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Today's News - Tuesday, April 24, 2007

ArcSpace brings us two projects in Aarhus, Denmark. -- A green city in China is a "dramatic gambit" in urban design that will test whether cities everywhere can get greener as they grow. -- L.A. puts forth "Do Real Planning" plan. -- A 1965 book has King ticking off checklist of how San Francisco has grown - the good and the bad. -- For some, new BBC HQ is not iconic enough. -- 24-story tower next to Tate Modern rejected (again). -- Never mind the self-conscious, trendy street furniture design - is Toronto selling its public realm to a scofflaw? -- Is Ground Zero in for another power struggle? -- So much rejection...there's a better, ore constructive way to say "no." -- Too many hotels in Vegas? Never. -- With new TODs on the boards, Utah commuter rail is finally paying off. -- Heathrow's Terminal 5 is ready, on time and on budget (but, oh, those pesky bean counters). -- AIA + Google Earth = layers of American architecture. -- What the world needs now: Harry Potter theme park. -- 17th century Beijing theater about to bite the dust. -- Even as Gaudí is considered for sainthood, his masterpiece is under threat. -- Call for entries: 1st Annual R+D Awards. -- Winners all: U.K. Building Awards and AIA San Francisco Design Awards.

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