"Losing those spaces means that you lose a critical element of who you are."
It’s a living, breathing transit map.
Also, watch the Michigan Department of Transportation “slide” a new bridge into place.
Larry, a 20-year crew member of L.A.'s graffiti removal team, will never be out of a job.
One man's lifelong collection doubled the institution's map holdings in a day.
For instance, there's a reason why the city has so many tree-lined streets.
"You're going to be a gangbanger or you're going to be a cowboy. You can't be both."
Hamburg's St. Pauli nightlife quarter deals with more than its fair share of rogue urinators. Residents there are hoping liquid-resistant paint will help.
A film criticizing Beijing's pollution record has logged millions of views, and the government now appears to be acknowledging its failures to implement reforms.
On the latest episode of Last Week Tonight, the host suggests Hollywood might be able to help.
One "wanderer" finds beauty in unplanned adventures.
Early 1960s archival films reveal the origins of the idealized "American Dream."
But their presence during implosions is making some people unhappy.
The new documentary Southeast 67 tracks 67 kids from Southeast D.C. who were granted college scholarships in the 1990s.
It's the back tire that'll get ya.
Filmmaker Elizabeth Lo's new short offers an up-close look at how public buses help the homeless survive in one of America's wealthiest counties.
Some are even asking the (surprisingly jerkish) signpost for a date.
Remembering the Academy Award-winning work of Norman McLaren, whose 1952 commentary on suburbia still resonates.
Compare footage of New York's 23rd Street, shot by Thomas Edison in 1901, to today.