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Today's News - Thursday, August 23, 2007

Successful social housing needs more than the high aspirations of architects. -- Manhattan's cultural super--block made more user--friendly. -- Pearman's high praise for Serpentine Pavilion. -- L.A.'s Frogtown the next new frontier. -- NYC is "finally waking up to glass" (go figure). -- Coming out of the shadow of OMA. -- Historic Minneapolis grain elevator goes condo and green (and good for affordable housing). -- A warehouse project in the Philippines leads to big things. -- A new journal examines architecture through the lens of race. -- Pearman purrs over re--issue of Hermann Muthesius' "The English House." -- Saarinen's Gateway Arch is star of new documentary. -- University of Toledo celebrates Gehry (before he was a star).

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