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Today's News - Friday, April 20, 2007

Sunday is Earth Day! -- McDonough issues a call for a "Revolution of Abundance." -- U.K. watchdog savages government's green record. -- But there is a carbon-neutral Liverpool school that is (hopefully) the wave of the future. -- NYC mayor to unveil ambitious and sometimes contentious proposals for the city's future. -- A green museum in Boston almost ready for its close-up. -- How Ottawa can become "swagger-worthy." -- Boddy finds a university neighborhood that could have been divine is not much more than Cowtown "due to some disastrous planning decisions." -- Saffron cheers a Balmond bridge that's "way beyond pedestrian." -- A Camp David for Kazakhstan will be more like "Kaz Vegas." -- A major mall makeover for Glasgow's showpiece Buchanan Galleries. -- Call for entries: Arquitectum 2nd Urban Architecture Competition: a Manhattan museum tower. -- Weekend diversions: "African Cities, A Photographic Survey by David Adjaye" at Harvard. -- More than Jeffersonian design is "Hidden in Plain Sight" in Charlottesville. -- Much of what's on the boards in St. Petersburg, Russia, is not "genuinely interesting design."

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