Young Modern began in February 1962 and became the 'bible' for Adelaide teenagers. ...young people everywhere in South Australia now have their very own magazine produced exclusively for them and not linked in any way with anything published for "squares". Editorial, volume 1 number 1, February 15, 1962. Young Modern's aim was to present young people's news and views. Articles included fashion tips, behaviour advice, pop star interviews and reviews from the pop, jazz and folk scenes.
This 'Faces and places' from 1963 section shows the Glenelg Sound Lounge and Scott's in Rundle Street.
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