You're not born to rock unless you can do it from the center of a choking cloud of demolition dust.
On Friday, New York's power grid experienced its busiest day ever as miserable, sweaty people blasted their air conditioning.
Graffiti and street artists around the world find their latest inspiration in the beleaguered NSA whistleblower.
A mysterious (and disgusting) change in the appearance of the harbor water has locals scratching their heads.
Aaron Dunkerton wants to aid Britain's threatened sparrows by sheltering them in the fabric of urban architecture.
In this unusual visualization, America's steady user rise is shown as a sea of swollen red discoids.
With "Midge Forecast," Scots can safely navigate their way around clouds of teensy biting flies.
Locals who watched the Tuesday morning demolition of a oil-burning plant mourned the loss of its fetching, candy-cane-striped smokestacks.
But silver lining: This scourge isn't being worsened much by that other anthropogenic menace, climate change.
All the news that's fit to print about toilets.
Circus worker Adam Tenenbaum's front yard has become a neighborhood gathering place due to one really weird art tree.
Justin Palmer takes a digital chainsaw to Portland and shows the world its rings.
Credit an Israeli designer for giving Tel Aviv its most revolting art project, ever.
Your weekly look at all the stuff our elected leaders are outlawing.
Results from the 2013 U.S. Open Beer Championship suggest that Wisconsin is totally killing it, suds-wise.
Faced with crumbling roads, a crack team of researchers proposed a bold rejiggering of asphalt.
Party people in Denmark built this house of holy brewskies from empty cans.
The Bay Area's Jenny Odell creates maddeningly complex sets of similar structures, like stadiums, nuclear plants and cargo ships.
A sluggish and mean horde of storms on Monday evening put cars underwater in Ontario.