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Today's News - November 16, 2006

Smart Growth Achievement Award winners offer lessons for us all. -- San Francisco ditches 2016 Olympics bid, leaving Chicago and L.A. in the running. -- Londoner's lean on Barcelona to learn Olympic lessons for 2016 (then there's that pesky budget thing). -- Washington, DC hears the call of green. -- Re: waterfront revival: if Detroit can do it, so can Philadelphia. -- Gehry's Brooklyn plans get shrunk (and one of the towers "has been reduced to a brick-clad stump"). -- A new team named to Calatrava's (now un-named) Chicago spire. -- MoMA offers "OMA in Beijing," a 5 million s.f. "people-friendly reinvention of the skyscraper." -- Hopefully, they're all studying proxemics. -- King offers a column of odds and ends. -- Brussat is spellbound by Celebration. -- Rybczynski ruminates on the decline of architecture magazines. -- We'll keep our eye out for RFP to make Saarinen's TWA terminal hum again. -- Fears that the wind may no longer rustle through the willows of Badger, Mole, and Toad's River Pang. -- Deadlines loom: RFQ for Cyprus Cultural Centre in Nicosia; visionary designs built of bamboo; and green designs for AIA/COTE Top Ten. -- Top 10 green building products.

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