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Today's News - Friday, May 25, 2007

EDITOR'S NOTE: Monday is Memorial Day holiday (U.S.) - we'll be back Tuesday, May 29. ----- A look at the Chinese government's "ambiguous relationship with ancient buildings." -- A case of "architectural euthanasia" in Toronto is indicative of why the city can't achieve "the greatness it craves," says Hume. -- Dusting off ROM's shelved high-rise plans "could be turned into Toronto's first important discussion of the role of tall residential buildings in the urban fabric." -- Austin's natural history museum opts for parking over trees (with assurances that they'll be replanted). -- Fearing that Olympic plans have been "dumbed down," FOA pulls out of master planning team. -- What is effective urban planning? -- Siting new Harrisburg courthouse: make it peripheral or downtown development catalyst? -- An international team has big plans for harbor front in Aarhus, Denmark. -- Shortlist for Austin Children's Museum named (and not a local among 'em). -- Hadid's "wonder of Dubai" (this time with lotsa pix). -- Rem vs. Norman in UAE: whose square came first? -- Meanwhile, Spain adds a Foster to its "image-obsessed wine producing industry.". -- Superadobes may be answer for lunar colonies (no shortage of dirt). -- Historic cemeteries digging up unusual ideas to pay for their upkeep. -- Gulbenkian Prize: surprise victory for a small gallery. -- Weekend diversions: Grand Central the perfect venue for "Celluloid Skyline: New York and the Movies." -- Doors Open Toronto has a new green conscience. -- If you missed it in Venice, "Singapore Built & Unbuilt" on view in Singapore. -- Fujimori and his dandelions in Tokyo.

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