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Today's News - August 17, 2006

Public health and urban development: a call to cure our sick cities, and a report on the relationship between public health and the built environment - both offer advice. -- Big, green plans for an obscure Toronto jewel. -- Big, green, open spaces for Brooklyn's Atlantic Yards: are they big - and public - enough? -- Will a large Ferris wheel be big enough to revive West Berlin? -- Could high gas prices kill the suburbs and reshape cities? -- A building blitz for a New Orleans family center. -- The battle continues to save a Modernist landmark in Moscow (great pix). -- Nobel likes his Gehry buildings better when they're undressed. -- A Malibu house by an unsung Wright protégé "speaks volumes about the power of restraint." -- Milwaukee museum cashes in on its commercial cachet. -- "Design e{+2}" on TV: can Brad Pitt make "sustainable design" sexy? -- Call for entries: a sustainable design competition for U.S. students. -- Inflatable architecture (and more!) on view in Anaheim.

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