90s nostalgia

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News

People seem to forget that quality female-driven comedies existed prior to Bridesmaids. If you haven’t seen Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, please see to it that you get whatever password is required so that you can watch it tonight with your cat and a glass of wine.

To celebrate the brand’s 35th anniversary, the… READ MORE »


food

Fans of 1990s nostalgia and tooth decay, get excited, because Pepsi is dropping major hints that “Crystal Pepsi” is due for a comeback. READ MORE »


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Style

The ’90s are my decade. Why do you think I wear so much flannel, make regular references to “90210,” and sing “Doll Parts” at karaoke? Because it’s forever 1992 in my soul. Anyway, ’90s nostalgia is big right now with my generation, probably because we’re all hitting our mid-30s and -40s and tired of being cynical… READ MORE »


Entertainment

Bonjour! I am back from Paris! I was supposed to be back yesterday, but I got detoured in Iceland. (Long story, but I went to the Blue Lagoon!) Anyway, back on the internet and look what wonderfulness has greeted me! “Game of Thrones,” re-imagined as a 1995 feel-good sitcom! Check out the opening credits above! READ MORE »


Entertainment

When we look back on our favorite TV shows from the ’90s, sometimes it’s the romances that stick out, like Zack and Kelly or Rachel and Ross — but what about the female friendships? Memorable girlfriends like the ladies of Sex and the City and the Beverly Hills, 90210 frenemies were always there to watch… READ MORE »


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Winona and I recently made a very important discovery: There is no foul mood that can’t be cured by a ’90s dance anthem. It’s like the music of the decade was specifically created with funk-busting in mind. Whenever you’re having a crap day, all you really need to do is find the appropriate ’90s tune… READ MORE »


Celebs

Evan Rachel Wood is my favsies. And not just because she’s from my hometown and played Queen Sophie Anne on “True Blood.” At the after-party for “Ides of March” at the Venice Film Festival, she hopped on stage and did a rousing rendition of 4 Non Blondes’ “What’s Up?” in front of GeorgeREAD MORE »


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Celebs

Most of us recall the vague sense of pain accompanied by pining for a man who would never know we exist. Luckily, many of our crushes of yore seem much less intimidating now. We’ve come a long way since we got popcorn stuck in our braces while watching Nickelodeon. Click through to see what’s become… READ MORE »