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Today's News - November 2, 2006

Study shows arts + civic engagement = healthy communities. -- Hadid waxes poetic about her Maggie's Centre (and is tired of being called a diva). -- L.A.'s Griffith Observatory is ready for its close-up, and thumbs are (mostly) up. -- A sky dome in Oklahoma to help architects design more energy-efficient buildings. -- Gough has no small plans to transform a small post-pastoral center in the U.K. -- Brussat is brutal to so-called modernists. -- Ouroussoff on the Whitney's identity crisis. -- A "stunning" addition to a Seattle branch library deserves better than what it's attached to. -- Did the government short-change architects on Brisbane's new Gallery of Modern Art - and some other projects? -- Don't bug Eisensman about architecture when he's watching a Cardinals game in their new stadium. -- A Central Park in store for Hollywood Freeway? -- Some of Tucson's bruised buildings with great bones are healed, others lost. -- "Massive Change" in Chicago "exalts the visionary vanguard rethinking our world."

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