The York Public Library invited teens to jam to the "Guitar Hero" video game series last week. The guitar is the joy stick. Below, from left, Cody Cossin and Clint Boheler, both 15, strut their stuff.
The York Public Library invited teens to jam to the "Guitar Hero" video game series last week. The guitar is the joy stick. Below, from left, Cody Cossin and Clint Boheler, both 15, strut their stuff.
The York Public Library invited teens to jam to the "Guitar Hero" video game series last week. The guitar is the joy stick. Below, from left, Cody Cossin and Clint Boheler, both 15, strut their stuff.

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November 08, 2007 1:08 AM

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