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The famed De Halve Maan brewery in Bruges, Belgium has been cranking out tasty drafts for more than five centuries — all from the same historic building. But with its fleet of beer trucks now tying up traffic getting to a new processing plant 3km away, the brewery is taking the only logical course of action: It's installing an underground beer pipe.

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Post-industrial cities have long struggled to find new uses for the (often gargantuan) factory infrastructure that once made their towns boom. Usually, that means a park or a museum. But a few cities — like Genk, Belgium — have tried a more experimental approach, turning these decrepit sites into unusual creative spaces.

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Not again. Last night, during a Smith Westerns set at Pukkelpop 2011 in Belgium, a stage collapsed during a massive storm, killing five people and injuring a 100. The video above shows the stage as it's coming down down.

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We all check the weather in habitual, niche ways. Some watch the news, others glance at their phones. And others still? They require nothing short of 6000 windows illuminated by 72,000 RGB LEDs that abstractly report the weather.