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Today's News - Thursday, July 19, 2007

Good news/bad news day for Modernism: Why we should care about the fate of Modernist masterpieces. -- RFQ to reuse Rudolph's Riverview High School. -- Mies's MLK library is landmarked. -- Ingenuity abounds in ideas to save Breuer tower (sadly, not much hope it will survive). -- Russell is disappointed in WTC5 tower plans (but hopefully not too late to get things right). -- MSU Broad Art Museum shortlist designs unveiled. -- Duke picks Pelli Clarke Pelli. -- Mayne on Yu and more. -- National Design Award winners feted at the White House. -- RAIA awards Melbourne's best abodes. -- An American architect's "eureka moment" in Ireland. -- A socialist's take on Hadid's London show. -- Becker on building Asia brick by brick - in Legos. -- Gardner is fairly entranced by Russian avant-garde on view at MoMA. -- A tribute to the man who rescue France's architectural treasures from the vandalism of 19th-century developers.

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