If you live in Manhattan, you might recognize your own window in this curious collection by illustrator José Guízar.
A huge overnight storm trapped commuters, knocked out power and killed at least one person.
Take on the role of violent agitators or the police in this atmospheric smartphone simulator.
Tantalizing evidence suggests that yes, air traffic is helping give the atmosphere a fever.
Also, a Sydney mall muzzles screaming children and Winston Churchill gets the axe from downtown Nottingham.
You might never look at red graffiti the same way again.
The 1-gram listening device that flew like a dragonfly never really got off the ground.
Hungary's MOVEO scooter looks like something baggage handlers might lose at the airport.
A group of urban hackers spent a day in Bamberg destroying people's public expressions of everlasting love.
Here's how to become the most popular person in your 'hood, especially among large, sweaty men.
Can the Porta-Potty experience be improved with bass-thumping soundtracks?
Would you dissolve in fire or would your clothes simply ignite?
Windows exploded, buildings shook and a billowing pair of smoke trails marked the heavens.
The old Buckner Building in Whittier is full of asbestos, jagged rubbish and collapsed walls – in other words, a perfect place to do a little skiing.
Also, a London neighbor fights against public gobbing and Sydney's wealthy whine about public-park weddings.
All the tweets in the world glimmer in this entrancing visualization of real-time tweets.
Here's a nicely well-preserved peek into historical Moscow, complete with snow-skiing commuters and a frozen market of mushroom and fish.
Let's settle this age-old question right here and now.
Thick trails of lung-damaging nitrogen dioxide stretch from ports in China, India and the Middle East, and fume off of coastal cities worldwide.