Luke Jerram's wind-powered "Aeolus" looks like the result of smashing together a pipe organ and a porcupine.
The fabled home of California's redwoods has the worst air quality of any national park and is full of mysteriously crippled wildlife.
The setting sun is about to click exactly into the city's grid, creating a godlike spectacle of flame and shadow tonight and tomorrow.
Ever wonder what an airline stowaway sees when peaking out from within his Samsonite sanctuary?
The model Knuffingen Airport in Hamburg, part of the world's largest railway model, has 40 different planes that take off and land hundreds of times daily.
There's been a lot of human-on-statue violence this week. Could Rush be next?
Also, L.A. outlaws plastic bags; Lady Gaga ponders violent threats in Jakarta; and much more.
A team of "light painters" make jellyfish, birds and a whale appear in this dazzling video from Germany.
Designers in the Mexican city of León try to revive an ailing industry with furniture best described as "oil-slick chic."
That's the word that Japanese artist Genpei Akasegawa has assigned to doors leading nowhere and driveways blocked by fences.
Data wizard Aaron Koblin is intrigued by domestic flight patterns, and after watching this video you will be too.
See what Sunday's fearsome "ring of fire" looked like from around the world.
Russian kids have fun climbing the Bridge to Russky Island, world-record holder for Highest Pylons Ever.
In Mexico City, new devices give pedestrians an unusual incentive to clean up after their pets.
Get your eye bleach handy, folks.
Salem has had it up to here with inept jazz musicians. Also outlawed recently: noisy electronica in Santa Cruz, payday lenders in Iowa and the entire vice squad of Salt Lake City.
A wildlife expert and Smithsonian scientist help solve one of life's enduring urban mysteries.
A yawning black hole opening up in the dead center of the sun is on the bill for May 20.
An artist from the U.K. makes it look as if buildings are being strangled by a malignant Kraken.