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Today's News - March 21, 2007

The green line between Chicago and San Francisco a model for other cities (if it gets beyond demonstration projects). -- A look at the future of L.A.'s new urbanist community that was new urbanism long before it was an "ism." -- Japanese architects lead the way in small spaces for urban density. -- Hawthorne finds Mayne's federal building a "measuring stick" that dramatizes the "clash between architectural creativity and the basics of sustainable design." -- A call to "one of the great errors in the history of American city planning: the post-war binge of urban freeway building" (and where they're doing it). -- Grand Canyon Skywalk opens - but will it really help an impoverished tribe and stand (literally) the test of time? -- An impressive team for 2007 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. -- An enlightening Q&A with Martha Schwartz (remember her Harvard too-doo?). -- Seidler still making his mark. -- Call for papers: Nexus 2008 conference for architecture and mathematics. -- New books: a penetrating study of Kahn; and NorCalMod finally gets its due.

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