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Today's News - Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Not all in Russia are concerned that ecologists win a battle to save Sochi National Park from 2014 Olympics: "One court has passed the judgment, another will recall it." -- Zandberg minces no words about Tel Aviv's "bull in a China shop" approach to changing a "carefully designed, one-of-a-kind, precise and fragile" park. -- Plans for Philadelphia's Delaware River waterfront "have the potential to put us on an entirely new road to the future" (so why do developers want to meet "away from the press"?). -- Big plans for Oslo's harborfront. -- For only $25 million or so, Palm Springs Neutra masterpiece could be yours (and a wow of a slice show by Shulman and Street-Porter). -- First, Calatrava took on Barcelona over his altered footbridge; now he takes on Valencia. -- On Moneo's Prado: "Subtlety is hard and self-effacement brave in this age of chest-thumping designers." -- Adjaye talks about his MCA/Denver adventure. -- Hume thinks once Torontonians get over their fear of heights, they'll flock to new 80-story condo tower. -- It was back to the drawing board to come up with a "bigger, fancier new plan" for Chicago tower. -- Ouroussoff on "Women in Modernism" colloquium at MoMA: "architecture is a profession in which the glass ceiling has yet to be scratched, much less shattered." -- An architect who has dedicated his life to architecture and helping Taiwanese appreciate aestheticism. -- Mostafavi introduces himself to Harvard: don't expect any sacred cows. -- Kent State needs an architecture dean as Fong heads to Toronto. -- Call for proposals for education sessions for next year's League of Historic American Theatres conference. -- In the list of Top 100 Living Geniuses, Oscar Niemeyer comes in at #9! -- It's Halloween, so how could we resist "Why Scotland Has the Best Ghosts."

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