- Dean Young: `Success is a way of life.' // Career World;Oct91, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p8
Focuses on the job of Dean Young who works for the nonprofit organization, the Boys and Girls Club of Easton, Pa. Young's formation of the Future Stars, a group that is dedicated to academic and personal excellence; How he got interested in the club; Education.
- ABOUT THE AUTHOR. // Fall Higher;1/ 1/2011, p105
The article offers a brief profile of author Dean Young.
- On the Take. Weisberg, Karen; Alexis, Jennifer // FoodService Director;4/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p38
Looks at the take-out business in the U.S. Necessary element in attracting and retaining patrons; Comments from Kathy Sanders of Wachovia; Distinctions between menu offerings designed for on-premise consumption and those intended for portability; Statement from Lawanda Spotts, director of food...
- Glider. Young, Dean // Poetry;Oct2003, Vol. 183 Issue 1, p28
Presents the poem "Glider," by Dean Young.
- Flamenco. Young, Dean // Poetry;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 190 Issue 4, p268
Presents the poem "Flamenco," by Dean Young. First Line: The sexual gasps coming from the garden shed; Last Line: trying to poke through a mousehole in the cosmos.
- Undertow. Young, Dean // Poetry;Nov2007, Vol. 191 Issue 2, p121
Presents the poem "Undertow," by Dean Young. First Line: People looking at the sea, Last Line: eating each other.
- Lucifer. Young, Dean // Fall Higher;1/ 1/2011, p5
The poem "Lucifer," by Dean Young is presented. First Line: You can read almost anything; Last Line: only falls.
- Dragonfly. Young, Dean // Fall Higher;1/ 1/2011, p14
The poem "Dragonfly," by Dean Young is presented. First Line: Whatever you start out as; Last Line: you'd think I'd give up.
- Opal. Young, Dean // Fall Higher;1/ 1/2011, p18
The poem "Opal," by Dean Young is presented. First Line: It's not that Monet cared that much about stacks of hay. Last Line: You didn't get everything but you got a lot.