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Today's News - Thursday, May 10, 2007

EDITOR'S NOTE: We'll be in travel mode tomorrow; next ANN newsletter posting: Monday, May 14. ----- Calatrava's Chicago Spire gets the go-ahead. -- His Venetian bridge to get a dry run. -- Will new buildings are rising from the rubble of demolished tower blocks face the same fate in 40 years? -- As India's slums become a gold mine for developers, not all are convinced of plans for the poor. -- Urban Age Award for programs that aggressively and imaginatively try to improve city life. -- After 50 years of designing memorials, an architect says "maybe there are enough memorials." -- Sun Valley's new arts center to be "a true community gathering place." -- Canada's growing trend to use architecture to convey "the rich past and transforming future" of aboriginal culture. -- Marino's brand buildings and those that inspire him. -- The NY gallerist turned developer who hopes to attract those with similar art and design interests. -- Berlin's playground for seniors takes its cue from Beijing. -- London 2012 seeks design "flair and innovation" for temporary venues. -- Precedent-setting Charleston Waterfront Park takes 2007 Landmark Award. -- Young Architects Forum winners on view and in person.

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