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Today's News - February 15, 2006

A new Baltimore museum celebrates African American history and culture. -- Some cheer, some are appalled at U.K. architects' call to boycott Israeli construction industry. -- Meanwhile, Brits in "bitter debate" over design priorities in the 21st century. -- A look at the unique challenges of restoring Modernist masterpieces. -- Gehry on Gretzky, Toronto's missed opportunity to be an architectural hot spot, and his tendency to get a bit "schizzy." -- St. Petersburg, Russia, passed up Moss for a "low-key and subtle" plan by Foster. -- After 30 years, National Cartoon Museum may finally have found a permanent home. -- Considering "the conservative Israeli building landscape," one architect's attempt to design outside the box is refreshing. -- Eight U.S. communities selected to receive assistance in planning long-term sustainability. -- Semifinalists for Great American Main Street Awards, and long list for U.K.'s Gulbenkian Prize announced. -- ASLA's National Landscape Architecture Month timed for Olmsted's birthday, Earth Day (and spring - we hope!).




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