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Today's News - Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Readers weigh in on San Francisco's Transbay tower plans (and King answers back). -- Forget Beijing's "bird's nest" and "water cube"; some of the best architectural thrills will be in hotel rooms. -- Design for new Cleveland State University student center is "a nuanced and fluent interpretation of Modernism, filled with wit and dynamism." -- Goldberger weighs in on the "retro opulence" of Stern's 15 Central Park West. -- Liverpool's International Slavery Museum opens tomorrow. -- A reposte to Paroissien's op-ed re: plans for National Gallery of Australia. -- Architects for new New Zealand arts center taking a chance. -- Sioux Falls could "easily outdistance N.Y., Paris"(???). -- An interesting take on the corporate legacies of Seifert and Foster. -- Q&A with Eyal Weizman on architecture of occupation and why he wrote "Hollow Land." -- Q&A with would-be architect Frank Stella (including the "unseemly cattiness" of architects). -- Efforts to turn New Yorkers into bikers. -- Call for EOI/PPQ: Woolwich Squares International Design Competition. -- Call for nominations: ASCE OPAL Awards, OCEA Award, and more. -- How could we resist: Brad Pitt dons jeans to make big bucks for Farnsworth House. -- The truth about global warming? Blame it on Norwegian moose.

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