Slumber Party Barbie of 1965 came with her own "How to Lose Weight" book. One tip: "Don’t eat."
The 1964 World's Fair was home to many attractions whose legacies would extend far beyond the Fair's gates. One that didn't: Ford's Magic Skyway.
Party like you've got heartburn on the ISS.
Behind the scenes with your favorite purveyor of $3 wine and cookie butter.
In the 1860s, competitive runners wore leather cleats.
Chimerism is sibling rivalry at its most primal.
The next time you go bungee jumping, thank a group of Oxford University students for the experience.
Grab your goggles. It’s not chlorine.
Here come some facts from Aunt Opus!
Remember Gale's coffee apparatus? This restaurant is basically the real life spin-off of that scene.
These new sunglasses have six different colorful inserts that simulate the visual hallucinations associated with LSD use.
'The Wonderful Wizard of Oz' was the 'Harry Potter' of its day.
Wishing you could take back that typo-riddled email you just sent? There's a Google Chrome extension for that.
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