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Today's News - Thursday, August 2, 2007

An in-depth look at Abu Dhabi's cultural strategies and the backlash against Saadiyat Island "has startled even the skeptics." -- Q&A with Krens re: his Abu Dhabi adventure. -- Hadid to bring her "style and finesse" to Melbourne's Docklands (but not all are pleased). -- Shortlist for museum in Perm, Russia includes the usual suspects and a "lively selection of Russian architects" (but do they stand a chance?). -- FOA's design for museum in Cleveland under wraps until feasibility study figures out how much money needs to be raised. -- Foster wins world's first space terminal in New Mexico. -- But will Spaceport America threaten an already endangered historic place? -- Warnings re: tall buildings: where is disaster planning and preparedness information? -- Some smaller residential buildings that matter architecturally deserve more attention. -- Architecture for Humanity steps up to the plate in Biloxi. -- It's "Habitat For Hypocrisy" re: affordable housing in Marin County. -- Melbourne's Council House 2 "sets radical new standards for sustainability." -- Alsop's "Cloud" headed to Toronto? (tune in next week.) -- A Boston architect "interested in public space, not public notice." -- Houston grants protection to historic neighborhood. -- Is the environmental movement losing touch with its feminine side? -- A Philippine resort resorts to green. - Dublin Docklands to get a Gormley (if they can find folks who can build it).

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