ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND DEC. 12-13, 2015 AND THEREAFTER - In this Nov. 27, 2015 photo, Juneau-Douglas High School student Noah Spengler holds up two of his silk-screens at his home in Juneau, Alaska. Spengler is a 17-year-old with a business he's created by hand. Spengler paints and draws, keeps sketches in a notebook and paintings on the walls of his family's home. Earlier this year, he found a way to get his artwork out into the world, and customers' closets, when he started a silk-screening business. And though it's just getting started, he's shipped t-shirts and sweatshirts with his designs as far as the United Kingdom and Australia. (Mary Catharine Martin/Capital City Weekly via AP)

Kid businessman

  • By MARY CATHARINE MARTIN
  • Saturday, December 12, 2015 4:28pm
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