Retro

Toys 'R' Us Is Back For The Holidays - Here's How To Find Your Nearest Location

Since Toys 'R' Us filed for bankruptcy last September, Toys 'R' Us Kids of all ages have been anxiously following the struggling chains ups and downs.Last month, we shared the surprising news that investors planned to reopen the iconic toy store as a pop-up chain just in time for Christmas.Now, we know more about where these pop-up stores will be, including almost 600 locations in 30 states.Home For The HolidaysGeoffrey the Giraffe is the face of the new Geoffrey's Toy Box chain.KrogerOn Friday, Kroger, the country's largest supermarket chain, announced they would be opening

Pop Culture

"A Christmas Story" Star Reveals How Much He Makes In Royalties

A Christmas Story is arguably one of the best Christmas movies of all time. There's a reason TBS plays a 24-hour marathon of the film every year! It's now been 24 years since its release, and the stars of A Christmas Story are definitely growing up. That includes Zack Ward, who played bully Scut Farkus. FanPopThe Canadian actor, now 47 years old, says people still recognize him from his glory days. CBC“So many people come up to me and are like, ‘You got your ass kicked by Ralphie,’ and it makes them so happy,” he said. “I think they’

90s

16 Reasons Why A '90s Christmas Was The Best Christmas

Christmastime is still a wonderful season, but it seemed magical back in the '90s. The internet was slowly making its way into the mainstream, but not fast enough to ruin your holiday cheer and attention. Here are 16 very convincing reasons why a '90s Christmas was the best Christmas! 1. Even "cool" guys and gals got into the holiday spirit. BuzzFeed2. Carolers, who seemed to pop out of nowhere, were the best. Doncaster Freepress 3. Christmas parades were like real life magic.  Orlando Weekly4. Nothing says the most wonderful time of the year than festive Christmas-colored cereal. BuzzFeed5. Kevin

80s

15 Christmas Pictures From The '80s That Will Take You Right Back To Your Childhood

Life may have been simpler back in the '80s, but Christmas was not. The holiday season was a big deal: the tree had to be perfect, the decorations had to be perfect, the food had to be perfect, the presents had to be perfect, and most importantly, the pictures HAD TO BE PERFECT. All that being said, Christmas just had a different feel in that decade. No one could pull out a cell phone during dinner or take a selfie every second while Christmas presents were being unwrapped. '80s Christmases were truly the most wonderful time of the year. Here

90s

10 Facts About 'Jingle All The Way' That'll Make You Yell 'It's Turbo Time'

Arnold Schwarzenegger may be one of the biggest action stars of all times, but honestly it's his performance as the persistent dad, Howard Langston, that we will never be able to forget. The 1996 Christmas classic Jingle All The Way follows Howard as he tries to get the perfect gift for his son. What's the perfect gift you ask? Obviously it's a Turbo Man action figure! Jingle All The Way was a pretty incredible movie, as long as you don't read into the reviews too much. Despite the reviews, it managed to make a huge amount of money at the

00s

8 Facts About The Grinch You Won't Hate, Double Hate, Or Loathe Entirely

When How The Grinch Stole Christmas first came out, I think it's fair to say we were all really skeptical. The cartoon version was such a classic, and remakes almost never turn out well. But, to our delight, The Grinch instantly became a classic. 17 years later, it's still one of the best Christmas movies ever made. Even though you probably know the film line-by-line, did you know these things about it?1. Different LookDr. SeussThe original Grinch was black and white with pink eyes. In the first animated version of the story, animator and director Chuck Jones decided to