For the first time, neighborhoods will be able to bid on local radio wavelengths. Here's what that means for cities.
Unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again.
A New York design competition aims to add more flexibility to The Battery.
A crazy chart of the interconnectedness of Seattle musical acts since the 1960s is still being updated.
Friday afternoon traffic this ain't.
A far-out music video, using actual NASA footage, imagines New York's architecture taking a journey through space.
These makeshift shelters slap onto street poles with the help of magnets.
A fisherman's dialect dies out.
It's high season for tourists in the world's most populous country.
Can this flashy library outside Rotterdam combat the town's 10 percent illiteracy rate?
Simple as they seem, colorful signs suggest residents of this Boston neighborhood imagine a hopeful future.
A public art installation turns falling nuts into light and sound. For tree preservation, of course.
When sitting in a boat full of water is actually a good thing.
Immigration-rate lasagna, suicide soup and a "criminally stacked Russian salad": a look at the bizarre menu of Helsinki's Open Data Cooking Workshop.
Over 80,000 Mennonites live in Mexico. They have their own educational system and do not participate in the government.
A new art museum debuts in Cleveland's University Circle, a part of town that has avoided much of the city's economic struggles.
Russian artist Daria Makarenko slips hidden messages into the cracks of the city.
Maybe. Or perhaps it's the other way around.
A Swiss design firm imagines elegant docking systems that blend into the urban mold.