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Today's News - March 17, 2005

Green revolution not a moment too soon. -- "Guggenheim economics" not painting a very pretty picture in Asia. -- Preservationists lose credibility when they "push the definition of what deserves protection to ludicrous extremes." -- Putin takes on Perrault and the Bolshoi Theatre (some amusing - and not so amusing - dialogue). -- Canada gets its own mega-mall. -- Libeskind's Kentucky condo project "swooshes" (and pleases most locals). -- Quaker school will be largest straw-bale building in the world (so far). -- A Brit to turn a top-secret Ukranian submarine base into a tourist attraction. -- A $3 billion hotel opens its doors in in Abu Dhabi (where else?). -- Quebec Order of Architects names 32 finalists for Awards of Excellence - public asked to vote.




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