Homes ripped apart by the superstorm are proving to be magnets for bargain hunters—but not everyone is getting a good deal.
Rappers like to call out street names; New York artist Jay Shells likes to put their lyrics up at the actual intersections they mention.
Sometimes you just need a Google Maps monster to fully convey the state of auto-dependency in America.
This Ukranian urban climber is either extremely skilled or deranged (or perhaps both).
The New Museum and ad agency Droga5 are redirecting callers back to the year 1993.
An underpass with a forehead-level concrete ceiling seems designed to knock out Chinese citizens.
TrustoCorp totally had its way with the old Rock-a-Hoola water park in California's Mojave Dessert.
Extreme-sports enthusiasts Jokke Sommer and Ludovic Woerth take a hair-raising ride through Brazil's urban jungle.
"If ya don't see it, we don't have it."
Urban explorer Moses Gates wormed his way up to the very top, far higher than where elevator service cuts off.
A seasonal tribute to New York City.
Stu Larkin, seller of bronzed baby shoes, offers us a rare glimpse into small-town Americana.
Can the city become the next great start-up hub?
"Stompin' Tom" sang about the life of a streetcar driver, hauling a load of potatoes from Prince Edward Island.
Higher Ground, the world's second largest rooftop farm, contributes fresh food but doesn't interfere with density and walkability.
For the next two years, San Francisco will get to stare at a shimmering, ever-changing galaxy of lights on the Bay Bridge.
The hole underneath the house is estimated to be more than 100 feet wide, but it is not visible from outside the house.
Colin Huggins brings his passion for music to Washington Square Park.
Peatónito is the alter ego of Jorge Cáñez, a 26-year-old political scientist in Mexico City.