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Today's News - January 11, 2007

Cultural institutions (slowly) jumping onto the green bandwagon. -- Dublin's city planner has big plans to "address the challenge of the sprawl...in a sustainable and well-designed way." -- New building "touted as the first truly green building" in New Zealand. -- Timeline for a New Jersey transit village (watch out for those guarantees). -- New Orleans being "ravaged by another flood - that of demolitions." -- Rogers puts project on ice; now council on the hunt to bring "another high profile architect on board." -- Q&A with Adrian Smith: lessons learned at SOM, sustainability, and future plans. -- An entertaining tower for Miami's entertainment district. -- Dubai's iPad (this time with image). -- Geodesic domes gaining suburban caché. -- Tender loving care for "Fish Church." -- Call for entries: 2006 MASterwork Awards. -- A new web portal to "better understand the relationship between people and the environment." -- Rybczynski on America's latest status symbol. -- "Experience" designers and urban planners: 2 of the 10 hottest jobs in 2007.

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