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Today's News - Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Walla Walla, Washington wants new ideas for its historic downtown. -- As a South Carolina county prepares for growth, officials band together to end developers' "bully tactics." -- L.A.'s affordable housing policy faces a showdown with developers. -- Civic-design principles should guide Philadelphia's riverfront development. -- New Orleans's Katrina recovery chief offers "a cool mix of realism and fatalism." -- Montreal's plan to clean up its red light district has some seeing red. -- Battle over Neutra's Gettysburg Cyclorama heating up. -- Plans to turn a tiny Swiss town into a world-class resort (complete with sandy beach). -- An architect reimagines and apartment. -- Tribute to an architectural idealist. -- Dubai to host International Design Forum. -- SVA launches Designer as Author podcast series. -- 28 win NZIA Resene New Zealand Award. -- 38 win ASLA 2007 Professional Awards. -- Kurokawa doesn't win Tokyo election. -- SANAA on view in Antwerp.

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