The city has tried to provide a cool summer ride since 1905, with varying degrees of success.
The stated preference of India's greatest citizen for village life may be holding his country back.
More U.S. adults are walking than they were five years ago, but they're doing it for a smaller amount of total time.
The formerly empty icons have become a space for art, ping pong balls, and eerie trombone concerts.
What do we photograph more, stop signs or streetlights?
A pedestrian's life in the capital of Azerbaijan is about as scary as it gets.
Rapidly developing Abu Dhabi considers saving its disappearing past.
Skyscrapers and burning streets are the setting of a new game for Playstation, with music by Beck.
An old WPA video shows the capital bustling through the Great Depression.
Atlanta's voters rejected a one-cent sales tax to fund a public transportation overhaul. Lessons from Denver, Los Angeles and Phoenix.
You too, could turn the remnants of your recent move into a cool video art installation.
It's harvest time for the water chestnut.
Seems unlikely since a segregated city will never be as creative as a diverse one.
The bridge is the longest and tallest tunnel-to-tunnel bridge ever built. It's a natural magnet for anybody who likes doing improbable things.
Metros with a strong creative class are also more likely to have robust business growth.
"Queueing theory" says we hate the injustice of waiting on chaotic lines.
San Francisco's Financial District is more Manhattan-like than it is San Francisco-like, and other observations.
Curators in Ghent, Belgium, use art to force visitors into far-flung neighborhoods.
And other developments in world bathroom news.