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Today's News - Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Sometimes architects need to just say no. -- Foster offers the world's first zero-carbon and zero-waste city - in Dubai. -- Britain's most expensive state school (by Foster): playground not included (not all are pleased). -- It's not lonely at the top in world skyscraper race. -- Lack of adventurous architecture in Mission Bay development: this "dreary world comes after years of meticulous planning," bemoans King. -- Ditto UCSF's big building plans (though not all the architects' fault). -- The reinvention of the Newseum. -- EAC HQ in Tanzania will eclipse others "as far architecture, design and style are concerned." -- Diamond + Schmitt does Drexel. -- Congestion pricing in NYC is "the elephant in the room" - but don't count it out. -- Barkow Leibinger take $100,000 Marcus Prize. -- Brooklyn is the most paved-over place in the U.S. -- 2007 Cities Conference on Urban Design coming to NYC. -- Call for entries: 4th Annual International A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards. -- Looptopia: a good reason to visit Chicago! -- "Toronto Pending" looks at megaprojects that never got off the ground. -- Saffron savors a retrospective of the man behind Philadelphia's pocket parks. ----- Editor's note: if you're wondering why ANN is arriving later this week, our dateline is Sedona, Arizona (3 hours behind home base).

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