It’s been 20 years since the movie came out and I need some closure.
Warning: This post may cause existential crises.
Tiffani Amber Thiessen is great and all…but Kelly Kapowski is a legend.
The TV version of the Ann M. Martin book series is now on Netflix. And it is giving me a heart attack.
Lily Koppel’s new nonfiction book, The Astronaut Wives Club, looks at the historic time in America when astronauts were heroes and their families were emblems. She talks about the book and the photos she gathered.
Monopoly actually played a very important role during the war.
This single-season show was basically Freaks and Geeks at college and a portrait of the year 2001. Case in point: an episode involving that song “How Bizarre.”
Here’s what the beginning of the Space Age looked like.
South African design studio MUTI created a beautiful series of posters inspired by iconic movie locations, for South Africa’s Ster-Kinekor theater chain.
The guy from Dinosaur Jr. once told Sassy magazine readers “butts are so awesome” and pyrotechnics make good gifts.
“Kids, you tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is: never try.”
In 1996, David Letterman decided to take Siskel and Ebert out to New Jersey. Just to visit with some folks.
Your high school experience would really suck if every time you went to the bathroom, your principal was in there pumping iron.
This 30-year-old footage captures a gritty New York that has now mostly disappeared.
When it comes to singing about heartaches, no decade did it better than the ‘70s.
Got a case of the mean reds today? Here are some fascinating facts about this classic film to calm you.
Because she went to Harvard.
And we didn’t even know it.
15 years ago, an NBC soap opera shocked and horrified audiences with a turkey baster.
An expert on 1980s television, the Parks and Rec star offers up his carefully chosen list of favorites.
In 1982, Cindy landed the cover of the illustrious DeKalb NITE Weekly.
From the May 1959 edition of Caper magazine.
This is some insane New Age baloney. So yes, it is the best thing ever.
Not all bloodsuckers are created equal: check out this ranking of Buffy’s fanged enemies, allies, and occasional boyfriends.
Pixar isn’t the only one that hides little gems in their movies. Note: This list does not include hidden Mickeys.
You totally owned so many of these. Because, aliens: yes.
It’s hard not to think of this song without thinking of its iconic bass riff.
Jon Marco is an aspiring pop singer who made this genius music video, recreating scenes from Star Wars, Back to the Future, E.T. and more.