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Today's News - January 26, 2006

We lose Temko, an eloquent "activist critic" whose criticism was taken very seriously. -- A study shows potential bias in metropolitan planning boards. -- New-market tax credits bode well for low-income areas. -- EPA offers four new (and free) smart growth publications. -- Not good news for cultural projects in Jaffa, Liverpool, and Glasgow. -- Good news for Orlando arts center. -- Buffalo's Wright projects considered wrong by some. -- Best line today: "The disinterred Getty Villa is gorgeous, vulgar, filled with astounding treasure, tainted by corruption, often brilliant, more than a little decadent…" -- Cecil Balmond as cult engineer.




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