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Today's News - January 18, 2007

A new New Urbanist village in Ohio that "looks as if it were built before World War II" (with 9 design styles to choose from). -- L.A.'s Century City to be a green "urban experiment (cars not included!). -- Vancouver's zoning policy is working so well there's not enough space to work. -- Istanbul's changing skyline: is it really a good thing? -- The sign on the door says "Foster Maki Rogers." -- Boddy gives Seattle's new sculpture park "five gold rings for this Olympian bit of city-building." -- Hume sees Seattle park lessons for Toronto, and offers a take on Toronto's lakefront master plan. -- Some are still fuming over Isozaki's Uffizi makeover. -- Debate heats up about what to do with burned hulk of Sullivan church in Chicago. -- New SFMOMA curator has plans to take on urban issues. -- Russell offers a star-studded preview of the New Year. -- Gehry in Utah will "raise consciousness to see there's life beyond the shopping mall." -- New USC arena sends mixed messages. -- Auburn picks team for new arena (but some think money could be better spent). -- Harvard GSD raises landscape architect's hackles. -- A young Prague firm making big impressions. -- Kahn's "family through choice" revisit his past in Estonia.

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