Kids These Days
June 8th, 2007

A year ago the Parks Department closed a student art exhibit in the Brooklyn War Memorial because of a sexually explicit sculpture. Now the city has settled a case, issued an apology, and agreed to pay $55,750. The Daily News suggests that to avoid future conflicts with “oh-so-oppressed kids” that the city should just bar all art exhibits on city property.

The New York Postthinks a Bushwick youth group, who had a run in with the police and has earned the support of teachers and a City Council member, is nothing more than a “gang.”

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