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Today's News - November 3, 2004

ArcSpace takes us to the Museum of World Culture in Göteborg, Sweden. -- Toronto's waterfront still in a quagmire (and sinking fast?). -- A very strong opinion about (and look at history of) planning in Lagos. -- Montreal's design commissioner inspires New York's Times Square. -- A true artist of public spaces. -- An architect finds gold in "green." -- A revolution in recycling. -- Holyrood in the news again. -- A look at one of the U.K.'s ugliest buildings. -- SHoP uses high-tech, high design, and breaks an architectural taboo. -- A new skating rink will be icy-green. -- Arizona campus calls in experts. -- An artful "shack" by a Canadian master rescued from the wrecking ball. -- Smart Growth Awards presentation coming up. -- New media, new technologies in architectural practice and theory explored by the experts.

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