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Today's News - October 20, 2006

Architecture for good causes in a pop-up store in Chicago and the Pop!Tech conference for brainiacs. -- Reinventing, honoring, and discovering history in South Africa, Pittsburgh, and the University of Virginia. -- Two takes on Edinburgh's makeover madness (and links to related stories). -- Perhaps there are lessons in Reston Town Center, "a mix of outstanding accomplishments and missed opportunities." -- Atlanta puts plans for Calatrava arts center on pause. -- Plans for a themed development in Plano, TX, has New Zealand Maoris more than mumbling. -- Manhattan's dreary Hospital Row finally has a "splendid" addition. -- Holl wins big in China. -- Hadid takes on "an architectural world that once seemed dominated by men and straight lines." -- Nearing his 99th year, Niemeyer remains the modest, charming workaholic. -- There's nothing new about security influencing architecture; the danger is "to make architectural decisions based on the threat of the moment without regard to the long-term consequences of those decisions." -- Design's "night of glamour" is still a work in progress. -- A shortlist of designs that reinvent the bike shed. -- One we couldn't resist: RIP: pink plastic flamingos (or maybe not).

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