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Today's News - Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Where Moses and Jacobs meet is in "the politics of gentrification" but by radically different means. -- A growing complacency about building security issues. -- New Chennai airport will have a decidedly American accent. -- £10bn Birmingham, UK, regeneration plan picks master planner. -- Balmori wins big in Bilbao. -- In San Francisco, there's no shortage of opinions about Transbay and Rincon towers. -- Pearman on a team that's perfecting pre-cycling and recycling. -- Lessons for our future to be found in the fall of ancient Angkor? -- Grassroots groups are doing a better job than agencies for those who want to age in place. -- A heavenly Hudson Valley house. -- Good-bye Highway Gothic: a new face for U.S. road signs. Calls for entries: 2008 Pillars of the Industry Awards for multi-family housing; and new visitor facilities for British nature preserve. -- Books, books, books: Heathcote says ""Hollow Land" should be compulsory reading. -- Two Frank Lloyd Wright tomes definitely worth a summer read. -- What the earth would be without us. -- An examination of how child's play is not so playful anymore. -- Hadid's stage debut (with R-rated video clip).

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