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Today's News - October 27, 2006

Philadelphia and Seattle coming to grips with the future of their waterfronts. -- Toronto politicians just don't get the heritage thing. -- A San Diego initiative that encourages developers to include affordable housing in new projects. -- Another tower for Philadelphia - but it just doesn't fit. -- San Francisco decides today whether to launch an international competition for a very tall tower. -- Cleveland museum taps hot young British firm to design new building. -- Animals rule: Beauty and efficiency of birds are inspiration for new wildlife rehab center in Phoenix. -- International Fund for Animal Welfare HQ to be LEED green. -- Bernstein questions the extremes that "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" goes to. -- A Moscow treasure in dire straights. -- Glasgow's Lighthouse has a new keeper. -- The next new power source: people. -- Calls for entries: EDRA/Places Awards, and a photo competition to launch an atlas of places. -- On view: proposed Post-Katrina design and rebuilding projects in New Orleans. -- Chinese architects and urban solutions in Toronto. -- Michelangelo as architect in Florence.

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