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Today's News - April 28, 2006

Another eloquent tribute to Jacobs. -- Self-sufficient living modules make their way from New Mexico desert to the U.K. -- Hopefully fourth design is a charm for Moynihan Station in Manhattan. -- Foster's university pharmacy building does "wonders for the health of architecture in Toronto." -- The ball park builds a neighborhood in San Diego. -- An Indiana stadium with shades of chic urban vibes. -- A new park for Toronto will "represent a new generation of park" (though it faces some limitations). -- London's Jubilee Gardens revamp gets a green light. -- A Yorkshire park deer shelter transformed by an American "populist artist-hero for the British." -- A Baroness plans protest over Prado road change in Madrid. -- "The Hydro Wall" is the Big Idea that garners $10,000 2006 Next Generation Award. -- A thoughtful look at the legacy of Ray and Charles Eames. Weekend diversions: readings: de Botton's "The Architecture of Happiness" finds no beauty in Poundbury. -- Excerpt from "The Architecture of Entertainment: L.A. in the Twenties": its influence on exoticism in Southern California architecture. -- On view: "American Streamlined Design: The World of Tomorrow" in New York. -- Hundertwasser in Kyoto. -- One we couldn't resist: a science fiction interior design business.

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