When was the last time your museum experience involved a painting you can climb into or disembodied eyes following you in a room?
What to do when the entire world confuses you with your political rival 500 miles away.
Timing is everything in this ingenious new street art.
"I've been riding the subway for 15 years, and this is the weirdest thing I've seen."
Japanese architect Shigeru Ban designed the paper-based house of worship, for Christchurch.
A study of Baron von Haussmann's Paris.
It has the festivals, museums and many murals to prove it.
Kevyn Orr asked Christie's auction house to come in and appraise the city-owned collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Cross that demon child from The Ring with a 16-bit Super Mario, and you might get this uncanny optical illusion.
The hammocks, made from old fire hoses, also double as playground swings.
See how world cities stack up to each other -- in terms of the amount of books written about them.
See the first-ever map of the city, and how it evolved over a century.
They will travel at 40 mph.
Bad news for brews: Among the youngest Americans, beer preference is collapsing.
Travel back in time to Buffalo, 1979.
Turning the East Village into a puzzle of art and exploration.
A luxury real estate developer in Hangzhou thought it could cash in on China's love for all things French. It hasn't worked out that way.
If you've ever spotted street art involving pin-up models with kitty heads or screaming flowers, it's probably the work of Chile's Macarena "Macay" Yañez.
The breaking of a world record, in time-lapse.