Portlanders are putting their elderly poultry out to pasture. We have a better idea.
This time-lapse video chronicles painted cranes as they "build" a city from the ground up, with real-life objects blending into two dimensions and vice versa.
Also, a girl can't wear the Confederate flag to prom in Tennessee; the British can't even support their own Olympics; Yertle the Turtle is banned in Canada.
The French biochemist behind this strange green light sees it having a "massive" palliative effect on global warming.
Instead of burning paper money to honor their deceased relatives, many Chinese people are choosing to just write a check.
Because pets love to be swung back and forth, that's why.
China's hungry infrastructure claims yet another victim.
David Heatwole was sick of looking at an empty pedestal in Martinsburg's town square. So he turned to Craigslist for inspiration.
Which American communities have made the strongest attempts to suppress postal advertising?
Starbucks has said it's stopping the use of bug-based red dye. Why? Making the stuff looks like so much fun!
Is there anything high-speed flexible impactors can't flail into gold?
Also outlawed around the world: "gay cure" ads in London, discrimination on the basis of sexuality in Indiana, South Carolina yarn bombing.
The Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Naples has decided to protest the government's austerity measures... with FIRE.
Walters stole nearly $50 million from the District of Columbia, but Crundwell allegedly ganked more than half that amount in a town with a budget of only $8 million.
In the realm of tall bridges, Aizhai takes first place as the world's longest.
The U.K.'s first "lickable lift" raises horrific questions about what kind of flavors will be gracing the walls.
Cops have vowed to keep a very close eye on the Lubbock Fantasy Maid Service, which provides topless women to dust, mop and mix drinks.
The doctor behind Hangover Heaven promises his IV treatment will erase your worst hangover in as little as 45 minutes.
Artist Tom Fruin, who works with materials like crushed beer cans and drug bags, created this recycled wonder for a new hotel in Williamsburg.