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Today's News - Monday, June 4, 2007

ArcSpace takes us to Tokyo, Istanbul, and Dubai. -- Heathcote on why Rogers' Pritzker is long overdue and his "parallel career as design's most vocal - often only - political champion." -- Meanwhile, looks like RIBA wants to know British architects' political leanings. -- Libeskind's ROM opened this weekend: Hume looks at the bigger picture. -- Rochon is riled that it "rages at the world." -- On the other hand, others find its wild exterior belies a calm interior. -- Speaking of crystalline: Johnson's Glass House ready for its close-up and ready to launch lobby to preserve modern architecture everywhere. -- Was his architecture "gay?" -- Meanwhile, a last-ditch effort to save a "wonder of Miami Modern" (where are the barges when you need one?). -- What makes cities successful? -- One answer (and wanted): a dedicated city architect, as Dublin City Architect retires. -- Big plans to revive an Atlanta neighborhood. -- Move over L.A.: a museum in Long Beach "has put on its glass slipper and is finally ready for the ball." -- Ouroussoff hits the high notes for "the best buildings you'll ever hear." -- Hawthorne finds the mix of "Crate & Barrel modernism and Texas overkill" an improvement over the typical multiplex. -- A Czech architect minces no words over the sad state of (most) architecture in his country. -- A mere $10 million will get you an Erickson masterpiece. -- Call for entries: Holcim Awards (with a $2 million purse).

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