For every generation there's some element of popular culture that defines the gap between parent and child: Rock and roll, tongue piercing, yadda yadda. I'm sure back in the Stone Age the old geezers didn't trust all those young, uppity Neanderthals running around with their discovery of fire. And today, video games are the new rock and roll, pushing up a maternal barier between mothers and their children around the world. But AOL Games and ALL YOU
magazine is here to help video game-challenged moms endure an intensive one-day, two-hour boot camp session to give moms a primer on what all this new-fangled Wii, PS3, and Xbox 360 devilry is about. Local area moms should flock to 75 Rockefeller Plaza (New York, NY) this Wednesday from 10am - 12pm. Details inside.