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Today's News - December 14, 2004

Congress for the New Urbanism issues call for entries for Charter Awards 2005. -- Move over Freedom Tower - Burj Dubai will be taller (and finished sooner). -- World's tallest bridge is a stunner. -- The public is eager for good design (no doubt not just in Australia). -- Bad-news day in U.K.: a look at the current status of the Dome. -- Will another iconic building (and another museum) really help Liverpool? -- Alsop axed (again) - but they get to keep his design. -- What's with the alien art invading Holyrood? -- Hopes for Toronto's waterfront being chipped away. -- Detailing on a residential tower in South San Francisco is "fine and dandy," but as "futile as draping lace on a smokestack...a 180-foot-high slab where no tower ought to be." -- No street signs - no accidents: cars and pedestrians actually look out for each other (what a concept!). -- How to work parking in - and when and why to leave it out. -- Streets and skylines changing in Houston, Shanghai, Korea, and Kuwait City. -- HQ for Institute of Peace gets go-ahead (and big bucks) from Congress. -- CNN explores Beirut's architectural renaissance. -- AIA Minnesota announces 2004 award winners.

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