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Today's News - November 5, 2004

Why don't architects get credit in press reports…and does it matter? (We think so.) -- Starchitect projects certainly get a lot of ink (and proving profitable for developers' pockets as well). -- Will ferries be crossing the (long-hidden) Mersey again? -- L.A. River plans roll along. -- Pennsylvania river towns making a mark with Main Street programs. -- Another development battle brewing on another historic London corner. -- U.K. building codes called "eco-timebomb." -- A call for design and architecture schools to take the lead in "practicing environmental sustainability and social equity." -- A new dorm in Philadelphia has "all the charm of a highway sound barrier." -- Glass cancer cracking London windows. -- Can Wal-Mart make a good neighbor to Mexican pyramids? -- Chicago day care center threatens shrine to skyscraper hero. -- Moms are heroes to architectural illustrator (and the writer). -- Geddes to be feted at Princeton. -- Anything Goes? Hadid to kick off MAD New Technologies & Materials Conference in NYC.

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