The winner of London's search for a High Line analogue is a tunnel full of mushrooms.
British designer Hoyan Ip wants you to trim your clothes with food-based embellishments that look like a Fruit Roll-Up someone already ate.
When we're going to buy stuff, we want it to be as planet- and human-friendly as possible. But we don't want to be told to pat ourselves on the back just because we bought something made from bamboo.
Baby walrus Mitik is moving to New York, where he'll fit right in, because he has a mustache and likes to head-butt things.
When you were growing up and you ate your school lunch of disgusting gristle-filled burgers and rubbery pizza and creamed chipped beef, did you ever think that one day there might be a school somewhere …
When road construction threatened this 100-year-old, 260-ton oak, League City, Texas stepped up and moved it.
Two random people are being told to buy nothing new for a week. We think they'll live, but they might end up in ugly T-shirts and mom jeans.
Everyone knows there are unspoken rules about using public spaces, especially public spaces like subways where too many human beings are crammed together and touching each other.
Felix Baumgartner is jumping out of a balloon in the stratosphere, and skydiving all the way to Earth.
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