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Today's News - Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Changes in urban demographics and impacts on housing. -- In urban gentrification, winners and losers should not be assumed. -- A thoughtful take on Moses and urban blight. -- A Chicago neighborhood is a "museum of urban flux." -- A San Francisco architect takes his neighborhood to heart. -- Dhaka's urban history being too readily demolished. -- A call to let Rudolph's Boston tower bite the dust so that "a better one might be constructed in its place." -- Tokyo reinvents Roppongi with two very different museums. -- Design for Holocaust center in Maine is "a symbol of life and renewal." -- More towering plans for central St. Petersburg. -- Future Systems bridges Dublin's Docklands. -- An international array of black architects on view in Pittsburgh. -- Rybczynski muses on why it took Rogers so long to win the Pritzker. -- Urban "skyfarming": why it might work (and diagrams to prove it). -- An old missile site in Anchorage transformed into a peaceful park. -- RFQ and calls for entries: a new museum in Prem, Russia; sustainably power a city block; 2nd annual Ed Bacon Foundation student design competition.

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