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Today's News - December 8, 2006

AIA awards 2007 Gold Medal posthumously and Firm Award to a woman-owned firm. -- Ouroussoff finds Boston's ICA "architecture of empathy" and "welcome therapy for a self-involved age." -- A museum win for a young architect is a "jump start for Palestinian architecture." -- Two takes on Calatrava's (now less) twisting tower. -- Gazprom Tower "just another global corporate monolith - banal, dull and inappropriate." -- Foster's Madison Avenue tower "atrocity or masterpiece?" -- Boddy finds architectural sophistication bodes well for a troubled Vancouver neighborhood. -- TOD's and TND's not really what they purport to be. -- Some successes, some failures for U.S cities pushing pedal power. -- A new study looks at the bright side of potential congestion pricing in NYC. -- Automated parking garages trying to catch on in the U.S. -- A new director (finally) found for Storefront for Art and Architecture. -- Weekend diversions: Kamin gives Wright play in Chicago a big thumbs-up. -- An exhibition in San Jose offers an artistic exploration of urban sprawl. -- A new Glenn Murcutt opus weighs in at 7 kg. (and only A$1650).

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