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Today's News - June 21, 2005

A call for people to take back their streets: cars should not rule the road. -- A small stretch of Toronto's waterfront shows what its future can hold. -- Design guidelines should not be straightjackets. -- Investing in good design makes good economic sense. -- Stadiums are hard to love (but it's getting easier in some places). -- In Bilbao, "architecture is art and art, architecture." -- "Elegant changes" to the Delaware Art Museum are a work of art. -- An artful zoo for kids in Chicago. -- World Monuments Fund names most threatened sites around the world. -- 71 RIBA Award winners make a lengthy shortlist for Stirling Prize. -- "Star Wars" makes design curriculum. -- Young Bangkok architects making their mark. -- Two calls for entries. -- "Snooze" is no snooze. -- Just an FYI: new list of the world's costliest cities.

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