Your weekly roundup of the world's classiest toilet news.
It may look like a radioactive Chambered Nautilus initiating a cranial death-grip, but the builders of the LumaHelm see a universe of possibility in its bizarre light-shell.
Also, Los Angeles-area officials believe that "money makes the monkey dance," and a Georgia mayor struggles to get somebody to pay for his lawsuit.
A Japanese company is marketing an English version of "Drop," a horror story by The Ring author that's printed on TP.
Researchers at the City College of New York think they've found a way to use coffee to neutralize a city's most unpleasant odor.
The fabric glows when the pious point it toward the Muslim holy city.
Also, Mumbai silences "laughing yoga" practitioners and Seattle prohibits a cancer survivor from swimming topless.
Eduardo Zamarro's "Wall of Happiness" celebrates the little-known "Institute of Happiness" in Madrid.
"The Majesty" is an installation in an abandoned London railway vault that's crawling with slow-moving, spore-spitting mold.
Rob Ford ends his quest to lose 50 pounds in a painful-looking way.
This chart might break your brain.
Is this what passes as "genuine Italian pizza" nowadays?
Our weekly look at the loos that matter.
The crimes, blunders and everyday embarrassments of our esteemed municipal leaders.
The Orlando Magic's aluminum-plated garage and Duke University's green-walled parking lot are among the winners of the 2012 International Parking Institute competition.
Carrying a 40-pound rig with 15 cameras in it, no less.
"Stop with the driving / already. It's a freaking / mile-high cloud of dust."
Thanks to Swedish designer Ola Giertz, the stuff that sprouts from your head now can be a place to rest your butt.
Also banned recently: Porch sofas in Durham, North Carolina; public profanity near Boston; a British man who drinks mouthwash.