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Today's News - Wednesday, August 29, 2007

LA Times offers a series of articles exploring New Orleans's "new spirit of innovation" from the ambitious to the avant-garde to the "slightly nutty." -- A look at where Europe's creative class is really going ("London is passť. Berlin has missed the boat."). -- Stern snags Bush library gig (now they need to decide where to put it). -- Three teams shortlisted for Singapore's new National Art Gallery. -- Hawthorne's hilarious take on architects wanting to be more "Rovian." -- King calls for the banishment of the word "icon" from architectural lexicon: "It is so 2002." -- Glancey finds that "common sense married to bursts of uncommon architectural delight" proves "new art galleries do not have to be bombastic to succeed." -- L.A. is no longer the "architectural desert" it once was. -- No matter what you think of the new ROM, Hume says its new plaza "is poised to become a marvelous addition to the public realm." -- A new Florida community will combine smart growth, new urbanism, and green building (so what if it spells Huckleberry incorrectly). -- A look at some architects' dream houses built for themselves. -- A modest California ranch transformed into a Modernist marvel. -- Yale's 40th First Year Building Project ready for its close-up. -- An international conference looks at the power and potential of urban screens. -- 2007 INDEX Awards for innovative projects designed to improve life are amazing. -- We couldn't resist: an ode to construction cranes.


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