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.
Remember when we warned you about the parasite Naegleria fowleri, which causes primary amebic meningoencephalitis (in short, eats your brain)? And you were probably all “oh, brain-eating microorganisms, picture from Shaun of the Dead … …
The bicyclist is lucky the cop caught him. If he'd run any more lights he'd probably owe his firstborn to the NYPD.
Artist Colin Selig makes benches for municipal buildings and parks — and, of course, for rich people’s private courtyards, because a guy’s gotta eat — out of recycled propane tanks and car parts. The bench …
A brewmaster in Oregon discovers that the yeast in his beard is no different from other yeast. Then he decides to use it to make beer. Then he gives it a gross name? Sadly, if someone handed us a cold one, we would drink it.
Phone booths are the appendix of the urban landscape — useless and occasionally full of junk. So what better way to rehabilitate them than to fill them with fish? The phone booths, not your appendix.
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