After five months and 5,000 miles, Olek Doba's slow, lonely kayak journey across the Atlantic Ocean is nearing an end
Whether he's dressing naked statues or creating balloons shaped like buttocks, Jun Kitagawa's public art is erotic and playful
The Sea of Gallilee, where Christ reputedly walked on water, is today home to another miracle of sorts
In "Legography," Louis Vuitton-toting shoppers, a Big Yellow Duck and other Hong Kong scenes are recreated in toy form
Kenji Croman has broken bones, dislocated his shoulder, endured concussions and nearly drowned. Why does he do it?
The city lights of Philadelphia took on a whole new hue this weekend as two skyscrapers became a 29-story "Tetris" game
Which apps to download, what cards to buy and what to pre-book before your trip
The turtles of Dalyan are victims of their own popularity -- one English ballet dancer is determined to save them
Shimonoseki is home to the only market in the country that specializes in the fish that could kill five men with its liver alone
Tragicomic travel marketing stunt is a hit in one of China's most polluted cities
British sound engineer wants you to ditch the camera and open your ears to "sound tourism"