In 1998, Cher reinvented herself yet again—and forever changed the way hit songs were made—with “Believe.“
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.
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.
Boo Buckets are back for 2023, and here’s how you can get your hands on the McDonald’s Halloween buckets that kids have been getting hyped up for since the 1980s.
Middle of Beyond offers holiday ornaments, ugly Christmas sweaters, and more inspired by your favorite '70s and '80s horror classics, including "Evil Dead 2," "Phantasm," and others.
Rainbow Dash is up against the Decepticons this year in a vicious battle for toy supremacy.
Love Jason Voorhees? Now you can celebrate his special day all season long with this delightfully spooky ‘Friday the 13th’ collection from Fun.com.
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.
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.
It’s often said that Barbie is 19 years old, but the answer is a little more nuanced than that.
Could anyone dance that horribly in real life? Yes.
Ask Jeeves became a casualty of the search engine wars of the early 2000s. Eventually, their mascot was escorted right out the door.
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.
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.
Whether it was a mustached dad, an egg in a frying pan, or Pee-wee Herman holding a crack vial, public service announcements pulled out all the stops to save Gen Xers' lives.
The transparent novelty phones were a fixture in many a teenager's bedroom.
The buzzing mattresses used to be a staple of seedy motels everywhere. Then they disappeared.
Whether you’re obsessed with Barbie or you just really love sharks, these new limited-edition collections from MeUndies can make your summer even more fun.
If you wanted to hear your favorite band sing "Creep" in the early '90s, you had a plethora of choices.