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Today's News - Tuesday, November 20, 2007

In Santa Monica, a humble parking garage is humble no more. -- Karachi builds - without architects creates a "doom-and-gloom scenario." -- Planning Havana in a post-Castro Cuba. -- Sarasota school board presented with 5 proposals to save Rudolph's Riverview High School (they might still go for demolition). -- The saga of 3XN's Liverpool museum rift continues. -- Pinewood Studios plan includes a downtown New York - and 2,000 green homes. -- Campbell on the lessons Harvard can learn from Cincinnati campus: should Allston campus be a "world's fair" of starchitects? -- NYT HQ: Ouroussoff gives (mostly) thumbs-up to his own new digs. -- Hume on Edmonton's efforts to rise above anonymity. -- Farrelly on Seidler's glamorous new aquatic center: "the most delicious indoor swimming experience in town" (if only she could find the front door). -- Ground Zero memorial: Arad on dealing with "an imbroglio of politicians, architects, public officials and interest groups." -- A crematorium in India "shows that architecture can help give places of death and mourning a quiet dignity" (unless you work there). -- Kennicott on D.C.'s new home for Shakespeare: "refreshing to see architecture that is unafraid of the random dangers of urban life in the 21st century." -- Richard Rogers continues to wage "war against the Prince of Wales, architectural conservatism and cities gone to the dogs."-- Cramer's call for traditional design to be brought back into mainstream architectural education. -- King digs up Polk's 19th century pokes at San Francisco (some things never change). -- Dubai to get even greener with 30 new parks. -- How the Bauhaus has shaped our world. -- U.K. hands out sustainability and healthcare design awards. -- Cramer's call for traditional design to be brought back into mainstream architectural education.

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