Fed up with his services being disrupted by technology, an Italian priest installs a jamming device. Not everyone is pleased.
Artist Marissa Garner designs window art featuring superheroes, robots and comic book villains. "I would go to this church," fans say.
Those who don't make good contributions in Tennessee restaurants are exposed on "Sundays Are The Worst," a site where servers seek redemption.
A security company is giving out free GPS devices, so that no one steals figurines from nativity scenes in places of worship.
One church decides it needs to create a song that tells its members to keep their business off of Facebook. This could go viral.
For some, it's not enough to steal from a holy place. They have to complain to the church's tech support that someone has inserted a porn blocker. This was allegedly the case with Troy Ridling, church member.
According to a study, Americans are torn in their worship. Thirty-five percent also admit to using phones in movie theaters.
A world of mini-skirt, fiberglass car and Paul Newman movie ads awaits you with the New York Times' Madison, a project that asks the public to dig through vintage advertising.
On the Upper West Side, locals object to a sidewalk cafe where people allegedly do awful things such as have Internet dates.
Todd Garfinkle's company, MA Recordings, makes astonishing-sounding albums of brilliant music with not much more than a pair of microphones and a recorder.