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Today's News - March 20, 2006

ArcSpace takes us to The Netherlands. -- A chance for a New Suburbia in New York to not look like Old Anywhere. -- The barriers keeping a Canadian suburb from embracing New Urbanism. -- Chicago towers "are rising in a new kind of city, a post-industrial city, which manufactures culture instead of widgets." -- A new landmark tower for Kuala Lumpur. -- Cleveland Museum hopes for another stunning piece of architecture. -- An interesting take on America's lagging behind in the skyscraper race. -- According to sports economists, spending public money on stadiums doesn't really pay off, but we're still doing it. -- An international shortlist vies to make Toronto a world-class waterfront city. -- Modernism and Modernists making their mark in the U.K. -- Young architects get a chance to make their mark. -- NYC's newest waterfall made of glass. -- A treasure trove of long-lost vintage NYC photos found. -- A "Bucky dome" gets its due.

EXHIBITION: Barcelona in Progress




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