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Today's News - Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Ouroussoff offers a hopeful take on two visions for New Orleans. -- Mack is back (we miss you!) with her take on the "fleeting opportunity for beauty" for a new I-35W bridge. -- Heathcote on London's "far-out pavilions" and why such a "sudden flowering of mini-architecture." -- A RIBA exhibition has Dyckhoff declaring: "Wake up, Manhattan"; and RIBA's new president promises change. -- That includes RIBA's new role as watchdog. -- Big plans to invigorate Montreal's Viger Station. -- Hume takes on Dubai: the buildings may be taller, but they'll never match the masterpiece that is CN Tower. - Architects take on a last-ditch effort to halt Belfast's Ulster Museum extension plan. -- A sleek art center in the works for San Luis Obispo. -- Yesterday, we ran the story about Tudor mansions in Taipei; today, we found images (oh joy x 2). -- Russell is (mostly) thumbs-up for interior of Boeing's new Dreamliner. -- Kamin's people notes: Somol as new director at UIC architecture school; Lifson as a Loeb Fellow (one of our faves - congrats!). -- "Louis Kahn Dhaka": an eyeful in two volumes (slide show to prove it). -- A Goff house in Oklahoma opens its doors. -- The architect who shaped Upper Fifth Avenue (no, not that one).

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