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Today's News - December 19, 2006

Richard Rogers calls upon the social, moral, and political dimensions of architecture. -- Mayne's softer side: "It's called maturity, I guess." -- Tempelhof airport's "fascinating history may not be enough to save it from closure" (or might it become a luxury clinic?). -- Should one of New Orleans's "rare expressions of mid-20th-century modernism" bite the dust for a good cause? -- Big plans for a "cultural cluster" in Tucson. -- An "old lion of architecture" puts his glassiest face in Washington. -- An architectural first: a call to have all of Le Corbusier's work worldwide declared World Heritage Sites. -- An overlooked issue as Atlantic Yards debate comes to a boil: what's with the giant signs, and "why must they even partially obscure the architecture?" -- A dark-sky mover and shaker in NYC wants us all to see stars. -- Planning pitfalls: survey data that trade precision for timeliness. -- Rochon's top picks for 2006: there's only one. -- Retail design creating "modern cathedrals to consumerism" (and the end of fluorescent lighting - a good thing). -- For you last-minute holiday shoppers: books, books, and more books - critics' favorite picks.

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