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Today's News - April 21, 2006

New urbanism and Duany on the fringe of Toronto and Gentilly, New Orleans. -- Architecture "junkie" Pitt launching his own design competition for New Orleans in May; sign up with co-sponsor Global Green. -- Planning needs to be a priority for L.A. -- A campus landmark rates LEED Silver. -- An architectural spat between traditionalists and futurist. -- Security expert wants Ground Zero memorial designers to go back to the drawing board (again?!?). -- Chinese architecture is a "laboratory of urban change." -- Joshua Tree, CA, becoming a "do-it-yourself mini-utopia" for architects and artists. -- RAIA Award winners are a "testimony to the vitality of architecture in Queensland." -- Weekend diversions: On view: Gandy on view in New York. -- International Arts and Crafts movement in San Francisco. -- Two masters of woodwork and lighting paired in Seoul. -- In print: "The Architecture of Happiness." -- An instructive tome about contemporary architecture in Dublin (despite errors). -- A new field guide to Frank Lloyd Wright.

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