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Today's News - Tuesday, July 17, 2007

EDITOR'S NOTE: We're shuffling off to Buffalo early this morning (there may -- or may not -- be a newsletter tomorrow). ---------- Glancey finds a housing scheme where design quality and liveability are given proper weight. -- A stellar team for Penn Station. -- Architecture making the British seashore sexy again. -- New life for a Chicago Burnham beauty. -- Manchester's new, "flamboyant" justice center. -- Kahn's FDR memorial back on track - maybe. -- Gehry's fado fantasy to take center stage. -- NYC Art Commission Design Award winners. -- Can there be too much green space? -- Paris takes to bikes. -- Profiles: an eco--architect in Israel, two rising stars in Miami, and one of our favorite critics. -- On view: Hadid in London show (no twiddling of thumbs). -- CCA gives Rudofsky his due. -- A tribute to Pugin. -- Move over Pitt: DiCaprio goes green for Eco--Town.

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