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Today's News - Monday, September 24, 2007

Race + architecture: Prasad and Adjaye weigh in (it's not just a British issue); and controversy bubbles up re: Martin Luther King memorial. -- Hume re: Calgary: "...not just another overgrown North American suburb wrapped around a decaying historic core." -- Ouroussoff minces no words re: Barnes Foundation's "secrecy" and "paranoia," assuming that "the less the public knows, the better." -- Moscow's Melnikov House: that it's still standing is a marvel. -- Campbell gives thumbs-up to "bright young architects" and their visions to save Boston City Hall. -- Kamin on a Chicago campus that "strives to restore the urban planning norms that its predecessor shattered." -- A call to color all new schools green. -- A new L.A. school that even teens will love. -- Davidson's back(!) with his take on 40 Bond: what it "lacks in iron, it makes up for in irony." -- Foster finds inspiration in Gaudí for Barcelona's Nou Camp facelift. -- van Egeraat envisions a $6 billion+ luxury island shaped like Russia heading for the Black Sea. -- Grimshaw's first foray into Russia. -- First glimpse of 2012 Athletes' Village. -- Musings on the 11-mile blue fence surrounding the 2012 Olympics site: it "may act as an inspiration to other cities, or as a warning." -- A $300 million casino-resort headed for the Northern Mariana Islands. -- Call for entries: $100,000 in prizes in Deutsche Bank/Urban Age Award for project in Mumbai.

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