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Today's News - May 18, 2006

Call for entries to design a national library in Prague. -- Spanish architects win Thailand's Tsunami Memorial with "Mountains of Remembrance" (most reports did not name architects, but we found two of three; at least this one has an image). -- BedZed not as eco-friendly as hoped; hopefully there's "light at the end of the tunnel." -- High hopes for a "landmark housing development" in East London. -- A decidedly L.A. kind of day: Arch Record talks to and shows off just about everyone and everything (this goes into our bookmarks). -- An L.A. transplant from NYC reflections on Jane Jacobs. -- A Brentwood dog park glows: it's on an old radioactive waste dump (are they serious about a development project?). -- A Beverly Hills art center with Lincoln Center dreams (on a smaller scale). -- Griffith Observatory about to re-join L.A.'s architectural constellation. -- L.A. Business Council honors innovative developments (architects included). -- Chicago's Hyde Park Art Center is open, but still a work in progress with one big "wow." -- U.K. may come down hard on second homes to prevent spread of "ghost villages." -- Ailing historic British churches' greatest bane is not the rain, but red tape. -- On view in Japan: Modernist On Kunio Maekawa, a student of Corbu and mentor to Tenge.

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