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Today's News - December 21, 2006

A grassroots-developed car-free urban community a reality in Germany. -- U.K.'s green belt could be "be full of supermarkets, "sustainable" villages, new runways, windfarms, golf courses and leisure parks" in 20 years or less. -- Depending on which side of the urban development fence, it's either good news or bad news re: approval of Brooklyn's Atlantic Yards mega-project and casinos on Philadelphia's riverfront (Saffron doesn't mince words!). -- The blue grass state sprouting green (though often foregoing LEED certification expense). -- University of Calgary picks a very green master planner. -- A "frenzy of cultural exchanging" between Miami's South Beach and Shanghai. -- Toronto's best new buildings of 2006 (and some that disappoint). -- Australian architects create a "prefab that is a critique of prefab." -- An Oklahoma architect has deep roots. -- An architect resurrects his Modernist masterpiece in New Orleans. -- An architect pilots a new TV show to take the mystery out of architecture.

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