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Today's News - Thursday, October 18, 2007

Newark on course for a major rebound after decades of decline. -- Litt has high hopes for Cleveland's first urban project to be designed by "star-quality architects." -- Landscape architecture students team with Wisconsin's American Indian tribes to bring "affordable" and "green" a little closer together. -- BMW Welt megastore opens in Munich (not much text, but lots of pix!). -- Nobel's reappraisal of Kahn: he's "reminded that works of architecture realized in honest concert with gravity cannot be matched by any Disney Hall." -- Fatima's new church accommodates huge throngs. -- Perhaps it will be a hot topic at Yale's "What Makes a Space Sacred?" conference next week. -- Another performing arts center for L.A. almost ready for its close-up. -- Hume ruminates on the three shortlisted designs for University of Toronto law school. -- Jacobs digs deep into the sad state of America's infrastructure. -- A special report on office interiors (lots of eye candy). -- Some familiar names nominated for Prince Philip Designers Prize. -- Alsop's "most audacious career move to date." -- Czech architect has a golden touch in restoring Prague's cityscape. -- Top 10 from London Design Festival. -- Call for entries: 3rd Urban Revision competition: Re:Store; and 2008 Dulux Colour Awards. -- Deadline reminder: City of the Future deadline looms. -- How could we resist: world's first toilet house will be in Korea (only $50,000/night!).

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