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Today's News - March 28, 2007

CNU announces 2007 Charter Awards winners. -- Glazer on Modernism and an Art Deco wall: "…architects don't even think anymore, as they once did, of how to build a better city..." -- Museum, museums everywhere. -- Calatrava's Chicago Spire is "dramatically better," but will it really be built? -- Hawthorne finds changes in Piano's LACMA design "surprising, or at least resistant to quick analysis." -- Billion dollar Calgary towers will be "geological metaphor for the Rocky Mountains." -- Architects of proposed mega-mosque in London are unfazed by the controversy. -- High-octane design for California gas stations (maybe it will catch on?). -- Pearman finds a suburban cemetery a bit urbanistic (in a good way). -- Dubai gets into recycling construction debris (no shortage expected any time soon). -- Call for Presentations: 2007 Design-Build Conference. -- New York Transit Museum shows off its architectural history.

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