’s just hot speed. Black hot wonderful speed. That thought lingered last Saturday morning as a nice young man in a waxed-cotton apron and mustache — and not a November mustache, but a real annual subscription to the thing — fixed my Guatemalan…