McNugget Buddies are back in action, but these Happy Meals won't last forever.
Solariums are nostalgic for many customers, but Wendy's thinks they’re dated.
From ARPANET to Myspace, this internet timeline hits all the important milestones.
Most of these items are ’90s snacks and drinks that’ll evoke a hearty “I remember that!” from the nearest Millennial.
The "Ty" on the iconic heart-shaped Beanie Babies tag isn't an abbreviation. It's the name of the toy brand and its notorious founder.
The tiny chips held just 60 seconds of pop music, but kids still couldn’t get enough.
If you watch 'It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' every year, this limited-edition Halloween Snoopy bobblehead is a worthwhile investment.
Rainbow Dash is up against the Decepticons this year in a vicious battle for toy supremacy.
You can play Dr. Seuss ‘Scrabble’ here or there—you can play it anywhere!
The Muppets have squared off against everyone from Johnny Cash to Celine Dion.
You can now be the proud owner of the first-ever Garbage Pail Kid. And yes, it's a literal kid in a garbage pail.
Discover some of the most valuable board games from the ‘80s and ‘90s, including “HeroQuest,” “Dream Phone,” and others.
Suggestive lyrics from bands like Twisted Sister led to the 1985 Parents Music Resource Center Senate hearing on whether musicians should be allowed to rock without parental supervision.
A lot of them had something to with candy corn.
It’s often said that Barbie is 19 years old, but the answer is a little more nuanced than that.
Ask Jeeves became a casualty of the search engine wars of the early 2000s. Eventually, their mascot was escorted right out the door.
In 1993, just 34 days after the Waco siege ended, NBC premiered 'In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco'—a TV movie greenlit, scripted, and largely shot while the tragedy was still unfolding.
The controversial 1964 children's book about a codependent tree was adapted into a 1972 animated short.
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.
Cars with wood paneling used to be all the rage. And yes, it made perfect sense at the time.
Dunder Mifflin employees aren't the only people curious about whether that now-iconic DVD logo ever really does hit the corner of the screen.
In 1993, a teenaged Alicia Silverstone changed the rules for video vixens everywhere with Aerosmith's "Cryin'"—and cemented her place in pop culture history.