Second Floor—North Building Created as a result of the reorganization of the Main Library, this new department was designed to exclusively support the needs and interests of teenagers. From its new home on the second floor of the North Building, the TeenSpot offers a wide range of services for teen customers. It is a welcoming, inviting place for teens looking for a spot to work on homework, browse teen materials, and use an array of new technologies.
Use Your Nose. Have a real, face-to-face conversation when your son or daughter comes home after socializing with friends. If there has been drinking or smoking, the smell will be on their breath, on clothing and in their hair. Look Them in the Eyes. When your child gets home after going out with her friends, take a close look. Pay attention to his or her eyes.
Kurzweg began creating the cartoons when her oldest child was in middle school as a way to communicate with her kids and remind them in a fun way to do things. Her three children are teenagers now, and her artwork captures the daily struggles of taking care of semi-independent kids, from trying not to embarrass them to reminding them to pick up their clothes off the floor. She uses the medium now to relax after a long day.
I want to be "in the middle of every thing". What hotel could be a good spot? Thanks a lot!!!! Without question, you want the Outrigger Waikiki.