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Today's News - Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Will it be back to the drawing board for Miami's Bicentennial Park? -- Bayley's blissful musings on Liverpool's graceful to garish to grandiose architecture. -- New bling for Dallas skyline (weather reports included). -- Hume fumes over Toronto's single-story creep and growing suburbanization. -- Despite complaints, Dhaka University defacing its architectural heritage. -- Santa Monica neighbors get riled over plans for modern in historic district. -- Prefab gaining clout in U.K. -- Billy Graham Library "is not very illuminating" (though kids will like the cow). -- ROM's new piano will be in the key of Libeskind (and a pix to prove it). -- The Wright stuff drawing crowds to Florida Southern College. -- Inventive recycle bins may be in store for Springfield, MO. -- More voices raised in protest to Chinese artist sculpting Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial (never mind the architect is the nation's oldest women/minority-owned design firm). -- Boddy sees the future of urban development in the Urban Development Institute (UDI) award winners. -- King ponders San Francisco's oil spill and welcomes two new books. -- Hawthorne starts a series walking the streets of L.A. with those who see the cityscape in unusual or provocative ways. -- 2007 American Architecture Awards Winners on view in NYC. -- Call for entries (U.K. only): Next Generation Architects. -- Editor's note: we hear NYC is considering a "pigeon czar"...doesn't every city have one?!!?

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