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Today's News - October 14, 2004

EDITOR's note: ANN will be on the road for the next few days…we'll be back Tuesday, Oct. 19 (with lots of catching up to do, no doubt). ------ Canadian talent on view in London. -- Libeskind has no building to call his own at Ground Zero (some feared he'd be a "difficult partner). -- Another report says "he's still ebullient, burbling..." -- Then there's his $300,000 piano (that won't fit in his apartment). -- Millennium Park sparks a "super-sized neighborhood" in Chicago. -- Lincoln Center's been sparking its NYC neighborhood for years. -- Mass-produced (but well-designed) housing soon to be a reality? Yes, if Toyota - and a few others - have anything to do with it. -- Malta's bombed-out opera house soon to be home to parliament. -- L.A.'s Ambassador Hotel loses out to school (coffee shop as teacher's lounge, nightclub as auditorium…not much else left). -- Politics threaten Hemingway home in Havana. -- Edinburgh's Old Town might get a new design center. -- Australia's National Portrait Gallery finally getting enough walls for its portraits. -- IDSA conference takes on "Utopian Realities." -- Exhibition coming to Tel Aviv surely to raise some hackles (and hopefully some constructive discourse). -- "Shrinking Cities" competition has some decidedly daring winners. -- Ballpark designer hopes for home run in National Design Awards.

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