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Today's News - January 9, 2007

Mayors take on the impact of politics on urban design and development. -- A rival scheme for Hove (though they're not totally anti-Gehry). -- "Rudolph mania" stirs feuds. -- Green building soon to be required in York, U.K., and "no longer a fringe concept" in a California county. -- Tate Britain taps Caruso St. John. -- It's full steam ahead for San Diego museum expansion. -- An old St. Petersburg warehouse strikes the right note for new concert hall. -- A glass-and-steel up-and-comer rises in L.A.'s Century City. -- A $4 billion building boom in Philadelphia brings a new breed of hospital. -- Aesthetics need not take the back seat in parking garage design. -- Some amusing strategies for living in MIT's sponge. -- Glancey's pick of five buildings with free access, "each of them a particular delight." -- Fay Jones as artist on view in Oregon. -- Another take on "The Eighth Wonder of the World" about "Mussolini's vanity, buffoonery...and bombastic architectural ambition." -- Interesting list of Top 100 most influential figures in American history.

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