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Today's News - May 9, 2006

Green grumblings: National's ballpark doesn't include "even one symbolic square inch of green roof" (though it's being done elsewhere). -- A £300m Yorkshire leisure complex better suited to brownfield than green belt. -- On a brighter green note: Toronto Botanical Garden a growing work in progress. -- A London hospital made teen-friendly. -- A grand old Philadelphia hospital transformed to stylish senior housing. -- Demolition of Toronto landmarks: progress or vandalism? -- A reprieve for Bunshaft landmark in Connecticut. -- Celebrating the Met's façade restoration (with a few side-swipes at some other NYC cultural projects). -- Eminent domain sparks national property rights movement. -- Gated communities are going global. -- Toronto "trapped in a transit wasteland." -- London's new take on libraries offers lessons for U.S. -- A new skyscraper is a hint at a new Chicago architecture. -- Harvard will take you there to see it all in person. -- Why everyone wants a piece of Foster. -- Libeskind keeps moving (and can even be "a bit goofy"). -- AA students to build their own Serpentine pavilion in Bedford Square.

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