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Today's News - February 21, 2006

Architecture is the real test of a nation's creativity. -- In New Orleans, an urban planner's historic opportunity and heart-wrenching task. -- Withering weather developments (a.k.a. climate change) pose challenges to developers and preservationists. -- Moscow mayor not waiting for weather - it's been a decade-long demolition derby (landmarks included) - and odds are against preservationists. -- The unique challenges facing older, inner-ring "first suburbs." -- Big plans for Asian Village Atlanta would combine culture and commerce (and koi?). -- Harvard's pick for architect of new science complex is "slightly courageous" and "slightly controversial." -- A new (and expensive) station for Birmingham, U.K. "looks like a glorified cinema." -- LAPD HQ might turn out to be "the most conflicted landmarks in all of Los Angeles." -- Getty Villa redesign proves "modernism can have texture, richness, sensuality, and scale." -- MoMA's show of Spanish architecture puts American architectural progress to shame. -- Paris starts a love affair with Los Angeles art and architecture. [Editor's note: For those who celebrated Presidents Day, click "Yesterday's News" to catch up.]




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