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Kate Erbland is the Executive Editor, Film of IndieWire.com, where she has worked since 2015. Some of her previous work can be found at Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan, Rolling Stone, The Dissolve, Vulture, New York Daily News, MSN Movies, and Boxoffice Magazine.
Here's what some famous toys like Barbie, LEGO bricks, and Mr. Potato Head looked like in their early days.
Frozen foods have a complicated backstory, a long scientific evolution, and a debate over pizza origins that could make your head spin.
Every year, Punxsutawney Phil makes his Groundhog Day prediction about how much winter we've got left. Here's a closer look at the rodent we trust for weather prognostication.
Happy National Junk Food Day!
It has been exactly 20 years since 'Sex and the City' first premiered on HBO and instantly pushed cosmos, Post-it note break-ups, and Mr. Big into the cultural lexicon, and affection for the groundbreaking series has yet to diminish.
Have you ever wondered where exactly the chocolate chip came from? Who invented it? Who decided it was best for baking? Should we be calling it a “chip” or a “morsel”? We’ve got all those answers—and more!
April 19th is National Garlic Day! Celebrate with a few fun facts about this delicious, flavor-packed add-in that can do almost anything, from reducing your cholesterol to keeping vampires at bay.
Happy National S'mores Day!
From biological warfare to underground bunkers to "Blucifer" the horse, Denver's airport has generated a lot of mysterious buzz.
The movie that turned Julia Roberts into a star—and popularized the "hooker with a heart of gold" trope—is turning 30 in 2020.
Sure, you know the cat-eating alien hails from the planet Melmac, but there’s plenty you (probably) don’t know about Gordon Shumway and his classic television show.
November 15 marks official Clean Your Refrigerator Day. While not a national holiday, it should be one, because let’s face it—your fridge is gross. Here are a few offbeat cleaning tips.