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Today's News - Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Fixing Toronto: some creative ideas from creative minds - that wouldn't break the bank. -- The Tokyo way: "try stuff, trash it, then try something else." -- A California city has a New Age plan to remake itself (energy vortexes and new logo included). -- Campbell Soup offers Camden, NJ, a plan to transform - with one nagging caveat. -- Plans for what could be San Francisco's tallest skyscraper due soon but missing detail: the actual height (and Calatrava drops out of the running). -- Meanwhile, look who wants to win bid to design the city's bus shelters. -- Rotterdam's year of architecture includes a website of 40 of the city's most interesting buildings. -- It's a Holl-ish day: McGuigan marvels at Holl's subtlety - and the trend of museums expanding underground. -- Another take on Nelson-Atkins: not crazy about the outside, but "a wonderful place to experience great art" on the inside. -- An image-filled look at Holl's "inventive structures with a geeky alter ego." -- The Australian firm "threw safety and convention out the window" to become a "star on show" at Beijing Olympics. -- Adding light to the lollipops at 2 Columbus Circle. -- Light is a pivotal feature in the "most expensive church in U.S. history." -- The new hybrids of movie theater design. -- The Palestinian Israeli architect who has the rare opportunity to design public spaces. -- A reason to head to Montreal: Eisenman and Koolhaas in conversation. -- Some surprises among winners of Gateway National Park competition. -- London's Olympic logo unveiled: an edgy symbol or artistic flop? -- One we couldn't resist (couldn't find who architect is, either): India's richest man builds £500m, 60-story home in Mumbai...is this the "dawn of new vulgarity?"

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