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Today's News - April 14, 2005

Jane Jacobs takes big book prize for "Dark Age Ahead." -- A critical look at contemporary architecture: several starchitects raked over the coals, but should make at least traditionalists happy. -- Wal-Mart pledges big bucks for nature to make up for its sprawling footprints (not all are convinced). -- Manhattan's new ferry terminal is an elegant welcome sign. -- Emerson College has big plans to redevelop Boston's Theater District. -- Preservationists not pleased with Chicago Art Institute's demolition plans: "the accomplishments of our secondary architects are being relegated to persona non grata." -- A vision for a "New Suburbia" gaining steam on Long Island. -- Architectural Association of Ireland awards pass the torch to a new generation. -- A garden designer helps heal the landscape in Panama, including a Gehry/Mau-designed museum of biodiversity. -- A Moscow architect holding his own against foreign talent. -- At a Milan Fair exhibition, contemporary architects take on legendary houses.




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