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Today's News - November 20, 2006

ArcSpace brings us more architectural adventures from Tokyo. -- Ouroussoff wonders what's behind New Orleans's rush to demolish "some of the best public housing built in the United States." -- The rebirth of once infamous public housing project in San Francisco. -- For a neophyte with big plans to build a suburb wants to give people "a taste of real architecture" and affordable, eco-friendly homes. -- Columbia University's big plans for West Harlem have some residents worried about eminent domain issues. -- L.A.'s Cornfield Park competition picks a winner. -- A competition expert explains what's wrong with some competition methods. -- Santa Fe picks winning team for courthouse design. -- Hume gives landscape architects deserving praise - and bemoans bean counters that made new Toronto tower less than it could have been. -- Denver's Union Station re-do will pay attention to the street, and the city's first high-rise since the 1980s will be very green. -- Lowry praises Buffalo for daring "to think the unthinkable and do the undoable" in restoring Wright. -- Driving a "Chelsea Tractor" in London could cost you £25 a day (will other cities follow suit?). -- A small, green show in Chicago Kamin says should not be overlooked. -- Q&A with Chicago green-maker Jeanne Gang. -- In Honolulu, Hara is first architect to be honored with the Governor's Award. An eloquent tribute to Sam Stephenson, the Irish "'starchitect' who fell to earth."

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