A young boy visits the Big Apple to solve a challenging puzzle in YA novel The Guggenheim Mystery [Review]
When a painting is stolen from the Guggenheim and Ted's Aunt Gloria is framed, our heroes are sent racing through New York to find the real culprit.
Mudbound is an exceptional look at racial inequality in the United States before the Civil Rights Act was passed [Review]
Racial inequality was rife in the US during the 1940s and Mudbound perfectly captures the nuance of interracial relationships at the time.
Help pack your froggy friend's luggage and then watch it go on vacation all over Japan. Without you.
The Asian-American hip-hop group burst onto the music scene back in the mid-00s – and they’ve only gone from strength to strength since then.
From rap songs, to Disney princesses: here's who the YP Team wishes would have won a Grammy Award this year.
An estranged brother on death row shows a young man the importance of family in YA novel Moonrise [Review]
Joe reconnects with his brother, who was convicted of killing a policeman ten years ago. What truths will their budding relationship reveal?
On their seventh album MANIA Fall Out Boy ditch the guitars and make techno-heavy songs with big choruses, at the expense of sounding like a band.
Swedish sisters First Aid Kit have grown in popularity but their latest effort Ruins doesn’t quite live up to their own standards.
Foster the People on how they use joy as a weapon and why artists who avoid writing about controversial topics are cowards
The American indie pop band told Young Post about the power of art, and the importance of empathy.
Hannah Tam Wan-ching isn’t discriminate in her love of music. The St. Paul’s Co-educational College student loves everything, from classical to pop – but it’s classical music where her talents lie.