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Today's News - March 2, 2007

In case you missed it live last week, catch the 2010 Imperative Global Teach In web cast. -- Hamburg's big plans for its old harbor (they're looking for architects, too). -- Colossal plans for Liverpool's derelict Central Docks: "a Manhattan-style mini-city of skyscrapers" (images to be released next week -- maybe even name of architect(s)?). -- The next big thing in New Urbanism: a place for McMansions(?). -- A walkability study finds one "key is to have somewhere to walk to and to have an environment that isn't horrible." -- Saffron fears Philly convention center expansion could be "the creature that eats Center City." -- After giving up Rapson's Guthrie, Minneapolis vows to save his library. -- Herzog just a bit cantankerous, but it looks like H&deM luck in the U.K. is changing for the better. -- A Toronto firm is "feeding China's thirst for something fresh." -- An amusing review of RIBA's Valentine's Day speed-dating fest. -- A video tour of Sydney's ugly buildings.

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