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Today's News - November 22, 2006

EDITOR'S NOTE: ANN will be taking a Thanksgiving break…we'll be back Monday, November 27. ----- An in-depth look at the Big Apple's green core. -- Big plans in Jerusalem have urban planners and environmentalists not at all happy. -- Decoding the chaos of Lagos: "it is hard to maintain Koolhaas's intellectual excitement." -- Museum titans in race for Abu Dhabi. -- A costly oops-we-didn't-include-that in London's 2012 Olympics budget (and big bucks for project management to hold down costs). -- More big bucks lost on abandoned Turner Contemporary in Margate. -- Safdie returns to his Montreal alma mater as part of an impressive Quebec/U.S. team. -- SHCA takes on downtown Moscow. -- Denver appoints a talented panel to oversee courthouse project. -- Parking garages we can actually call architecture. -- Modular home designs challenge and reward small firms. -- Architects disdainful of value engineering. -- Eco-design taking root in hospitality design. -- MoMA's new research center ready for its closeup. -- King's picks his favorites in new architecture books.

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