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Today's News - Thursday, October 11, 2007

Berlin's creative class has the city "poised for a boom." -- Russell hopes there's a happy ending for Penn Station, but that's not what we'll see in forthcoming bare-bones "scoping document." -- Dyckhoff finds Manchester's new courthouse "a beaut" - Aussie style. -- Pearman purrs over London's transformed train station. -- Perkins + Will acquires Guenther 5. -- A Turkish team hopes to set a precedent for historic venues in Istanbul. -- An architect from Bath offers alternative plan for Holburne Museum extension. -- Crosbie brings home lessons from Paris about how to create great open spaces. -- Perhaps he can take them to conference that will explore L.A.'s public space issues. -- Bernstein explores a restored Stone. -- An L.A. architect's home is truly offbeat and on the edge (with pix to prove it). -- An NYC architect makes the most of a limited view. -- Call for entries: SudapŠn Endless(s)trips international competition (no fee, cash prizes). -- Appreciating modern design allows for a healthy dose of disapproval. -- "Birth of the Cool" is a "compact, eloquent show" of "inevitable fun." -- We might be in big trouble for using the "O" word and maybe even "2012" (they're not kidding!).


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