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Today's News - Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Green Index Report: going green makes green. -- Saffron is hopeful re: PennPraxis vision for Philadelphia waterfront: "a plea for a thoughtful, preemptive approach to planning" (of course developers are grousing). -- NYC has big plans for city schoolyards, but will short-term stopgap measures going to play into the future? -- An eyeful of Chicago's super-sized green buildings. -- Pearman's take on Beijing: it has "a hell of a swagger to it" (and London 2012? "It's time to start promoting the virtues of modesty"). -- Alsop's big plans for a South London suburb include a vertical Eden Project and unburying a river. -- Not all are pleased with demolition plans to make way for housing in North London. -- Goldberger on SANAA's new Manhattan museum: "like a thunderbolt from another world." -- Shortlist announced for design of 2012 Eton Manor sporting hub. -- Davidson muses on new old-style designs. -- Rybczynski's amusing take on how architecture firms name themselves. -- Canada to post RFP for national portrait gallery (but not all are pleased). -- Vintage future back in vogue at re-done LAX eaterie. -- Construction barriers transformed into art (let's hope it's a sign of the times). -- Call for entries: 2nd Biannual Business Week / Architectural Record China Awards. -- An op-ed takes on the "problem with modern memorials."

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