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Today's News - November 17, 2006

A tribute to the Underground Railroad on Cincinnati's waterfront. -- Architect celebrate the best building in Scotland, but bemoan "'dreary and unimaginative' and poorly constructed public projects"; and a new book on Scotland's lost landmarks is "a heartbreaking catalogue of wanton cultural vandalism and neglect." -- Chandigarh hopes to make Cities of Modern Heritage list. -- For public art projects in Sydney, it's not always a harmonious alliance between architects and artists. -- Alsop brings a big "wow" factor to plans for Bradford, UK. -- Connecticut casino has big expansion plans. - Foster thinks tall in Tivoli. -- A new urban park for London. -- Saffron cheers for design for affordable housing in Philadelphia that outshines upscale rivals (and nary a red brick in sight). -- European cities do away with traffic signs with some surprising results. -- Hawthorne finds exhibit tying architecture and fashion caught in a disappointing time warp. -- Chicago shows off its hot young talent.

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