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Today's News - November 30, 2006

More on Berlin's "defaced" train station. -- Dresden gets it right. -- Hawthorne finds that blaming California for global sprawl is a bit much. -- San Diego needs to redefine its dedication to public space. -- A call for designs at Ground Zero that "actual human beings might like." -- Ground Zero architects, Stern, and Scully reminisce Yale days. -- Ouroussoff gives a thumbs-up to Detroit museum's "guerrilla architecture." -- Gehry talks about building underground in Philadelphia. -- Now there are 3 vying for Tampa museum. -- Factors that have museums everywhere going full-tilt. -- Bangladesh gets serious about building codes. -- An art critic considers them "sophisticated barbarians" using gimmickry (and creating a bleak future). -- New life for a now landmarked arena in Washington, D.C. -- Q&A with Alain de Botton about buildings that make people happy. -- Bangladesh gets serious about building codes. -- Denver's new light-rail line is a traveling show of public art. -- Post-grads in Edinburgh have a hand in shaping the city. -- European student competition call for entries: "H2Ouse - living on the water."

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