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Today's News - Wednesday, November 21, 2007

EDITOR'S NOTE: We're taking a break for Thanksgiving holiday (U.S.)...we'll be back talking turkey on Monday, November 26. ----- An in-depth look at LEED-ND. -- Nobel finds "glimmers of real hope" in New Orleans. -- Kamin on the style wars: classicism vs. contemporary. -- Could a 1953 Philip Johnson house be headed for the wrecking ball (or will someone pony up $3 million)? -- Hockenberry tours NYT's "glittering" new HQ. -- Wilkinson Eyre slam-dunks Olympics 2012 basketball arena. -- Two takes on Graves' Detroit Institute of Arts addition (one a bit more positive than the other). -- Gunts finds an eco-friendly restoration raises the bar for recycling historic buildings. -- Nance takes a sparkle to Chicago's newest gem. -- Diversions for a long weekend: CCA's "Sorry, Out of Gas" gathers steam: Makovsky queries Zardini about the exhibition, the challenges facing sustainability in the future, and why Switzerland may be the new promised land. -- Hume sees show as "proof positive that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it." -- Baillieu gets a sneak-peek at Rogers' Pompidou show. -- "Famous Prague Villas" on view in Prague (no English, but that "shouldn't deter dedicated architecture fans." -- Silber's "Architecture of the Absurd": "I used to say that there would never be an architecture of the absurd...how wrong I was." -- It's official: the Guggenheim will go gray. -- One we couldn't resist: murdered architect finally gets a headstone.

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