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Today's News - Thursday, November 8, 2007

We tried to find a positive review of London's new Olympic stadium (we really did!), but alas: we couldn't resist Glancey x 3 (including narrated video). -- Dyckhoff asks "where's the architecture?" (and whatever happened to Foreign Office Architects aesthetic vision?) -- Baillieu wonders what happened to Peter Cook. -- Look! We found one: the stadium "harks back to the grandeur of ancient Rome" (but then Bayley weighs in). -- A British think tank says £30 billion hasn't had an impact on urban regeneration (of course, the government totally rejects the claim). - de Portzamparc picked for movie museum in Hollywood. -- Melbourne arts district set for major facelift. -- Orlando finalizes design team for new performing arts center. -- A multi-billion-dollar mega-resort heading for Atlantic City will be a "a large series of 'wows'." -- Canadian security expert suggests that government agencies and industry leaders establish two-way sharing of information. -- BBC international poll finds most people are ready for "green" sacrifices. -- Piano goes fishing (mentally), and shows us his list of wonders of the world. -- Three case studies of anti-suburbanites in NYC, LA, and London. -- Metropolis brings us Live@Greenbuild. -- Calls for entries: EOI for Waterloo City Square in London, and Integrating Habitats in Oregon.

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