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Today's News - November 8, 2006

A call for urban planners to "re-establish a role for themselves in promoting public health." -- Big plans to transform Cleveland and Yonkers. -- Katrina Cottage's new siblings. -- McDonough shows us the tower of tomorrow - it will be green and beautiful. -- Q&A with Calatrava: Ground Zero, light, and optimism. -- Italy's rising star is a "self-confessed control freak" out "to change the world." -- How security concerns are changing school design. -- An old grain elevator elevated to new upscale condos. -- Heathcote gives London's Young Vic a standing ovation. -- A new form of historical museum could change the way we view history. -- A bright future for Johnson's Glass House. -- But what of Rudolph's school destined to be turned into a parking lot? -- For your reading pleasure: Stern's "New York 2000" is a "staggering, oceanic book that presents you with an anatomist's minuteness and an astronomer's wide-angle view of New York City." -- "An Atlas of Spatial Practice" attempts to dismantle the idea of "the architect" being the one in charge of space. -- An enjoyable excerpt from de Botton's "The Architecture of Happiness."

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