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Today's News - Friday, July 20, 2007

Vienna is bursting at the seams, but not all are pleased with development plans (even a "spectacular apartment complex" by Hadid is "famously devoid of tenants"). -- Are London's towering plans wrecking the skyline? -- Design teams picked for Battersea Power Station and British Museum. -- Ditto for the Dunfermline Museum in Scotland. -- Will Baltimore's Inner Harbor seriously consider giving up its ship? -- Only in L.A.: a green gas station and "trash-as-animals." -- Q&A with Ken Yeang. -- Jiricna reminiscences. -- An anonymous developer (there's an oxymoron!) saves a Sioux City treasure from becoming a parking lot. -- Big bucks for historic preservation Chicago-style. -- Call for entries: Design in Glass Awards. -- Weekend diversions: Ouroussoff finds "Lost Vanguard" at MoMA "a touching, sometimes melancholy portrayal" of Russian Modernist architecture. -- "The Lost Vanguard" photographer Pare is "both poet and mourner. -- An exhibition in New Orleans explores "Regional Modernism" and the dilemma of whether to save or demolish. -- Eyal Weizman's "Hollow Land" is "one of the most original books on Israel to appear in years." -- A new book pays tribute to leisure architect Wayne McAllister and the "Googie School."

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