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Today's News - October 13, 2005

Revisiting Paul Rudolph's subsidized housing project in the Bronx. -- On the Mississippi Gulf Coast, planning marathon gets underway. -- Privatizing infrastructure projects in Toronto might be just the ticket the city needs. -- A small California town is a model of "the most extreme anti-growth policies in the nation." -- The 10 personas of innovation. -- What the jury had to say about the six Stirling Prize contenders (we'll know the winner on Saturday). -- Two reports say architects from L.A. and U.K. to be tapped for museum projects in Edmonton, Canada. -- Hadid's vision for transport museum in Glasgow. -- San Francisco's de Young Museum offers "cozy glamour." -- University of Toronto student center strives to be organic, green architecture. -- This year's Solar Decathlon goes online with web diary with lots of information, images. -- Noguchi's playgrounds on view in Tokyo.




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