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Today's News - January 12, 2006

Sprawl blossoms - sometimes a good thing? -- A New York county, and elsewhere, trying to solve the problems of an aging suburban community. -- Corporate partnership taking on urban ghettos. -- Transit and pollution woes still dog Boston's Big Dig. -- Contextual architecture sometimes a bit too contextual. -- Miami giddy about its new performing arts center - despite it being costly and late (let's hope this honeymoon lasts). -- Darwin's home nominated as World Heritage Site. -- Canadian college takes teaching green technology seriously. -- Call for entries for traveling fellowship. -- Ariel Sharon as Pritzker candidate (not really, but seriously).


 

 

 

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