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Today's News - Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Heathcote on Asian skylines: "It is unsustainable, it can be…For now, perhaps, all we can do is marvel." -- An in-depth look at Liverpool's renaissance as it readies to be European Capital of Culture (and the "staggering" ambition of Liverpool One). -- It will also have an expanded Beatles museum. -- It's a continuing struggle for a Massachusetts city that was a poster child for urban renewal. -- A call for Halifax to give up its obsession with short, ugly, red-brick buildings. -- Canadian investment in an environmental education center China had the best of intentions. -- An eyeful of Farrell's design for London's new aquarium. -- 10 years and 3 plans later, it looks like U.N. renovation might finally get underway. -- A 1,000-foot tower for Brooklyn? -- Developer who flattened a listed Goldfinger ordered to rebuild. -- A Norwegian professor minces no words about the "modernist apartheid" in architecture schools. -- Kamin on Duany and Plater-Zyberk winning Driehaus Prize. -- University of Notre Dame students see DPZ win "may reflect a strong relationship between classical architecture and urbanism." -- A Norwegian professor minces no words about the "modernist apartheid" in architecture schools. -- With few exceptions, São Paulo's architecture biennial is a bit blah. -- Calls for entries: ASLA 2008 Awards; Green Good Design 2008 Awards; and American Architecture Awards 2008. -- Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting tonight: how green it is (right down to being cut with a handheld saw)!

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