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Today's News - October 16, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Denmark's contribution to the Biennale now on view in Copenhagen, and Foster's Hearst Tower in Manhattan. -- Rogers sees Stirling for Madrid airport. -- A new book will take a look at the truth behind Stirling icons: "the roofs leak, they're dingy and too hot." -- A public health advocate has much to say about our built environments (and it's time we listened). -- Boddy reviews a "sprawling documentary" about suburban sprawl. -- New study shows moving for affordable housing can end up costing more. -- Big plans in Beirut move forward. -- An expert's viewpoint on designing - and building - in a war zone. -- Campbell says non-non to Nouvel's museum in Paris and calls on the media to get off the starchitect bandwagon and admit when "the emperor has no clothes." -- New Denver museum is dramatic on the outside but tough to hang art on the inside. -- Litt has two thumbs-up for reworking of Cleveland's Breuer museum and questions why the city has to tear down its other Breuer building. -- Though she didn't get the Stirling, Hadid seems happy in Scotland. -- Hawthorne takes on Orange County Great Park and L.A.'s big plans for Cornfield park. -- Meanwhile, O.C. Great Park to be a living laboratory, and Cornfield finalists offer up nothing meek. -- There's still time to register for an intensive design/build community project in the Dominican Republic.

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