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.
Also, a tony California beach town shoos away smelly persons from its libraries, and the Olympics outlaws everything.
One British designer imagines future office space as symbiotic orchid farms.
"Kinetic Rain" is airport art that actually doesn't suck.
With 13,000 gallons of beer about to get skunked in a power outage, a Northern Virginia brewery found that it had many, many friends.