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Today's News - September 22, 2006

In Vancouver, they're seeing red over Olympic village "green." -- March of the "clone towns" across the U.K. -- Are there lessons to be learned (or unlearned) in Milton Keynes? -- In Delhi, a crackdown on alterations in Lutyens Bungalow Zone (but will it have teeth?). -- A Q&A with the chief Chinese architect working on Beijing's "Bird's Nest" stadium. -- Kennicott's (mostly) thumbs-up take on Pelli's Orange County concert hall. -- Potsdam's newest theater: a mini-Sydney Opera House or a crumpled hat? (second review is in Germans, but great slide show.) -- A touch of glamour in store for new Philadelphia theater (too bad it has to be in an "anything but glamorous" condo tower). -- Sustainable prefab architecture might have real possibilities. -- Miami headed for a billion-dollar Shaq-attack. -- A California Friendly (trademarked, no less) makeover for L.A.'s Barnsdall Art Park. -- A Fast Company collection of Masters of Design. -- Another view from Venice: the French pavilion (replete with sauna and cute architects) deserves the Golden Lion; U.S. pavilion ties, but disappoints. -- CCA offers an amusing view of life in MIT's "sponge." -- A new book looks at 10 years of public art by a Lebanese artist/architect. -- A post-show review of the V&A's Modernism show. -- When art and artists collide (with a bit of architecture thrown in).

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