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Today's News - October 6, 2006

A light-filled vision for North Carolina museum expansion. -- Report card for Vancouver: a nice place to live (as long as you're not poor). -- Vancouver's resident critic laments lip service that passes as public participation. -- Making the connection between aesthetics and affordability. -- Swoops and swirls make a splash in shortlisted designs for NYC aquarium. -- Ourooussoff pleased that Arquitectonica finally comes through with a decent building for NYC. -- Libeskind's take on his Denver Art Museum (it really is about the art). -- USC's new architecture dean hails from Shanghai. -- Glancey's take on Herzog & de Meuron's royal RIBA Gold. -- NYC's Architecture Week starts today; openhousnewyork opens doors. ----- EDITOR'S NOTE: The daily ANN newsletter will return on Tuesday, October 10.

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