The Hiriko electric vehicle is so cute you might just want to pick it up and carry it home.
Our weekly dump of public-restroom news.
In the future, urban planners could lose their jobs to ultra-efficient slime molds.
The Grand Palace Hotel on Canal Street will no longer house rats, bedbugs and "black goo."
Cue the Philip Glass for this entrancing footage of a Pennsylvania bridge being born.
There's fun and profit in having giant shredding rotors tear the flesh off deceased vehicles.
There are skyscrapers. And then there are skypenetrators, like the X-Seed 4000.
With a bit of CGI help, we now know what it would look like if New York City was one big amusement park.
Also, Atlanta outlaws smoking in public parks and a Massachusetts town stops feeding the bears (after one licks a human).
Voters in Troy, Michigan, still seem annoyed at their leader's refusal to accept federal funding.
Also, might irradiated zucchini plants alleviate global warming?
A wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon, turning the watched into the watchers.
A street artist has laid impossible-to-complete track and swim lanes all throughout the city.
Also, a pilot program to give out free toilet paper in China fails miserably.
Use dog poop for fuel! Have a sustainable rap contest!
Behold, the ultimate in green fashion: a jacket that identifies and cleanses foul air.
The Japanese-designed gadget plays the offending speaker's words back to them in a highly irritating way.
Radioactive photographer Nick Veasey works with dangerous wavelengths to reveal the inner beauty of the city.
But don't ride it into oncoming trams, obviously.