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Today's News - January 10, 2007

Dyckhoff proposes a "Carbuncle Cup" for architecture "so hideous that it could curdle milk." -- A cautionary tale: Canadian flavor sapped out of China's Maple Town (palm trees anyone?). -- Green building renovations starting to take root. -- Rome juggles between its past and future. -- Another troubled stadium, this time in New Zealand, but heading for a happy ending (they hope). -- Inaugural IIDA/Metropolis Smart Environments Award winners are "kind to their occupants and the earth equally, in addition to being beautiful." -- Rockwell's playground revolution. -- Big plans for a casino complex in "small" Bethlehem, PA, to include a lotta culture. -- An amusing analysis of Tom Wolfe's attack on the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission ("I'm not even really a preservationist"). -- Kamin offers Chicago architecture news and forecast. -- King as a "rambling rube" waxes ever so poetic about winter light on San Francisco's architecture (even the bad stuff looks good). -- Hugh Ferriss' iconic Chrysler Building print goes on the block.

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