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Today's News - October 29, 2004

Two miles of road and a Glasgow school building win big in the U.K. -- Meanwhile, multicultural analyst Stuart Hall includes urban architecture as much as anything else for cities' failures. -- Financing flux for Freedom Tower continues: result may be only "a symbol of rebuilding." -- Ontario doesn't please all with plans to curb sprawl. -- CABE called on the carpet for favoring developers over historic preservation. -- Cleveland's lakefront plans fall a bit flat. -- Big plans to make Baton Rouge more user-friendly. -- Pelli/Stantec team gets go-ahead for Winnipeg Airport redevelopment. -- To save or not to save a Philip Johnson arcade of glass in Peoria. -- Alsop rescued by venture capitalists; sees the future in North America, Asia, and Moscow. -- New York City Opera wants a home of its own. -- New Denver museum to look "like an iceberg and at night glows." -- Old schools reborn as new homes. -- Memorial service planned for Los Angeles Times former architecture and design critic John Dreyfuss. -- Weekend diversions: Exhibition of international innovative housing in Philadelphia inspires students to do their own. -- New book explores Miami Modern.
Editor's note (for E.U. and most of U.S.): Don't forget to turn your clocks back one hour on Saturday night…and Happy Halloween!

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