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Today's News - May 3, 2006

The "high priest of the New Urbanist city-planning movement" forges ahead in New Orleans. -- In a California suburb "it's as though Jacobs never existed...life without wheels is inconceivable." -- Rogers is next starchitect for Ground Zero. -- Hearst Tower: "Foster has inserted as much signature "Foster" as he could." -- Gehry's Grand Avenue "a surprisingly down-to-earth and practical scheme." -- Piano's Morgan Library: "spaces of physical lightness and luminosity." -- His very green home for 10,000 live animals in San Francisco breaks ground. -- Engineers are green from the ground up. -- An old hospital given new life. -- Reinventing the flophouse as a decent home. -- One of "Scotland's finest 20th-century architectural masterpieces" ironically endangered by those who want to preserve it. -- A young Australian architect making waves. -- In Toronto, an apartment may - or may not - be a Philip Johnson (either way, it's yours for $15 million). -- Pollack documentary is "a strikingly sincere portrait of an artist...Gehry is what everyone wishes celebrities and artists to be: down to earth."

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