Constructing the necessary "religious infrastructure" takes much more effort in existing dense neighborhoods.
A violin solo at the Hollywood Bowl gets drowned out, and a revolt is born.
Turns out a weirdly named landmark can be quite beneficial to the local economy.
Some states see a much higher incidence of non-fatal injuries. Here's why.
Wear your tweets on your sleeve.
A UCLA researcher makes the case for several ways to cut noise at transit stations in the middle of freeways.
The Games infrastructure is woven into the fabric of the city.
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Portland designers crafted this leather strap to make carrying a bicycle a little easier.
A former chief in Stockton, California, is making $204,000 a year. This is unsustainable, and it needs to stop.
The brand police investigate a bucket full of non-Durex condoms. Perhaps they're taking this whole sponsor protection thing a bit far.
Communities across the world remember and agitate for changes to nuclear regulations.
A multi-city study of wastewater shows how drug use varies.
We need other ways of quantifying walkability on our nation’s streets.
A series of ads aims to restore civility to the Paris subway.
Curiousity will offer critical insights into how the climate of Mars has changed over billions of years, lashed by solar winds.
Private fears of unrequited love, heartbreak, and dying alone are put on display for all to see.
Lightly stroking your plants can light up the room.
The debate over how to secure our nation's power grids comes courtesy of yet another climate change-related feedback loop.