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Today's News - October 4, 2006

Toronto reaches out to the world to revitalize Nathan Phillips Square. -- Three massive projects planned (or in progress) in Salt Lake City, Washington, DC, and Newhall, UK (try as we might, no architects mentioned for any of them!). -- One architect's big plans for Plymouth, UK, slowly moving forward. -- University of Chicago invites star power to compete for design of new arts center (and generate buzz to pay for it). -- King finds San Francisco's new vertical mall an adventure in "elegant chaos…a carnival of consumerism that won't go stale too soon." -- The ink is finally dry on design contract for Cleveland State University student center. -- Adrian Smith leaves SOM in "a friendly separation." -- Glancey says Canterbury cathedral "stands as a rebuke to the crassness of modern life." -- A look at the starts in line for the Stirling Prize. -- de Botton offers and "erudite and readable treatise on the aesthetics of architecture." -- Word has it that Herzog & de Meuron wins 2006 RIBA Royal Gold Medal. ----- 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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