The Wicked Witch episode of Sesame Street was pulled from syndication following complaints that it traumatized children.
For a large part of the 20th century, 'Grit' was a newspaper that focused almost exclusively on positivity, with a mandate to "suggest peace and good will towards men."
From its first steps out of the primordial sludge of the ARPANET days to its current role as a vessel for cat videos and Netflix, we're taking a look at just some of the most important moments in internet history.
The Video Game History Foundation is unloading duplicate copies from its magazine vault—including an issue of 'Nintendo Power' #1.
The glossy pages of most catalogues and magazines can be recycled along with the rest of your paper products.
Larry Flynt and Hugh Hefner—two titans of titillation—were never close. But a paper trail shows that Flynt may have wanted to see the 'Playboy' founder suffer a case of lead poisoning.
Celebrities fade in and out of fashion, and so do the magazines that cover them. Here are 11 retro celebrity magazines that covered classic movie, music, radio, and television stars.