The creative team behind ‘Back to the Future: The Musical’ inherited the heavy task of recreating the movie's time-traveling DeLorean for the stage.
The Pantone Color Institute’s global team of experts conducts color psychology research and discusses potential Color of the Year options year-round.
They might be called “Jersey barriers,” but they weren’t born in the Garden State.
Solariums are nostalgic for many customers, but Wendy's thinks they’re dated.
There’s a good chance you’ll end up wanting to wear these flashy, funny ugly Christmas sweaters all year round.
In the late 1980s, thousands of cars were adorned with a seemingly crushed stuffed cat. Not everyone found it funny.
Halloween is absolutely the season for decorating your house with cat skeleton candles by PyroPet.
There are Homage t-shirts for every corner of pop culture, from Nickelodeon and the Garbage Pail Kids to Guy Fieri and beyond.
To block microwave radiation, all you need is a simple screen.
LEGO’s Concorde plane is as sleek as its real-life counterpart.
America has no shortage of cool license plate designs—and plenty of weird ones, too.
Cars with wood paneling used to be all the rage. And yes, it made perfect sense at the time.
You may have never noticed the extra holes on the sides of your Chuck Taylor All-Stars, but they serve a clever purpose.
If you’re wearing jeans, you’ll probably spot some tiny metal rivets surrounding the front pockets. Like a lot of details in life, we’ve become accustomed to seeing them. So why are they there?
To annoy you? Possibly. For other good reasons, like keeping you alive? Also yes.
Apple's iconic logo is rumored to have been inspired by Eve's bite into the apple of knowledge, Newton's discovery of gravity, and Alan Turing's untimely end. Are any of these stories true?
Though hopefully you’ll never need it, the loop on your seatbelt is there to prevent injury or even death in a crash.
Can your MacGyver air scrubber do the work of a purifier costing hundreds of dollars? Science says yes.
On June 19, 2023, the United States will celebrate Juneteenth and the anniversary of Black emancipation. Here’s the meaning behind the holiday’s official flag.