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Today's News - Friday, October 26, 2007

U.N. report: earth is reaching the point of no return (a bleak assessment, indeed). -- Ireland and a Montreal borough mayor hope to make a difference. -- Prague's National Library gets a team of experts to decide where to put "the blob." -- Kaplicky insists his "octopus" will be built. -- Hume fumes over new Toronto waterfront complex: it's "vast and obnoxious, misplaced and inappropriate." -- For new Minneapolis bridge, a ho-hum reaction: "underwhelming." -- No more billboards with Libeskind's "bemused face" in Sacramento. -- Saffron minces no words when it comes to Philadelphia's "ugliest new condo." -- As for the theater inside: "like discovering a fabulous chocolate truffle inside a stale pastry shell." -- It seems that if you have a Dutch firm on your team, you can win big in London. -- Williams and Tsien are the "hot new architects who design without ego." -- Chandler talks to Adjaye re: his Denver museum almost ready for its close-up: "Still, there are little moments we're trying to get right." -- Rodney Leon's African Burial Ground National Monument comes alive. -- Heritage Toronto Awards winners. -- Archeworks founders plan to pass the baton. -- A "compelling" new book address Cambodia's threatened modernist heritage. -- One we couldn't resist: What to Do When a Design Jury Attacks.

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