Cherry Coke is a flavored version of Coke. Introduced in the early 80s, it was a popular trade item within 90s lunchrooms and parties.
Moesha is a 1996 African American sitcom following the life of Moesha Mitchell and her family in South Los Angeles.
Rumble in the Bronx is a 1995 action film starring Jackie Chan. While visiting relatives for a wedding in Bronx borough of New York City, Keung (Jackie Chan) finds himself in a battle with rival gangs. The movie made Jackie Chan a household name among American audiences.
The “New Millennium” was a design and fashion trend during the late 90s. Visual designs utilized reflective dark tones and placed “2000” at the end of their names.
The PlayStation 2 was second iteration of Sony’s popular video game console. It released in North America on October 26,2000. People seeking to purchase the system lined up for days prior.
Tommy is a character from the television sitcom Martin. The running gag is that he always claims to have a job, but nobody has ever seen him working.
Frames were a controversial web design element frequently utilized in 90s websites. Web pages would be divided in sections, with portions of the site embedded into a scroll-able “box” or “frame”.
Internet Explorer was a web browser released in 1995 by Microsoft.
A Friday or Saturday evening consisting of entertainment rented from a local Blockbuster Video store.
Tazos were token-like items similar to Pogs. They tried to capitalize on the fading Pog craze in the early 90s.