Some things never change.
Some things never change.
The Fort Greene, Brooklyn, bunch that rocked PBS has come a long way since their days wearing flair pens and solving mysteries at Zora Neale Hurston Middle School.
We look at photos of 10 New York City street corners and show that in the big city, some things change and some things stay the same. Check out the first round here.
Significant others often begin to resemble one another. Literally.
In which we open up our Bond-ers full of women to celebrate the release of Skyfall.
Redditor Stoopidtrooper and his friend put together an awesome album of how the famous locations from Tim Burton’s classic movie look today.
Though time may ravage our bodies and line our faces o’er with worry, our tiny, novelty-sized couches will always stay tiny, and novelty-sized.
Dang, Hersh! Scott Wilson, the actor behind Hershel, was in “In Cold Blood.”
The second most famous twins to come from “Full House” are 21 now! Their real names are Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit and it’s amazing that they’ve aged just like other humans.
So, do you still have the hots for them?
Dutch historian Jo Teuwisse creates these images by combining digitized photo negatives from the war with painstakingly framed photos of the same locations as they are today. (via thedailywhat.tumblr.com)
Woah AGE, stop blowing my mind!
The cast of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, revisited.
Some of the cast from the 1994 movie recently got together. Unfortunately, Petey wasn’t there.
Even more badass than before!
Frankie Muniz says this is the first time they were together in over 6 years. Look at Dewey!
More than 20 years after the originals were snapped by her father, photographer Wilma Hurskainen gathered her three sisters to reconstruct and re-photograph their childhood’s keepsake photos. The beautiful results are incredibly poignant. (via mymodernmet.com)
Photographer Shawn Clover blends together pictures of the earthquake’s aftermath with those he took of the same spot in 2010. The result is a striking balance between destruction and creation.
Our mental image of many famous historical figures is typically one of them late in life, only after they achieved widespread recognition for their deeds. To counter that, here are portraits of history’s notables when they were children or young men and women.
Now that MTV has deemed these shows “retro,” I’m here to remind you that SPEIDI still exists somewhere in the world.
The website thefew.com documents what happened to our favorite re-imaging of Peter Pan.
Everything you need to know about the legendary first American team to win the Olympic gymnastics team gold.
They’re not as little as they used to be, but they’re just as cute.
Just in case you were wondering.
We look at photos of 10 New York City street corners and show that in the big city, some things change and some things stay the same.
This is what happens when your Beanie Baby gets up out of that box in your basement and goes on to live his life.
The 1995 film “Now and Then” was the slumber party staple for ’90s girls. The movie was about four adult women getting all sentimental about their teenage selves — now we’re sentimental about all of ‘em. Here’s what all the actresses from the movie have been up to lately.
Sure, it’s convenient. But if it breaks, you’re screwed.
Spoiler alert: there’s a lot of botox in these faces. Well, mainly Fran’s.