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Today's News - Thursday, July 26, 2007

Museums, museums everywhere: Crocker gets a Gwathmey expansion. -- An in-depth look at MSU's Broad Art Museum presentations and jury comments. -- First look at Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. -- A museum in Germany is one of two Chipperfield's on Stirling shortlist. -- Are the "stately wrecks" of England hopeless "basket cases"? -- Razing Coney Island: not all are pleased. -- Vintage buildings in Phoenix dodge the wrecking ball via moving to new neighborhoods. -- Is L.A. ready for teeny tiny apartments? -- A green light for London tower (slightly shorter). -- Tijuana grows upward - sorry: public not welcome. -- New Florida town proud of - but not pushing - Catholic roots. -- The next green hotel slated for British Columbia. -- Neighbors not happy about green light for green home in Marin County. -- Planned renovation of Toronto synagogue "causing a communal identity crisis." -- Nobel's third installment of his starchitect trilogy: he builds "this kinda tower" and the critics weigh in. -- Call for papers: XXIII UIA World Congress Torino 2008. -- Wright's spirit haunts Taliesin West (great slide show!). -- Paul Revere Williams documentary explores "a legend in architecture" (funded by demolition).

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