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Today's News - February 14, 2007

Grand Avenue passes go. -- A peach of a plan for Atlanta's Peachtree Street. -- Plan to slow sprawl in an Alabama county will reward developers with a new urbanist bent. -- Dublin in danger of L.A.-like sprawl. -- Shanghai's struggle to be a livable city. -- Duany hot for light rail in Newburgh, NY, waterfront plans. -- Innovative infill in Toronto. -- A call to keep Ohr-O'Keefe Museum where it is in Gehry's "fanciful architecture." -- Design for London challenges 6 young guns. -- Blackpool's Peoples Park will be an "incredible surreal dunescape." -- Four compete to design a "charm bracelet" of culture for Pittsburgh's North Side. -- Singapore wants its own Louvre; will launch international competition shortly (we'll keep an eye on this). -- Caro revisits Moses. -- A new book about the sad state of British housing estates is a "myopic view of architecture" that invests it "with more power than it possesses on its own to transform society." -- Save the Earth and win $25 million.

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