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Today's News - Friday, June 15, 2007

A Forbes special report on 21st-century cities: the good, the bad, and the sad. -- Hawthorne's thoughtful take on the sad state of new U.S. embassies' lack of architectural ambition. -- A conversation with New Orleans's recovery chief Blakely: "the process of rebuilding a devastated physical environment and a shaken economy." -- Ricky Burdett's Olympian task. -- New efforts to close the "gaping disparity" in diversity in the profession. -- Move over Space Needle: towering plans for West Palm Beach skyline. -- Rybczynski weighs in on 5 proposals for NYC's Governors Island. -- Not all are convinced that it's a good idea to build a school next to congested triple highway in Connecticut. -- Things are green and not so green in the U.K. as some developers spend fortunes on courtyards, while others glom on to "garden grabbing." -- Russell is (mostly) thumbs-up for Moneo's Prado wing. -- Saffron on Kieran's "green, clean, and pretty prefab" Loblolly House. -- Scotland offers "101 Uses for a Redundant Church" (some are a bit "quirky"). -- Rykwert not at all pleased with Foster plan to demolish his last surviving building. -- Weekend diversions: as U.K. Architecture Week begins, we couldn't resist an amusing profile of one of its founding patrons (only slightly scatological). -- "Citizen Lambert: Joan of Architecture": a remarkable film about a remarkable woman. -- Two Toronto exhibits focus on Canadian Modernism. -- Young American architects spotlighted at Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt.

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