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Today's News - Wednesday, April 18, 2007

An architect's vision to span the Hudson River would be a gathering place like no other. -- St. Louis revamps its 1947 land use plan to help reverse quality of life indicators pointing in the wrong direction. -- An attempt to keep Armenia's architectural heritage from being lost in translation. -- Glaney puts out a call to save William Morris Gallery from politicians who "have little idea who Morris is, or why he matters." -- An architecture center for Iran. -- Gehry's Grand Avenue plan sparks fewer fireworks than Atlantic Yards (but that doesn't mean everyone is pleased). -- Forget condos - hotels are hot in Lower Manhattan. -- Pittsburgh (as elsewhere) has much to learn from Gritty Brits. -- A San Francisco community center will "take the "dis" out of disability." -- Abe's Megahouse envisions future cities that creatively deal with aging populations. -- U.K.'s first zero-carbon home almost ready for its close-up. -- Q&A with Paul Hawken re: the history of the environmental movement and how designers are playing a pivotal role in its evolution. -- Q&A with Robert Redford re: "The Green" on Sundance channel. -- An "eclectic collection of advocates" aim to put play back into playgrounds. -- A long time coming, the Met Museum's Greek and Roman galleries are ready to shine. -- Rybczynski takes on the history of the home. -- One we couldn't resist: happiness ratings in Europe: grumpy Brits and joyful Danes.

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