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Today's News - March 14, 2006

A second look at Mies towers in Newark. -- Is there a common ground where smart growth advocates and libertarians can get along? -- New life for a palatial mosque in Yemen and a landmark in Calcutta. -- L.A. has big plans for a "world-class" park. -- A children's hospital in Austin goes for green. -- A London dance troupe has a building that dances. -- Architects throwing curve balls. -- Creating good design by going off the beaten path and blurring boundaries. -- A new conference in Dubai next year will focus on connections between design, business, and creativity. -- Sonoran Institute honors green and unusual design. -- A designer's own history tapped for Baltimore memorial garden. -- A call for Canadian Modernists to help create an oral history. -- EDITOR'S NOTE: ArchNewsNow is going on the road. Internet access - and hence the newsletter - may be sporadic until 3/22.

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