Bunked follows the story of "5 young summer camp counselors as they embark on their first taste of adulthood. Fatal secrets, impassioned jealousy and triangular love trysts surround the teenagers, all made more pressing as the end of the summer approaches." For more information on Bunked, visit www.bunkedthemusical.com.

Found at Vintage Ad Browser.

From the 1993 film Addams Family Values. Happy Thanksgiving!

"Can summer camp change your life? I think it can. It did for me." -Seth Godin

Norman Rockwell's "Straight Talks From Scoutmaster," from the front cover of the August 1919 issue of Boys' Life magazine.

Summer camp isn't usually the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Christmas and Santa Claus, but Tim Hortons gave families in Toronto a great reminder that it's not too early to be thinking about the summer with their float in Sunday's 106th annual Santa Claus Parade.


Part of the humor in Ty Burrell's Phil Dunphy character on ABC's Modern Family is how positively upbeat and lovably oblivious he is. This is on full display in the "Manny Get Your Gun" episode (Season 2, Episode 8). In talking about the previous summer's Family Camp, which Phil explains is...

Photo taken during a camp run by the Young Womens Hebrew Association in New York City. Undated. Found on the Jewish Women's Archive.

Nancy and Sluggo #192, 1963. Found at coverbrowser.com.

Part 2 In this episode, which originally aired in April of 1988, Punky goes to Camp Kookalookie, where all sorts of zany '80s hilarity ensues. If you're keeping track of the fictitious camp names at home, this episode also references nearby boy's camp, Camp Scratchinitchy.