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How one exceptional family inspired the American classic novel.
Television brought film into people’s homes—but flattened Hollywood.
More than three decades after his debut, Super Mario is as popular as ever.
Not even the effects of World War II could stop this Halloween pastime.
In 1965, a group of sociologists peeked behind the curtains of a Playboy Mansion party. For science!
Why exactly have creepy clowns become such a trope in pop culture?
For over a century, roller coasters and other amusement park rides have provided thrills by walking the line between scary and fun.
America’s “scariest motel” can be yours for $900,000.
The cartoon vixen was an unlikely candidate for a lawsuit—and for popularity.