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Today's News - October 18, 2006

The History Channel launches a design competition for the city of the future. -- Farrelly minces no words about why architecture usually flies under the public radar (Venice Biennale and young architects show don't help). -- Even critics of Denver's new museum don't think bad press will have much impact. -- Rybczynski on why good cities have bad architecture. -- Reflections on the Arts & Crafts movement and its "implications for humanity's aesthetic past, present, and future." -- Why Rogers deserves the Stirling. -- A "cultural jewel" reopens in Berlin. -- Masters of design and their design ethos. -- A landmarked Harlem pumping station's second act as a theater. -- An energy-efficient TOD for Denver's T-REX terminus. -- Britain's love affair with mock-Victorian. -- Pesce inspires them in Manila. -- Jacobs's "The Perfect $100,000 House" is a "quirky, important book." -- de Botton's "The Architecture of Happiness" is timeless (and beautiful). -- A new tome looks at why we feel comfortable in certain places. -- Mississauga celebrates urban design.

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