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Today's News - Thursday, May 24, 2007

New towers for Dubai don't twist or rotate: Hadid makes hers "float." -- Urban planners are enthusiastic about regeneration plans for a Caracas boulevard. -- There's no master plan for Lansing's riverfront, but city planner doesn't see the need: "There was no master plan for baseball, and baseball was a smashing success" (huh?). -- New Zealand city has big plans for cultural center: "somewhere iconic to take visitors." -- Norwich, U.K., picks the best of its new buildings. -- NYC's Union Square not getting very square deals when it comes to architecture. -- Rescuing General Motors 5th Avenue plaza, formerly a "modernist monstrosity." -- A growing coterie struggling to save modernist domestic architecture from the wrecking ball. -- Yours for $3.5 million (if you'll protect it): Richard Neutra's last commercial building. -- How could we resist a review of the Creation Museum: "a vivid introduction to the sheer weirdness and daring..." -- Fisher x 2: picked to design Palos Verdes Art Center (wherever it will be); and adds Rome Prize to trophy shelf. -- Glancey gazes on "giant mechanical plant" - "a piece of happy public theatre" and "a triumph of sustainable urban design." -- Sinclair has advice for designers who want to respond to humanitarian crises. -- Atlanta designer to coordinate design competition for presidential memorial project. -- Graves wows them in Louisville: what he fears most is the "glass towers that go nowhere." -- European "movers and shapers" who stormed ICFF. -- Van Alen announces New York Prize Fellows.

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