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Today's News - March 15, 2007

An in-depth look at the recently-launched Open Architecture Network. -- The (green) renaissance in skyscraper design. -- Neither environmentalists nor developers are happy with new Army Corps wetlands regulations. -- Fairfax County gets with the eco-friendly "Cool Counties" program. -- Ouroussoff is disappointed with Foster's "malling of Moscow." -- And his "skycatcher" design for Dublin hotel still facing objections. -- Contemporary architecture in the Czech Republic not so readily embraced. -- Cleveland Museum of Natural History selects Denverites for expansion. -- Los Angeles County Museum of Art wants to collect architecture - houses included. -- Cutting edge eco-technology under Irish cliffs. -- Huxtable on New York's Moses mania: the city "suffers from planning amnesia." -- A re-run of Lopate's 2002 take on Moses: "What if New York's notorious master builder wasn't such a bad guy after all?" -- A planned bridge in Dresden puts the city's World Heritage Site status in jeopardy. -- King visits Halprin in his new digs with a view. -- International call for applications: Van Alen Institute's New York Prize Fellowships. -- How could we resist: Forbe's list of "tastemakers in architecture" ("not yet household names" - oh, really?!!?).

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