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Today's News - March 14, 2007

Blueprint for New Orleans may not be perfect, but an "overhaul" before moving on isn't right either. -- Baton Rouge benefits from Katrina with wave of new mixed-use developments. -- Nobel finds new quasi-urban shopping centers can be "little training grounds" in building civic health. -- Finding the errors in Kotkin's attacks on new urbanism and smart growth. -- American Public Transportation Association report says public transit systems are a hot ticket and cities are trying to make them better. -- On the other hand, despite the "usual scolds -- environmentalists, urban "planners," enthusiasts for public transit," there's a call for more roads. -- On environmental professionals, economic security, social justice, and sustainability. -- Shortlist for Olympic Park public walkways. -- Ouroussoff in San Francisco: Mayne's federal building is "mesmerizing" and "magical." -- Holl's "magic lanterns" in Kansas City. -- A new school in Shanghai will be a small, green "town for children." -- Another take on Calatrava's tower talk. -- Jan Utzon muses on his return to Sydney. -- Rybczynski's amusing take on American's 150 favorites. -- For Jacobs, Robert Moses is still alive.

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