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Today's News - Monday, April 23, 2007

Massachusetts expects developers to go green. -- NYC's "Blueprint for a Greener City." -- A German town creates its own energy. -- Do Brits really not believe in climate change, or is it how the message is being delivered? -- Blame it on the middle class who are not the "eco-consumers we all need." -- Take heart: AIA COTE Top 10 Green Projects. -- A new Manhattan - in Tokyo. -- Chicago Spire gets city endorsement, but Kamin wonders, "Will the reality match the promise?" -- Hobart, Australia, should fear mediocre "design police" trying to stymie University of Tasmania project (word today: project approved "so long as the developers redesign the facade."). -- Hume has concern and praise for Toronto condo designs. -- Germany's penchant for rebuilding history: is it kitsch or rebirth of grandeur? -- For Goldberger, Holl's Nelson-Atkins expansion is "one of the best museums of the last generation." -- Glancey "applauds a fair swap" of Brit and Aussie design talent between Melbourne and Manchester. -- Though it's not official yet, the Argus says Make gets the nod to remake Brighton Centre. -- More on that spinning skyscraper in Dubai (this time with lots of pix). -- Chicago's winning Olympic bid had Chinese connections. -- A look at successful husband/wife collaborations that are "changing the traditional definition of architecture partnerships." -- Call for entries: International Sinocities Awards 2007. -- Rome Prize winners announced.

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