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Today's News - Thursday, August 30, 2007

EDITOR'S NOTE: In honor of Labor Day (U.S.), we're taking a break from our labors...we'll be back Tuesday, September 4. ----- Conclusion from a Smart Growth Summit Baton Rouge: "It might not require a New Urbanist village to raise a child, but it really helps." -- A Kenyan architect comes up with a "community cooker" that can get rid of more than just garbage. -- Gehry's Utah development gets the go-head. -- Go-ahead for a South Bank development in London leaves many grumbling. -- Students designing a modern, energy efficient neighborhood of affordable homes in Tennessee. -- Decades in coming, Pakistan's National Art Gallery finally opens. -- Chicago's Greek museum might get a new home, tied to "what else? -- sales in a new condominium tower." -- A new center of the arts for Bowling Green. -- Farnsworth House barely escapes a flood, and another mid-century modernist gem in Chicago suburb to open its doors. -- Some familiar names on shortlist for Olympic handball venue. -- A way to hold on to historic treasures: resident curator programs. -- Some not-so-famous spaces in Seattle that "that create a sense of joy." -- What can happen when you order an ivy-covered cottage from your son, the architect. -- Weekend diversions: "Me, Myself and Infrastructure" at the Chicago Architecture Foundation is "sly, sometimes slightly coy and often subtly disturbing." -- Berlin's good social housing is finally getting the recognition it deserves at the Bauhaus Archive/Museum of Design. -- New York landmarks celebrated in London. -- "Looking Forward/Looking Back" the Cooper-Hewitt promotes the notion that design objects are more than decoration. - One we couldn't resist: a call for an "archive for humanity" on the moon.

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