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Today's News - February 13, 2007

A satisfaction survey shows how important the arts are to small Canadian cities. -- King's offers a reality check re: AIA's Top 150. -- Egos, pathos, and tense spectacle still swirling around Gazprom City. -- Gardner just a bit disappointed with new addition to Manhattan's Museum Mile. -- Germaine Greer doesn't take to libraries that "trumpet cleverness." -- South Miami puts a temporary moratorium on McMansions (not all are pleased). -- Nashville and Elgin, IL, have big riverfront dreams. -- A Delhi "superbly" blends architecture and healthcare. -- Ikea U.S. HQ walks the talk. -- A new Miami condo will be "an organic building shaped by natural forces." -- 12 teams win competition to build energy-efficient healthy demonstration homes across Canada. -- Dyckhoff's take on
Aalto channeled by Ban. -- Q&A with architect and author of "Towards an Ethical Architecture." -- Hume has high praise for the art of architectural rendering. -- Call for entries: a mixed-use trade center in Tehran, and abstracts for international urban design conference.

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