Radioactive Man would be happy to mow this luminous turf, an artistic statement against light pollution.
The Bay Area Rapid Transit system is deploying vinyl seats that don't cough up clouds of filth when smacked, like the wool ones do.
Chicago residents are scratching their heads over this age-old mystery.
The designers of this proposed Amsterdam river bridge get a little too whimsical for their own good.
French photographers Lucie & Simon have cleansed major cities of their troublesome humanity, creating empty, dread-filled urban landscapes.
Etsy acquired the city of Portland; Boulder's electric company cut off service for residents who voted against it; Philadelphia unveiled a pedestrian lane for distracted texters.
Urban hacker Florian Rivière makes the streets of France his playground with movable crosswalks, pigeon traps and a shopping-cart soccer field.
@Sheboyganscan posts shocking, head-scratching and zen tweets from the Wisconsin city's police scanner.
Also, Hong Kong bans pregnant "birth tourists" from the mainland; New York City's public schools try to avoid using test words like "dinosaur" and "Christmas"; and Britain bans... something.
An Australian artist hopes to get people thinking about deforestation by using the "powerful stimulant" of the color blue.
This year, the city will spread NHL fans out to TV-outfitted community centers and hire an events planner to make the atmosphere more "festive."
Sure, the sticks have Sasquatch and the Jackalope. But what creepy cryptids lurk in thriving American cities?
The whimsical plastic people-mover, a blend of monorail and recumbent bicycle, was a big enough idea to attract an investment by Google. So where is it now?
The failure of San Francisco's "TacoCopter" is just one example of how we are failing at creating a functional, robotic delivery boy.
The mayor of Medora, Doug Ellison, explains his decision to drop the idea for fake executions.
Fun facts from Sunday's massive implosion of the O-Rena, erstwhile home to the Magic.
These LED-studded gloves not only look nifty, but could save lives, too.
A Dutch artist created illegal but highly luxurious street signs, a leather-padded bench and a walnut garbage can.
Also, Boston hates moshpits; an Illinois town repeals Prohibition; New York City's teachers should stay far away from Facebook.