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Today's News - May 15, 2006

ArcSpace takes us to Pelli's concert hall in Orange County, CA. -- Prince-Ramus and Koolhaas split "with no hard feelings" (is anyone really surprised?). -- One Florida development is not New Urbanism as we've come to expect: it's "stranger than that" (with a touch of Frank Lloyd Wright to boot). -- Another Florida development is pure New Urbanism, this time with a golf course. -- Bing Thom has big plans for Vancouver. -- Australian cities offer lessons for Johannesburg. -- In Chicago, the "green" revolution is finally trickling down to impoverished areas. -- A grass-roots green revolution in Cincinnati is slowly taking root. -- U.K.'s SixtyK houses will cost a lot more to buy (builders are licking their chops - so what's the point?). -- At least the winning SixtyK's are going on display. -- Another cool take on the mobile house (pronounced mouse). -- Could a $1.6 billion "Disney-meets-Hollywood entertainment complex" be headed for Connecticut's shore? -- Pawson's Kew Garden footbridge is a "sublime break from prevailing design." -- All sorts of secrets surround the new Capitol Visitor Center (but you'll be able to use your cell phone). -- Infrastructure gets its due from AIA Wisconsin. -- "Planet of Slums" is "an illuminating, frustrating primer." -- Times Square nostalgia goes under the gavel this week.

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