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.
You might think of Neopets as nothing more than an internet-based Tamagotchi—but they helped pave the way for Web 2.0.
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Garbage Pail Kids were a smash hit, but they also drew intense criticism from concerned parents—and renowned ocean diver Jacques Cousteau.
Pizza Hut's president had an idea to get kids flocking to libraries and book fairs: Give them some free pizza.
Before Nintendo burrowed its way into millions of homes, it had to win over retailers in New York City—and the difficulty level was set to 'almost impossible.'
Ultra-wide-legged JNCO jeans look ridiculous today, but back in the 1990s, JNCOs were the pants that defied authority ... as well as common sense and many school dress codes.
Mad magazine gave us Alfred E. Neuman and Spy vs. Spy and made irreverent, anti-establishment humor a thing. Here's what you need to know about 'Mad.'
In the year 2000, kids could do chores and frustrate their parents at the same time. An addictive video game called 'The Sims' made it possible.
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It’s a story involving the Supreme Court, Mr. Rogers, Tom Cruise, and E.T., and we’re about to rewind it all.
In the first edition of "Throwback," our all-new YouTube series, we take a deep dive into the bizarre history of Sea-Monkeys and Harold von Braunhut, the man who created them—then funneled the millions he made into illegal activities.