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Today's News - Friday, October 5, 2007

EDITOR's NOTE: A short news day…in travel mode and the technology gods are not happy. ANN may or may not appear in your mailbox Monday and Tuesday…but we'll definitely be back on Wednesday, October 10. ----- We lose a German master of museum architecture. -- Glancey picks the best modern architecture around the globe and why the Empire State Building leads the way (though he did omit its architects). -- APA issues 10 each of America's greatest streets and neighborhoods. -- Hopefully, that list will grow as Maurice Cox takes the helm as NEA's Director of Design. -- Kazakhstan is in the midst of creating quite an architectural pedigree. -- "Car-chitecture" comes into its own. -- Historic Scotland chooses "a very 21st-century" addition (it beat pastiche). -- Goethe would be pleased with the restoration of Weimar's historic Anna Amalia Library. -- The battle heats up over Neutra's Cyclorama at Gettysburg. -- A new book celebrates the architectural legacy of the city's forgotten early masters. -- In NYC, a temporary installation will illuminate the stories of Roosevelt Island's 19th-century East River nights. - Plans to add a roof zoo "to put pizzazz into Harrods." -- Another installment of the Architectural League's Young Architects 2007. -- Pearman on a British designer whose heroes are Steve Jobs and Ben & Jerry is ready to take on the Moss SoHo crowd of "America's design-conscious elite." -- Call for entries: Benjamin Moore 3rd Annual HUE Awards, and Berkeley Prize 2007 International Essay Competition. -- How could we resist (we've had to bump this for weeks): Beethoven's hair turned into £500k diamond to help kids.

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