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Today's News - November 30, 2004

A new arts center is a cultural haven in the Berkshire hills. -- Safeguarding an Art Deco heaven in Indonesia. -- U.S. cities echo with Islamic design. -- An impressive shortlist of local/international teams vies for Malaysian turf club project. -- Another shortlist vies to build in the Antarctic. -- Museum of Bristol selects architect (don't expect a run-of-the-mill design). -- A "shabby artery" being "remade as one of Toronto's most attractive thoroughfares." -- A happy ending for La Jolla Playhouse. -- Denver's already massive convention center gets bigger (but it's not all bad). -- Whimsy wins over restraint in MoMA's garden. -- Cookie-cutter schools don't bode well for communities. -- Space architecture launches in Houston. -- And the winners are: Cityscape 2004 Architectural Review Awards and Sustainable Leadership Awards. -- New York City's cool site for Christo's Gates in Central Park. -- Hugh Pearman's "Airports: a century of architecture" on bookshelves now.

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