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Stranger Things: Kids on the Loose
Were the parents portrayed in Stranger Things neglectful, clueless, or cool? Join Lenore Skenazy as she talks with a couple young fans of the show about life in Hawkins in the 80's and how it compares to today. What's scarier? Demodogs or leaving your house at night without a cell phone? How could parents leave their kids at the shopping mall for hours?

Aug 17, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Morgan Lips
Sophomore, Arlington, VA
Morgan is an entering sophomore at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia, where she plays on the Girls JV Softball team. She volunteers at Lost Dog and Cat and was a 2019 recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution Youth Citizenship Award. Morgan enjoys sports, history, and searching online for news and theories about Stranger Things!
Silas Klinefelter
7th grader, Lexington, KY
Silas is 12 years old and is a rising 7th grader. He attends a public Spanish immersion dual language school in Lexington, KY. He’s been in this program since Kindergarten. He plays the viola in the orchestra and is on the basketball team. He loves Stranger Things, riding his bike, hanging out with friends and playing video games. He is also learning to bake because he loves sweets.
AJ Troxell
6th grader, Santa Clara, CA
AJ , 11, plays football, basketball, and baseball and will attend a STEM program at a brand new school middle school this fall. He plays video games and is teaching himself video production. In addition to Stranger Things, he's also a fan of Naruto anime and Star Wars.