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Today's News - February 20, 2007

As new planning rules take shape, Hume hopes "the bad old days of endless sprawl are over." -- For Farrelly, Green Cities conference in Sydney should make Australia green with envy. -- London "super-mosque: first approved, now to be rejected "to give the Olympics a clear run." -- Moscow's credo of "restoration by means of demolition" now puts St. Basil's in potential danger. -- Gehry does pro bono in Pasadena. -- Rochon cheers heroic architecture and a "thriller of a building" in the burbs (and a Montreal firm's much-deserved comeback). -- A rising star from Switzerland making his mark in Warsaw. -- He-said-he-said: Jenkins claims London's Regent's Park is being "flogged to the highest bidder"; park's executive says it must "adapt to new uses." -- Gallagher bemoans the Detroit region's loss of architectural "titans" (Birkerts chose Boston). -- NYC-based The Architect's Newspaper launches California edition. -- Call for entries: international student competition to design "Futures of Cities." -- Two new books look at an ongoing experiment to build an urban utopia in India, and an architect conjures the spirit of place.

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