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Today's News - June 7, 2006

EDITOR'S NOTE: We're off to the City of Angels for the AIA convention (and too many 7:30 a.m. programs!). ANN will return Tuesday, June 13. ----- Words of warning to China: Western architects just want the work, but "the American model is a mistake." -- Maybe everyone should head to Vancouver for Sustainable Cities forum. -- McDonough taking his message for a renewable world around the world (hopefully, China will pay heed). -- Lessons about going global found in Peter Rabbit's cabbage patch. -- Irish firms going global. -- Big plans for Baton Rouge riverfront (not all are convinced). -- Master plan for London Olympics tweaked. -- Berlin's retooled Olympic Stadium ready for its World Cup close-up. -- Out of the rubble: Manchester's "stunning and unexpected urban renaissance." -- An international shortlist for Kansas City townhouse development. -- Tall towers a benchmark for development in Hangzhou, China (city planners: please heed news above). -- In Washington, DC, "security creep remains alive and well." -- A real estate boom in South Africa's townships of shacks (now where will the poor live?). -- A young Viet Namese architect finds inspiration in nature. -- Shorlist for Boston plaza competition. -- On view: In London, the 60's architects who wanted us to live like aliens (and now we are). -- In Chicago, two photography shows that see architecture through new eyes. - Toronto's Pugly Award winners announced (only the high marks named). - One we couldn't resist: architects rock in London (sample tracks included).


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