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Today's News - January 24, 2007

London Olympics may be very green, but may cost too much gold. -- Chicago unveils its 2016 Olympic plans; Kamin and Nance are (mostly) positive. -- Meanwhile, L.A. touts its Games-ready infrastructure. -- A call to give young Brits a break. -- Details of Louisville's massive Museum Plaza sketched out. -- Las Vegas CityCenter is "one big green machine." -- A more urban suburb evolves outside of Washington. -- New town - old look: Duany brings New Urbanism to Inverness. -- An urban village to rise in otherwise sprawling Houston. -- Cornell raises some questions about Koolhaas's Milstein Hall. -- A new cultural and architectural gem for Bangkok. -- A new contemporary art museum for Zagreb. -- No flattery from Farrelly for the "flat-out race for pretentiousness max" by folks with no taste. -- McGuigan queries Maya Lin: she's no "one-hit wonder." -- A fresh look at Robert Moses: "maybe he doesn't look so bad." -- Call for entries: solutions for disassembly and future use of building materials.

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