These Americans cities attracted the greatest percentages of Millennial transplants last year.
These vintage Polly Pocket toys from the ’90s and beyond are fun for more than just nostalgia; they could pack some serious cash into your wallet, too.
There are Homage t-shirts for every corner of pop culture, from Nickelodeon and the Garbage Pail Kids to Guy Fieri and beyond.
Whether you’re a nostalgic kid-at-heart or a parent shopping for kids of your own, here are some fun retro back-to-school products from the 1970s, ‘80s, and ‘90s that you can still buy today.
The age ranges and birth years for Gen Z and Gen Alpha—along with Millennials—are clearer (so we can all quit fighting about it now).
The stereotype of Millennials fleeing their hometown at the earliest opportunity isn't accurate.
Bookstore locations have been trending upward in recent months.
Whether Gen Z or even Generation Alpha will carry forth the Millennial Pink torch remains to be seen, but they’re wearing a lot of hot pink lately …
Millennials in North Dakota are saddled with much less student loan debt than their California counterparts.
How did the Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon, survive the sinking of its mother ship? We’re about to find out.
The website that taught you HTML and how to keep a virtual pet from starving is now accessible on your mobile phone.
In this edition of The List Show, Mental Floss editor-in-chief—and, yes, Millennial—Erin McCarthy is digging up 100 fascinating facts about her fellow Gen Y-ers, who have gotten a lot of flak for killing off everything from mayonnaise to Big Macs.
A generational expert divides Millennials into "me-llennials" and "mega-llennials." Which group you belong to depends on your career and financial success.
The traditional gift-giving exchange known as Secret Santa can result in social shaming and overspending, according to a new survey.
Looking to settle down in a place where you can really stretch every dollar? Consider one of America's undervalued cities.
Areas were evaluated using four factors—unemployment rate, migration flows, housing costs, and property crime—and the results aren't what you'd expect.
They may have grown up in a digital world, but Millennial reading habits are traditional: they prefer print books, are keeping bookstores alive, and love visiting libraries.