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Today's News - August 11, 2006

The "rebel" Alsop throws his hat in the ring to be London's design tsar. -- Glancey says that isn't what the city needs. -- A New Orleans landfill is making "a second disaster out of the first one." -- FEMA under fire again: trailers for Katrina victims have elevated formaldehyde emissions. -- Just how sustainable are many of the urban regeneration in the U.K.? (Not very.) -- Even with improved planning processes, municipalities still have to play cat-and-mouse with "the sprawl machinery." -- Saffron takes on Philadelphia's towering lack of planning oversight - by experts. -- At least the Design Advocacy Group of Philadelphia is having some impact. -- Toronto gets a 10-day preview of its future waterfront. -- Another take on Foster's new "fishnet tower" in Manhattan. -- Pelli in the spotlight. -- Eisenman as "football junkie." -- Wright Foundation floundering - again. -- A new book looks at how real Cubans live.

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