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Today's News - October 5, 2006

A "somewhat cryptic" reason why there will be no jail by Holl for Denver. -- A bit too much history (and granite) dulls Miami's new Carnival Center. -- High hopes that new look for New York's Queens Museum will be eye-catching. -- High hopes for new mall in Plymouth, UK (but is the design already 10 years out of date?). -- In Warsaw, "a preservation battle with a post-totalitarian twist." -- Hume offers some insights to those considering entering Nathan Phillips Square competition. -- Pei returns to his roots with opening of Suzhou Museum tomorrow. -- Star Wars lucre from Lucas behind new film school complex for USC. -- You, too, can hang with U2 in Dublin's new twisting tower. -- Rybczynski rhapsodizes about America's first woman starchitect. -- Chicago Art Institute raids Van Alen for new curator of design. -- Month-long Toronto TRASH festival launches tonight with Rochon and Bélanger Q&A about ruin, reclamation, and trash. -- Kunsthalle Helsinki launches major Saarinen exhibition on international tour. ----- 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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