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Please don't let "Human Kopi Luwak" become a thing.
Two artists cover a Montmartre wall with more than 200 expressions of adoration.
Russian adventurers dressed like construction workers to reach the ice-covered pinnacle of Mercury City, which is taller than London's Shard.
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The "Loud Bicycle" prototype can blast careless drivers with a 30-second trumpet that's as loud as a rock concert.
The world's most famous museum has opened a relatively modest satellite campus in a former industrial town.
This one should have been invented a while ago.
The Russian resort town gears up for next year's Winter Games.
An expert explains why light pollution won't totally destroy 2012's final and most dazzling space show.
A design firm stitched together 7 distinct buildings of different eras and styles, creating a mixed-use complex in the heart of Pittsburgh.
From what hellish port of call did this monstrous waterfowl come?