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Today's News - March 9, 2007

Toronto picks "elegant" design for Nathan Phillips Square. -- Lots of ideas for Philadelphia's waterfront; now, just add politicians inspiring civic vision and stir. -- There's "deep nostalgia for the lost flower-power Sydney" as the city hires Gehl (again) to tell it what it already knows. -- Global warming is changing the sports world with "surprising and innovative ideas." -- Inside San Francisco's Federal Building: a "unique combination of crackpot environmentalism and elaborate ugliness" (ouch!). -- For Glancey, the new Wembley Stadium is "a Colosseum for our times" - and worth the wait. -- Gehry gets to finish the Weisman Art Museum. -- A new condo building that matches the "cultural vibrancy" of Toronto's Little Italy. -- Musings on Prague's colorful "octopus" of a library. -- Towering plans to remake London's East Croydon station. -- London goes electronic with eTendering for Olympic bids. -- Architecture for Humanity's Open Architecture Network launches beta site. -- Construction trends: "Hold on to your (hard) hats lads, the women are coming." -- ThermaSteel construction is ready for its close-up. -- "Leave no child inside": a growing movement to reconnect children to the natural world. -- A new book looks at new libraries, from a "crystal speedboat" to a big "red enchilada." ----- EDITOR'S NOTE: Clocks in the U.S. spring ahead one hour this weekend (3 weeks early -- a mini-Y2K for Blackberries everywhere?).

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