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The government crowned the country’s best communal loos to help female employees feel more comfortable in the public sphere.
The joys, pitfalls, and etiquette of cycling with a portable stereo.
This short film follows the women who’ve brought the sport to Lebanon.
Bike-share programs haven’t closed up the gender gap. All-female riding groups are stepping in.
In a new exhibition, Doctors Without Borders uses virtual reality to help visitors empathize with displaced people around the world.
A new app collects real-time data on people’s emotional states.
An open-source catalog boasts downloadable plans for plywood benches, kiosks, and more.
A public art installation in Bristol aggregates species from across the globe.
In Montreal and beyond, vintage dispensers get locals hooked on zines and cassettes.
Frango churrasco is the go-to takeout in a historic immigrant hub.
In a slum neighborhood, non-rectangular pitches boost opportunities for play.
No matter how much Austin changes, chili parlors serve up delicious Texas red.
Researchers are studying how the technology can help us build empathy and change our personal behavior.
The perfect autumnal snack salutes Michigan’s other big industry.
J.C. Casey treats his store like a pub.
A new app allows users to summon empty spaces on demand—but only elites can afford its rates.
The 100-year-old Orwashers in New York City takes a creative approach to sourcing locally.