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Today's News - Friday, June 29, 2007

Part 2 of Ed Blakely's discussion about recovery process in New Orleans. -- Galveston has big development plans (never mind reports by those pesky geologists). -- Big plans for Edinburgh's Old Town approved. -- U.K.'s Media City moves ahead (with new players). -- High hopes to transform Tysons Corner from "an office park on steroids" to a livable community (and the controversial elevated rail line? just a "distraction"). -- A Brooklyn school yard offers an affordable model for reclaiming urban community space. -- The future of L.A.'s Pershing Square debated (don't let architects design it). -- Boddy on the future of Vancouver housing: "on the cusp of a radical realignment" with a silver lining -- "design matters." -- Lots of luscious pictures of Asymptote's first Manhattan project. -- Chicago Spire just about to break ground (so much for the skeptics). -- Copy-cat law gaining ground. -- The Pompidou Centre 30 years later: has its original spirit has survived? -- And Pearman finds Rogers in reminiscent mood. -- An in-depth look at Zaha's saga in Rome. -- On view: a Rudofsky retrospective at CCA. -- Parking's place in our sense of utopia.

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