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The '60s-era Red Road Flats complex was once seen as the solution to urban overcrowding in Scotland; now it's turning to rubble.
Looking for furniture that will both tie the room together and make your guests gag with fear?
This byzantine downspout would be a deathtrap for Mario and Luigi.
Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle's "Weather Field" installation is designed to create a "microclimate" in the air.
Also, California cities binge on foie gras before it's banned; Boston knocks down satellite dishes; you can't dress up like Tinker Bell at Disney World; a British city welcomes back meter maids.
Step aside, copper thieves. There's a new weirdly brazen criminal in town.
Artist Leo Villereal is still hoping to outfit the iconic span with a carpet of white lights that's 1.5 miles long.
A fake musical of David Simon's Baltimore saga has surfaced, featuring actual actors from the show.
Let strangers know they're invading your personal space with this annoying little gadget.
Melbourne researchers have developed a flying "Joggobot" for runners who can't find exercise partners.
Love to be around nature? In Dresden, the nature loves to be around you!
The lingering inadequacy of the city's sewer system became painfully apparent during an intense rain storm last week.
The famed arts venue's sails appear to ripple before collapsing in this new public art installation.
Polish architects have designed a swanky apartment building perched on the chimneys of an old factory.
Installation artist Jessica Stockholder wants pedestrians to feel like they're "walking through an animated film."
A toilet fixture in Brazil lets you shred on the guitar with the force of your urine.
Also, the first protester is banned from the London Olympics; shameful Japanese bureaucrats can't drink alcohol for a month; a California city outlaws charity.
Could this be the worst car accident ever put to video?