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Today's News - January 2, 2007

Here's to a healthy, prosperous, and more peaceful New Year for us all! ----- It's off to a running start with CABE's Festive Five Awards to the "pace-setters for 2007." -- Towering futures with "a renaissance in British high-rise architecture." -- In Edinburgh, "making skylines is an art that's rather been lost." -- King takes on towering plans in San Francisco. -- A look at what was and what could be the best and the worst in London, Detroit, Toronto, and Miami. -- Proposed smart growth fixes to stem suburban sprawl in Miami-Dade County come under fire. -- Will Chicago's Landmark Commission set a precedent that would make "façadectomies" a whole lot easier? -- In Washington, DC, the "compulsion to gum up memorials with unnecessary kiosks, shops and museums only gets worse." -- Boston's ICA is a "sexy new building" that "will remind its owners of their own self-imposed limits on edginess." -- Restored Yale gallery is "a work of cultural courage." -- Two thumbs-up's for Holl projects. -- A "relatively dark" (but not all that dark) conversation with Frank Gehry.

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