Goosebumps. The Baby-Sitters Club. Even Nancy Drew. In the 1990s, concerned educators wondered if series books were luring kids away from "literature."
The game of cooties lets children learn about the idea of contagion, but kid culture and wordplay aren't meant for adults.
Built by a fascist-turned-communist writer in the 1940s, it belongs to no one architectural style. But the views!
Originally produced as an exploitation film that drew on racial stereotypes, the ironic revival of Reefer Madness made it a cult classic for stoners.