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Today's News - October 26, 2006

We lose a journalist who "influenced deeply the ways in which architecture was presented, advocated and debated." -- Farrelly takes on East Darling Harbour (renamed Barangaroo): "'concept plan' now means what you have when there is no concept." -- Just how visionary is the latest design for Penn Station? -- An "unorthodox team of cheerleaders" gets behind Foster's Madison Ave. tower. -- Will Madame Tussauds make Hollywood too Hollywood? -- An in-depth look at an overlooked LA school district's program for sustainable design: " a national showcase have gone virtually unnoticed." -- B-schools and companies looking to D-schools for "nimble, creative thinkers." -- Of back alleys and organic new urbanism. -- A new theater offers new hope for a small Canadian town "buried beneath decades of suburban blight." -- Are percent-for-art programs spoiling the public landscape? -- Addressing acoustic challenges in "modern, in-your-face office space." -- A minority firm's move to Kansas City "is bound to shake up the architecture and engineering neighborhood." -- RAIA hands out awards: NSW struggles to match Victorian innovation. -- CCA hosts James Stirling Memorial Lecture on the City November 7. -- Rotterdam 2007 will be a yearlong festival celebrating the city's architecture.

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