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Today's News - Wednesday, September 19, 2007

A serious effort underway to make cities more livable for kids. -- Fireworks galore re: Chicago Children's Museum: for Kamin, it's "much more than an entertaining political spectacle"; and the politics get more than a bit nasty. -- Honky-tonk Coney Island could be a model of sustainable development (if all the players can play nice). -- How could we resist images and video of China's National Grand Theater? -- Polshek + media buildings x 3 = communication. -- The starchitects came out for France's new architecture museum (would've been nice if they'd mentioned who designed $114 million project). -- Bernstein waxes poetic about the loss of Starck's "miracle on 44th Street." -- Nobel's list of favorite architects (a list of one). -- CABE's Building for Life winners (would that they were the norm rather than the exception). -- Jozi Style winners to design a Johannesburg housing estate with Joburg style. -- Mayne hands over his big Zumtobel prize for sustainable design to Global Green. -- Ada Louise Huxtable on criticism, inspiration, and using her thumbs. -- Kroloff on Cranbrook. -- A new book details the suburbanization of America's military bases where "conformity, consumption and golf dominate the lives of troops overseas." -- Hadid's sculptural experiment at Royal Festival Hall.

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