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Today's News - February 16, 2007

Seattle mayor is hopeful as "more than 400 US mayors are committed to curbing emissions - something the White House has so far refused to do." -- Unused oil equipment on the Gulf Coast set to be recycled into the first U.S. offshore wind farm. -- The Russian "paper architect" gets his first building on Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi. -- Young Scottish firm wins in Ireland. -- Saffron is mostly pleased with "dignified design" for new museum bordering Philadelphia's Independence Mall -- except that it's lacking a door facing the mall. -- A new tower for a "dismal little parking lot" in the heart of Toronto; too bad city fathers still suffer fear of heights and shadows. -- As Canada's Heritage Day approaches, Boddy bemoans a disconnect between sustainability experts and preservationists. -- Foster + Partners massive expansion plan: what will it mean for the man and the firm? -- Call for entries: London 2012 launches competition for cycling venue. -- Goldhagen finds "the sprawling, glittering disaster that is "Skin + Bones" is an important exhibition waiting to be curated." "'Skin + Bones' is an important exhibition waiting to be curated" (though she also says it's "a lovely show").

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