Presuming your friends use Foursquare, of course.
Some Vernacular Railroad Photographs features over 200 shots of railways and trains, unearthed by the book's authors.
Prepare for the (online) land grab.
The mailing system was born 50 years ago this week. Here's how the Post Office sold it to the country.
In Brussels, a hub of alternative housing and arts is being cleared out.
Thanks to Yelp reviews.
When Las Vegas sets a new all-time high temperature record, something unpleasant is happening with the weather.
A nation of freelancers can't afford their own summer homes. But a return to co-vacationing means they won't have to.
Mayor Mike Huether wants you to know that North Dakota isn't the only state boasting low unemployment and a growing population.
See if you can spot all the different light sources in this International Space Station image.
In every metropolitan area in the U.S.
A year-old program in Birmingham, Alabama, is finding success by cultivating a tight-knit community.
San Jose's lock on high-tech activity is no longer what it once was.
Where people Tweet in San Francisco, New York City, and Istanbul.
The BART strike made for a crowded commute, but not a nightmare.
Despite being a proponent of walkable communities, the outgoing U.S. Secretary of Transportation just doesn't believe Americans will ever stop buying cars.
In Instagram photos.
Despite all the talk about the "disappointing" cicada season, scientists now insist that this year's horny insects "had a pretty good year."
A once thriving hub of Cold War espionage, built on a Berlin hill made of World War II rubble.