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Today's News - January 19, 2007

A reappraisal of Robert Moses. -- Seattle's sculpture park is "an affirmation of civilization." -- Hume can only hope that Canada will learn from Sweden. -- Safdie is "seething with anger and a sense of affront" over what was done to his development plan for Jerusalem. -- Meanwhile, you'll "see the soul of a visionary" in a Safdie documentary. -- Glancey on the debate of closeness and detachment between architect and critic. -- In Minneapolis, "a grand act of urban design and renewal." -- A new landmark tower on the horizon for San Diego skyline - maybe. -- The first completed step in Lincoln Center redevelopment is a milestone. -- Brussels brewery reborn as the city's largest contemporary art center. -- L.A. vs. Chicago in 2016: "Give us the Summer Games; Chicago can have the Olympic pie-eating contest." -- A dissolvable dress is "a profound artistic statement about how plastics can be made to be kinder to our polluted planet." -- A "brilliantly written" tome about Mumbai's delectable Art Deco architecture. -- Take a look at (and cast a vote for) finalists in Architecture for Humanity logo competition.

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