This ‘Diaper Bandit’ Allegedly Scattered Poop Across New Jersey for Ten Months

Just because he thought it was funny, apparently.


Some Anti-Poop Activist Is Flagging Piles of Dog Doo with Photos of Nic Cage

Apparently Roanoke has a "serious" poop problem on its hands.


Republicans want to restrict cities from creating their own labor laws

The fight for a higher minimum wage and paid sick leave has been gaining traction in progressive cities across the U.S. - but some conservative state legislatures, such as Minnesota’s, have found a way to rein in cities progressive impulse.


This Exhibition Celebrates the Ordinary Citizens Designing America

Get inspired by the designers creatively improving their communities at ‘By The People.'


Why It's Harder Than You'd Think to Serve Local Seafood in California

Mitch Conniff's commitment to serving local seafood means that he sometimes pays twice as much as his competitors for the same fish species. "But it’s worth it," he says.


How a Local Paper Stayed Relevant by Covering Dildo Deaths, Bullfighting, and Drug Psychosis

The local paper may be dying an internet-related death, but they know their audience better than SEO ever could.


A New Study Says Living Near a Pub Makes You Happier

New research from Oxford University has found that living close to a pub can make you “significantly” happier.


Blood Custard Tastes Better Than It Sounds

Glasgow chef Craig Grozier is the proud mastermind behind hare blood custard: a dish channelling Scottish produce and traditional cooking techniques. “With Scottish ingredients, just get quality produce and cook it simply,” he explains.


This Urban Mushroom Farm Wants to Start a Biological Revolution

Combining aquaponics and hydroponics, mushroom production in Manchester’s Biospheric Studio will be completely self-sustainable, something that could change the way we access food in cities.


The Way Americans Eat - The Business of Life (Episode 8)

Can organic foods, GMOs, and greater access to fresh food save us? For the answer, we turn to a panel of experts, featuring Frederick Kaufman, Danielle Nierenberg, and Katherine Mangu-Ward.


Small Newspaper in Veracruz Comes Under Attack Days After Photojournalist Massacre

Assailants set three vehicles on fire outside the offices of a newspaper in the city of Poza Rica. The owner of the paper said he trusted Governor Javier Duarte to protect reporters in Mexico's most violent state for the press.