You'll Have to Pry the Microphone From Mark McGrath's Cold, Dead Hands
We talked to the frontman of Sugar Ray about his first new record in a decade, 'Little Yachty,' and why he'll never stop making music.
Hype Williams Changed Hip-Hop Forever With These 10 Videos
Megan Thee Stallion is enlisting the help of legendary director Hype Williams for 'Fever: Thee Movie,' but his fingerprints have been on rap's visuals since the 90s.
What Happened to Jonathan Taylor Thomas?
How did the once-ubiquitous star of 'Home Improvement' and 'The Lion King' fade into oblivion? We investigated.
From 'Putt Putt' to 'Freddi Fish'—How Humongous Entertainment Made Edutainment Fun
Humongous didn't set out to be an edutainment company. That's why their games were so fun.
How 'Cruel Intentions' Brought High-Glamor Cruelty On a Shoestring Budget
For its 20th anniversary, we speak to the cast and crew of the cult classic about persuading the Rolling Stones to play ball, sourcing school uniforms from Goodwill, and how that rosary necklace was made.
The Website for 'Captain Marvel' Is a Nostalgic 90s Dream
I hope you like Comic Sans.
Britney Spears’ “E-Mail My Heart” Predicted the Future
It's easy to look at the '... Baby, One More Time' deep cut as a novelty relic but it's actually prophetic.
Relive Your Childhood with Disney's Live-Action 'Kim Possible' Trailer
Here's the sitch.
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25 Whole Years Ago, TLC Finally Made Christmas Sound Fun on "Sleigh Ride"
On their 1993 Christmas single, the trio reworked every part of a chirpy classic and came out with something unique.
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The Stories Behind Homemade Mixtapes People Have Been Given
“If he knew me at all, he'd know I hate these bands.”
Todd McFarlane Is the Anti-Hero of American Comics
Ahead of the filming of his new 'Spawn' film, the legendary comic book mogul shares his life-long struggle to pursue his artistic and creative dreams.
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I Pondered the Enduring Legacy of 'Friends' at a Daytime 'Friends' Rave
Fourteen years since its final episode, the sitcom continues to inspire so many things.