OR 'PASSENGER ARRANGEMENT STAFF'

In the capital city Tokyo, nearly 8.7 million people take the subway every day. And sometimes, to fit everyone into a subway car, a subway pusher is needed.
UNDER THE DOME

Artist Boris Divider's "Spheral.dome" audiovisual project uses electronic and drone music to trigger the reactive, generative projections on the ceiling. It's all very pretty and makes us feel like kids again, going to the planetarium for the first time.
WORSE THAN SWABBING THE POOP DECK

Sorry to break it to ya, but being a pirate was no fun at all. They slept in small, dank living quarters, covered in urine, with dried wheat blocks infested with weevils as sustenance. A lot of them died from a vitamin deficiency that caused their teeth to fall out and blood to pour out of their mucus membranes. At least they had beer?
RHYME AND REASON

At just 23, Chance The Rapper has already earned the love and respect of his elders. He's so positive he seems to walk around on a beam of light, even though he comes from an American city going through one of its darkest chapters. And yet that light just keeps getting brighter. This is Chance's moment, nobody else speak.
SIX-LEGGED FREAKS

After a Dengue Fever scare several years ago, the Florida Keys Mosquito Control Board has been trying to add a new tool to its already well-equipped arsenal for combating the Zika-carrying Aedes aegypti mosquito: Genetically modified mosquitoes from a British company called Oxitec. But families there aren't up for the experiment.
WELL THAT SETTLES THAT, FOR NOW

The Council of State's ruling relates specifically to the southeastern town of Villeneuve-Loubet, but the decision is expected to set a legal precedent for the approximately 30 seaside towns that have issued similar bans.
NOT EVERYBODY'S DOING IT

The sudden equation of condomless sex with intimacy rather than irresponsibility and danger among certain populations is startling.