Rhetty for History compiled a list of the top Christmas toys that were introduced in the 1960s and 1970s, many of which are still in play.
Archie McPhee, which is known for its adorable finger puppets, among other items, has introduced a new line of "Fantastic Finger Monsters".
Jamie Dupuis performed a funky cover of the iconic theme from "Mission Impossible" on a beautiful Vangoa 5 string banjo.
With the 2022 re-release of The Beatles album "Revolver", "Here, There, and Everywhere" was given a colorfully animated music video.
A very helpful and very clever border collie named Scruff collects discarded plastic bottles for recycling while walking with his humans.
Alternative Cuts Studios seamlessly integrated "Breaking Bad" characters into an explosive episode of Gordon Ramsay's "Hell's Kitchen".
Tree Buddees created a "Santa Frozen in Carbonite" Christmas tree ornament that parodies the scene in "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back".
A tiny British shorthair kitten tiptoed up to a sleeping Samoyed and snuggled luxuriously against the dog's fluffy white fur.
Dorothy released "Stamp Sheets: Classic Video Games", a beautiful print that celebrates the 50 year history of video games.
An adorable baby perched upright with a four-string guitar on her lap and began strumming a chord like a rock star.