In a blow to the national humor reserve, Brooklyn's 36th Street stop will no longer be wantonly tripping commuters.
It's even creepier than you might've thought.
The "Buurbecue" acts as the food-grade grease that gets friendly chitchat rolling.
Could future generations live on a diet of exoskeleton inside this self-sustaining cricket hive?
Without context, this is one heckuva scary photo.
Also, a Rhode Island community comes out against the "threat" of LED lighting and Bhutan outlaws cars from the road on Tuesdays.
Inspired by the laziness of humans, a Swedish designer built a workspace that runs in part on body heat and movement.
A British designer wants to turn the noise of electric cars into a city-wide, experimental symphony.
This incredible penthouse might be out of your price range, but looking is free.
Po-Chih Lai's "Stair Rover" is meant to conquer the rugged streetscape of London.
Hasn't everyone wanted to see this happen?
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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.