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Today's News - August 1, 2006

New wings take flight at the Portland Art Museum. -- LMDC folds, leaving Lower Manhattan cultural projects in limbo. -- Kahn's Trenton Bathhouse "needs a savior -- badly and quickly." -- High-rises changing the face of Bangkok (some for the better). -- In addition to NIMBY and BANANA, add to the lexicon: BIMBY, GITS, and Garden Grabber. -- Two proposals for Milwaukee project have "generated beautiful architecture" (though Gould has her fave). -- Dublin green lights new rugby stadium, but the neighbors are none too pleased. -- Shortlist selected for new state park at a former rail yard in L.A. -- A call for papers for green rooftop conference. -- Eco-friendly Idea House full of ideas. -- You know green must be cool when MTV covers eco-friendly designers. -- An in-depth look at the architects behind Brighton's planned "astounding seaside observation tower." -- Designing a back-up plan for humanity on the moon (or just a really cool museum). -- MoMA's new architecture curator sees he has some catching up to do in "exploiting the public's infatuation with architecture." -- U.K. architect cleared of manslaughter in Legionnaires deaths; her "fine would have been more but for her 'limited means'." -- Coney Island's Parachute Jump has a bright future. -- Auckland Architecture Week in September celebrates the joy of architecture.

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