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Today's News - Monday, June 25, 2007

ArcSpace takes us to Qatar, Argentina, and NYC. -- Litt lights into the bitter debate over the fate of Cleveland's Breuer tower. -- A call for ideas: What Would you do with the Breuer Building? -- A response to last week's dismal view of Thames Gateway (Tristram Hunt's "Sold down the river"). -- An elevated rail line over Tyson's Corner is a looming mistake. -- Rhode Island is slow on the uptake of green building (but there's hope). -- Hume calls for a waterfront champion, and finds hope in new Irish famine memorial. -- In desperate need of urban planners, Spartanburg, SC, offers free design consultations to developers. -- Tacoma reinvents public housing. -- King finds some of San Francisco's most progressive buildings are affordable housing. -- Campbell coos over the "inventive architecture" of a Boston condo (and a developer who's into making great buildings, not just money machines). -- Kennicott is more than cautionary about three National Mall projects. -- After a decade, the Millennium Dome finally works (with a little ice-cream-and-Egyptianate thrown in). -- No planning permit in place for Gaudi's cathedral, but so what - why not tear down the neighborhood and build his plaza project while we're at it. -- Australia is proud host to RIBA's Lubetkin Prize for the most outstanding new building outside the EU. -- London's Design Museum prepares for Hadid, "a gruff, laughing, scowling, very loud and exotic earth mother in a hard hat." -- Winners all: From Fiji to Philadelphia in Building A Sustainable World: Life in the Balance competition. -- Young and old take inaugural Jane Jacobs Medal for innovative urban thinking.

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