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Today's News - November 2, 2004

We lose a master who captured Modernism on film. -- Second Look: a new ANN series revisits masterworks (and not-such-masterworks) from the past. -- British eyesores picked to get axed (maybe). -- Lutyens' Delhi may fall victim to swimming pools for politicians. -- L.A.'s modern art museum needs more than a name change. -- Does a very urban skyscraper belong in very suburban Long Island? -- A Toronto neighborhood gets a much-needed beautiful building on a budget. -- Big box retailers (slowly) giving in to local vernacular (Mediterranean Wal-Mart anyone?). -- Cambridge University to shutter architecture school? -- Long-time plans for contemporary art center in Calgary slowly fading. -- Wanted: architect for New Hampshire federal building. -- Council for European Urbanism sets sight on U.K. -- Montreal students sweep Habitat for Humanity competition. -- Call for ideas: an observatory in Peru. -- Call for papers and student competition for 2005 UIA Congress.

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