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Today's News - September 21, 2006

Rybczynski doesn't dig underground architecture. -- Why HGTV is good for downtown revivals. -- A conference revisits the 1964 Venice Charter to safeguard cultural heritage: is it still relevant? -- Ireland now has its own Heritage Trust: will it work? -- Despite an official focus on the "relentlessly modern," Pearman rejoices in the quiet salvation of London's great Georgian churches. -- New British schools designed by hot architects are ending up not that cool. -- Two thumbs-up for Chicago's change in plans for Olympic stadium. -- Toronto in store for a spectacular waterfront park. -- Russell is pleasantly surprised with Libeskind's edgy museum wing in Denver: "an extraordinary celebration of the city's idealism and aspiration…with magnetic power." -- Erickson's RCMP Heritage Centre is coming to life. -- A look at the global craze for designer museums. -- A collection of competition calls for entries. -- Two more takes on Venice Biennale: "Cities of Stone" and Tschumi's City of the Future.

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