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Today's News - August 30, 2006

A town considers its urban options (density is not necessarily the bogeyman). -- Principals of New Urbanism are not the problem. -- Moscow's Pushkin Square may soon sport a glitzy mall and a super highway. -- Britain's "beauty spots" threatened by those charged with protecting them. -- MoMA's economic impact study may look good on paper, but perhaps it belongs framed in the current Dada show. -- An amusing tour through Germany's "temples of vroom." -- A "luminous, tranquil chapel" for families of 9/11 victims gets a much-needed renovation. -- A call to establish Geo-Tectural Planning course combining geography, architecture, and urban planning for a sustainable future. -- A hotel in outer space coming closer to reality? -- Architects are hot in Hollywood. -- PBS brings us Wright in Buffalo. -- After Venice, head to Beijing's 2nd Architecture Biennial.

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