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Today's News - May 19, 2006

Architecture billings as economic indicator. -- Losing European capital of culture title is actually a big win. -- Shanghai's skyscrapers causing concern. -- "Eurotecture" invades Manhattan. -- Miami's building boom a bit too rapid for some. -- Fort Worth looking forward to a new architectural "wow." -- Stuttgart's Mercedes-Benz museum is Stuttgart's newest "wow" factor (great slide show!). -- New Toronto courthouse is "a brilliant example of architectural reconciliation." -- University R&D building marries creativity with economy. -- A sad case of an historic Philadelphia building slated for demolition while its bones are still sound. -- Doors Open Toronto will illuminate the city's "vibrant urban soul." -- And the winners are: Design Montréal Awards. -- Irish architects lauded, but urged to be "braver, more daring and progressive way." -- Weekend diversions: Gehry flick is "intriguing but a bit behind the curve"; from "shlub to hero" and a household name. -- On view: thumbs up for Fuller/Noguchi. -- Piano in Dallas. -- In print: A lengthy review of "Planet of Slums." -- "Healthcare Spaces No 2" a "cornucopia of imagery to gladden the heart of any healthcare architect."

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