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Today's News - October 3, 2006

Paris may have a "cloud of glass" by Gehry in its future. -- Mayors and architects team up to get serious about the built environment. -- New York City getting serious about building green. -- Even the U.S. Army is testing green roofs. -- A warrior for a Sustainable South Bronx. -- In a mix of practicality and idealism, developers are bringing prairies back. -- A stellar collection of modernist masters at University of Massachusetts give each other the cold shoulder. -- Chicago museum makeover may not be "jaw-dropping spectacle," but it is "good, problem-solving design." -- A battle brewing over massive mosque in London (though it would be massively green). -- A British TV star "swotted up on architecture" transforms a street. -- Katrina Cottages gaining ground all around. -- An exhibition is "an eye-opening look at a corner of Chicago that has seen the worst and still prepares for better times ahead." -- A (mostly) positive take on de Botton book. ----- EDITOR'S NOTE: ANN is on the road and Internet access may be spotty...we'll do our best to post daily.

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