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Today's News - December 7, 2006

A shortlist announced in Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square design competition. -- Another thumbs-up for Boston's ICA. -- Fields of poppies welcome visitors to new National World War One Museum. -- People getting dizzy in Denver as DAM "joins a list of buildings with high-profile architecture and unintended consequences." -- An "irresistible force" meets "an immovable object" at Ground Zero. -- Why an RFP for trade center streetscapes is so important. -- The RFP: Expert Professional Architectural and Engineering Services for the World Trade Center Streets. -- New twist(s) in Calatrava's Chicago spire (it gets taller, too). -- Rochon is taken by a rarity: a developer as patron of serious architecture. -- It won't be just PIE in the sky for pro's and the public at NYC's Center for Architecture. -- Seattle has a plan to "radically change how travelers share the pavement." -- U.S. government turns to theme park experts to "brighten the country's battered image." -- Mies inspires a Miami party-pad. -- Call for entries:"Ephemeral Gardens" to celebrate Québec City's 400th anniversary. -- You know "going green" is really going mainstream when Gore visits Oprah. -- Two thumbs-up and two thumbs-down for Frank Lloyd Wright play in Chicago (and heading to NYC).

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