Mark Byrnes

How This Paparazzo-Turned-Mayor Plans to Fix His Australian Hometown

After his London tabloid went under, Darryn Lyons returned to Geelong to try to turn around its struggling economy.

The Grocery Store, Reimagined as a Chanel Runway

Don't even think about wearing a hoodie and pajamas to the fashion-themed "épicerie."

Planes, Delivered By Trains

Watching Boeing 737s pass via rail is part of daily life in Renton, Washington.

The Aftermath of a Train Station Terror Attack in China

Officials say a separatist group is responsible for a knife attack Saturday that killed 29 and injured 130. 

A Pre-Revolution Hotel Comes Back to Life in Havana

A famous mob hangout in the '50s gets a government-sanctioned renovation for the sake of tourism.

London's Architectural Icons, Transported to the Cliffs of Portugal

These blended photographs show us what a crazy building boom along the sleepy, southwest corner of Europe might look like.

The Soviet Monument Bulgarians Keep Using as a Canvas For Political Art

The most recent act, a nod to anti-government protesters in Kiev, has drawn the ire of Russian officials. Again.

Belgium's Africa Museum Tries to Shed Its Colonial Past

With a $90 million renovation, officials hope to add fresh context to the century-old museum.

Remembering the Early Years of the Minneapolis Metrodome's Questionable Roof

The sports stadium, which is currently being demolished, had a rough start.

Inside the Once Secret 'Palace' of Viktor Yanukovich

With Ukraine's fugitive president on the run, visitors treated themselves to a tour of his massive personal estate.

The Chicago Spire May Actually Get Built After All

Construction of the tallest tower in the western hemisphere ground to a halt in 2008. But it may be back on track, thanks to a new deal.

The Surprising Second Life of a Show Only Insomniacs Watched in 1980s Toronto

Perhaps you, too, remember Night Moves?

Life Along Route 1 in the 1940s

What one photographer discovered documenting life between the Nation's Capital and the Mason Dixon Line.

Finnish Hockey Fans Are So Excited About Beating Russia They're Willing to Pay $5,500 for a Used Bicycle

Now you know what to buy the Olympics-loving bike enthusiast in your life.

A North Dakota Town Where the Rent Is Really, Really High

In oil-rich Williston, a one-bedroom can cost more than $2,000 a month.

We Watched Rob Ford's YouTube Show So You Don't Have To

It's ... something.

Inside Wisconsin's Glorious Ice Caves

For the first time in five years, people can access this amazing wintertime phenomenon.

The Secluded Homeless Camps of Baltimore

Photographer Ben Marcin found the people who live off the grid.

This 80s Instructional Video Makes Being a Bus Driver Seem Pretty Crazy

Scenarios that play out like a made-for-TV film.