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Today's News - Friday, July 27, 2007

Studies make a strong case linking decent, affordable housing to good health and education. -- A decidedly British accent in today's news: Stirling Prize: Glancey calls it "just a glorified game show." -- For Chipperfield, shortlisted projects show Britain is risk-averse. -- And a virtual tour of the shortlist. -- Yet another shortlist: this one for Liverpool's tallest tower. -- Quartermile: a radical new look for old Edinburgh. -- Titanium replacing tile on roofs of Japanese temples have preservationists hitting the ceiling. -- Jobs in the green market a growing phenomenon. -- Shopping sprees: U.K.'s Capita Symonds gobbling up firms to become Capita Architecture. -- RTKL learns all about ire salamanders. -- Municipal Art Society's Barwick steps down; search is on for new president. -- "Urban Meltdown" looks at why we keep making the same mistakes in urban development when we should know better by now. -- It's Friday...how could we resist a portfolio of fantasy architecture?

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