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Today's News - July 27, 2006

Sadly, Miami loses a master by his own choice. -- Three U.S. cities in the running for 2016 Summer Games. -- Shortlist for Denver's Still museum will get shorter. -- Big Kansas City downtown redevelopment finally breaks ground. -- A look at how British developers use the cachet of starchitects "to broaden the appeal of their forthcoming attractions to planners and purchasers." -- For one U.K. museum project, the big name just didn't help make the funding cut. -- A foundation that funds "green" walks the talk. -- A Chicago firm that uses technology and sustainability "to create buildings of startling humanity and variety." -- A '97 Chicago tower designed to go higher - does. -- Edifice wrecks: Chicago updates its "roster of uncomeliness" (some architects named). -- Rybczynski weighs in on what Gehry flick "does and doesn't say about the famous architect." -- As two iconic Disney hotels undergo transformation, a nostalgic behind-the-scenes look at what went into Graves's Swan and Dolphin. -- News of next RIBA president plays out in the political pages. -- BBC's Restoration starts a new season sets out to save a rural building at risk. -- A "petting zoo" of materials with some surprising sources. -- A new book looks at how Bangalore became the garden city is "a surprising blend of history, landscape architecture and culture."




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