Friday, February 26, 2010
By Kimiya Shokoohi
How do you picture a typical reporter? Middle-aged, a little weathered, potentially balding? How about a 10-year-old with a James Dean hairdo, a pocket full of calling cards, and who is dressed to kill, or at least, gets down to the story.
Time Magazine's kid reporter Brennan LaBrie is painting a new picture of the criteria many expect reporters to fit.
“I was into writing in first grade. Our teacher showed us that we could just make our own books,” LaBrie said about how it all began. “And one day on the swings I thought I could start my own newspaper.” (Read More)