Circus worker Adam Tenenbaum's front yard has become a neighborhood gathering place due to one really weird art tree.
Our weekly roundup of the most intriguing articles about cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
A new photography project captures barriers in Baghdad, Korea, Israel and Belfast.
Counterfeit copies of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's massive sculpture are popping up across China.
Denver and Santa Monica are cracking down on fitness classes in public spaces.
Credit an Israeli designer for giving Tel Aviv its most revolting art project, ever.
Don't get too excited — this prototype technically won't let you sail above your morning commute.
Among them: postcard-perfect lighthouses, parks, and seaside city blocks.
The largest non-Orthodox, non-Israel centered public expression of Jewish life in the history of New York.
A look back in the early 1990s.
Results from the 2013 U.S. Open Beer Championship suggest that Wisconsin is totally killing it, suds-wise.
"I don't think you can ever come to terms with being a murderer."
There are people in giant masks who chase children and hit bystanders with sponges on sticks.
The city's top cooks are leaving for greener, less expensive pastures.
Party people in Denmark built this house of holy brewskies from empty cans.
An illumination project for America's most famous obelisk.
Walk high above the mountains without ever leaving the ground.
Not all cultures agree on what it means to be generous.
The Bay Area's Jenny Odell creates maddeningly complex sets of similar structures, like stadiums, nuclear plants and cargo ships.