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Today's News - Friday, October 12, 2007

We lose the master of the Metabolism Movement. -- Will proposals for Hudson Yards be the same-old same old, or save NYC "from global obsolescence"? -- Green architects are "breathing new life into the most ungreen of building types." -- Hume takes on the Moses/Jacobs conundrum. -- Boddy is hopeful but doubtful re: Vancouver's EcoDensity plans. -- An in-depth look at community-level planning re: Columbia University's expansion plan. -- Kaplan finds lessons to be learned from "Park(ing) Day L.A." and the potential of public spaces. -- On "environmental utopia" and "downtrodden Brits often look enviously at Scandinavian countries." -- Check out Foster's U2 tower plan for Dublin. -- A $5 billion MGM Grand headed for Atlantic City. -- University of Toronto shows off three finalists for law school expansion. -- U.K.'s 2007 Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award winner. -- Chicagoans picks their favorite in Partners in Preservation contest. -- Sinclair talks to Wired. -- Hawthorne finds Shulman show "a revelation." -- Lots to do at Open House Dublin. -- Dott 07 Festival hopes to inspire. -- Is this for real: a "Tower of Invincibility" headed for D.C.? -- Being cat people, we couldn't pass up high-design for feline furniture.

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