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Today's News - October 11, 2006

Dust clouds of blame and disappointment still swirling around Denver. -- Even pessimists are drawing optimism from Suisman's vision of Palestinian Arc. -- How realistic are Chicago's Olympic dreams of gold? (or any city, for that matter) -- IDEO messes with the DNA of the typical "lumbering" planning process - and some are willing to give the idea a shot. -- Harvard messes with its Aalto masterpiece: "Nothing is gone except, well, everything." -- Victoria, Canada, considers landmarking some of its modernist masterpieces. -- The Deconstructivist style defanged as just "option in the pattern book of contemporary architecture." -- Piano's New York Times building is a rare and welcome example of "unstrained symbolism." -- Kansas City finally breaks ground on its 11-year dream. -- Libeskind designs large in Denmark. -- An architect who melds imagination with common sense. -- A radical solution to solving Stonehenge woes: do nothing. -- The future of green healthcare design. -- Deadline looms for Rome Prize 2007. -- MIT's City Car closer to rolling in reality. -- Rock star sings to help build Viñoly-designed arts school in Colombia.

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