This music video tells the classic story of a robot making good, moving to the big city, and eating it.
Jo Wood's map of five million British bike rides looks like it came from outer space.
Also, the Mongrel Mobsters can't pretty up their tombstones in a New Zealand town and New York City clamps down on blood-sucking circumcisions.
Divers? Explorers? Really bad drivers?
Predicting the outcome of the 2012 election with a highly scientific analysis of wall doodles.
Here's your extra-sad edition of Toilet Tuesday, news from loos across the world.
Using a variety of electronics hooked up to his body, Brian House turned his daily bike route in New York into music.
Without play sets, slum children frolic in garbage dumps and toxic rivers.
Special-effects wizards used Antoni Gaudì's sketches to psychedelically animate the La Sagrada Familia.
A roundup of the latest crimes, blunders and everyday embarrassments perpetrated by our esteemed municipal leaders.
The "Ostrich Pillow" fits snugly over the cranium like a fabric womb.
This restored property in Beacon Hill costs as much as renting an average house for a year.
A gear-headed noise artist attempts to find the soundtrack of a bicycle.
Also, daddies are forbidden to dance with daughters in Rhode Island and doggy-steroid doping becomes illegal in Tucson.
It's like riding inside the Popemobile, but less cool.
Tatzu Nishi’s “Discovering Columbus” is mounted six stories up in Columbus Circle.
The "world's lightest electric vehicle" has the backing of Stanford engineers. But is it really skating?
Also, a flatulent doll teaches South Koreans to poop and dinosaur commodes rumble into New Zealand.
Researchers are creating the first 3-D map of the city's hundreds of manmade caverns.