Everybody has his or her favorite PEZ dispenser, whether it's Chewbacca or Batman. But how much do you know about the plastic figurines and the candy in them? Test your knowledge with this quiz.
At first, zoot suits were just another fashion statement, a way for their largely African American and Mexican American wearers to identify themselves as hip and trendy. But zoot suits came to mean much more, regarded alternately as unpatriotic uniforms during World War II and symbols of resistance and independence. Test your knowledge of zoot suits and their significance here. See more »
While the flash mob phenomenon started as an experiment in the power of online chatter, the advertising industry quickly embraced it and used it to promote products, causes and organizations. Can you distinguish the mobs that were born of genuine passion versus marketing? See more »
In the mid-1960s, the hippie counterculture developed in the United States, initially focused around civil rights demonstrations and anti-Vietnam War protests. Hippies' antiviolent, free love ethos sprang from the concept of "flower power," which advocated for peace, not war. See more »