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Today's News - May 8, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Maya Lin in Washington State (twice). -- Toronto's "orphan spaces" finally getting some attention. -- SFMOMA announces design winner for its orphan space atop a parking garage. -- The era of "starchitects" now "fueling the desire for the next hot thing." -- Chicago's challenge in going for 2016 Olympic gold. -- Campbell and Hume on Jacobs. -- A university builds a city. -- A cornerstone of Remaking Barnsley (UK) ready to start. -- Stuttgart's new Mercedes-Benz museum "might happily be described as computer baroque...a magical mystery tour well worth taking." -- "Planet of Slums" a necessary (but depressing) read. -- Q&A with Pritzker winner only slightly more optimistic. -- A Korean architect's "lonely fight" to save an historic temple. -- New kicks in store for Route 66. -- Glass, glass, and more glass, from Dubai to L.A. -- Some intriguing, amusing, and informative articles in LA Times special section - you pick.

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