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Today's News - April 20, 2006

Suburbia is here to stay, so deal with it. -- An Ohio city is poster child for "creative shrinkage." -- An unusual solution for New Orleans - shantytowns. -- An overview of over-the-top skyscrapers rising on our horizons. -- A new open-air mall in Florida is designed for much more than shopping. -- Architecture billing index offers good news for commercial construction. -- San Francisco's 1906 quake offers lessons we should learn about humanitarian design and rebuilding. -- Can development and ecology co-exist on Shanghai island? Environmentalists are skeptical. -- A new group of Chinese designers and their "idiosyncratic" projects (great slide show). -- Two Copenhagen projects cater to kids. -- Copyright and the dilemma of judging "architectural scamps from the champs." -- A town in Massachusetts lays claim to have more examples of modernist houses than any other town in the state - and plans to preserve them. -- Q&A with Bangalore's "Architect of the Year 2005." -- AIA picks Top 10 Green Projects. -- Saturday is Earth Day!

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