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Today's News - Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Accusations of plagiarism continue to haunt competitions. -- Bono's £100million plan for Dublin still under fire: "a Fosteresque 21st-century rock star bubble." -- £1.5 billion phase 2 of Titanic Quarter in Belfast gets the go-ahead. -- A new TOD in L.A. is "a textbook example of a dilemma Hawthorne calls the "Density Paradox." -- Oh to be an architect: London's Vincent Square "gives a new meaning to the word pastiche." -- Davidson breaks bread with the Libeskinds: he "thinks of himself as a perpetual outsider in the clannish world of contemporary architecture." -- Leaks are the least of the problems at Toronto's ROM. -- EOIs invited for U.K.'s second zero carbon community. -- Restoration of Mies' Tugendhat Villa finally underway. -- A Wright house from Illinois finds its way to Western Pennsylvania. -- Chicago architects have big ideas for striking homes. -- Toronto architects' own homes are the future face of infill housing. -- Australia chooses team for next Venice Biennale. -- At 82, John Portman's "children" line city skylines everywhere. -- EPA's Lifecycle Building Challenge winners are very green. -- A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards are illuminating. -- Two we couldn't resist: perhaps it's time to bring back the Heineken WOBO brick. -- Mapping Mannahatta.

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