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Today's News - October 25, 2006

A growing alphabet soup of green building guidelines: LEED, 189P, and GRI. -- One architect out, another in for Kansas African American Museum. -- Kennicott finds himself in Yesterdayland at Mount Vernon. -- New York news: High hopes to turn 42nd Street into a pedestrian mall. -- Dia leaves the High Line; will the Whitney step in? -- Foster defends his Madison Ave. tower. -- Another Adjaye for the U.K. -- Nashville skyline to sport the tallest office tower outside of Chicago and New York (artistic, 200-foot spire included). -- No billy goats for green roof on Des Moines library. -- Shark tanks and lattes with while shopping for your Audi. -- Q&A with Will Alsop: "I've learned never to trust anyone with big feet and a small head." -- Second Adler & Sullivan Chicago landmark goes up in smoke. -- More on the demise of Architecture magazine. -- Architects, engineers and Feng Shui researchers attempt to make the system less mystical. -- An 8-week carbon diet challenge.

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