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Today's News - Monday, December 3, 2007

Brad Pitt pulls in the stars to Make It Right in New Orleans. -- A Japanese almost-ghost town is a laboratory to study more widespread disaster on a small scale. -- A controversial Melbourne project could end up looking like a "sick camel" - unless opponents win in court. -- Battle still rages over Dublin U2 tower (rock stars and architects can be arrogant?). -- Glancey offers a glowing report from Tschumi's Acropolis museum. -- Hawthorne heaps praise on SANAA's New Museum. -- Russell is less kind. -- Two takes on Manhattan's other new museum within the "exotic splendor" of a transformed synagogue. -- Rochon raves about Gehry's AGO: the "redesign is a staggering success." -- Edinburgh architects win new museum in China. -- An Erickson treasure faces the wrecking ball. -- The Indonesian who is an "architect of the soul." -- A helpful round-up of Design Miami/ and Art Basel Miami Beach - both launch this week. -- Winners all: AR Awards for Emerging Architecture (and Heathcote's earlier predictions). -- Interior Design's Best of 2007 and latest Hall of Famers. -- Very thoughtful results in Portland Courtyard Housing Design competition.

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