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Today's News - Monday, December 10, 2007

Report rates 56 countries on their commitment to climate control (shame, shame on us, U.S.). -- Maybe the hippies were right re: sustainability, says Boddy. -- For Lewis, closing schools offers other opportunities - if done right. -- Safdie's resignation from MUHC project "is important for several reasons" (not the least of which is design quality). -- Cheek gives Indianapolis a "whoop of joy" for its Central Library expansion. -- Campbell is enthralled with MIT's new "secret garden." -- He finds hits and misses in tour of Boston's new Greenway. -- Kennicott heaps on more praise for New York's New Museum (and why it would never make it in Washington). -- Mamma Mia: a museum of all things ABBA to open in Stockholm (took us a while to find out who's designing it). -- An eyeful of what looks to be a stunning glass cube for a glass company in Westphalia. -- The saga of the pool that (nearly) sank its architect - as explained by the architect. -- Call for entries: 2008 James Beard Foundation Awards for restaurant design. -- A movement afoot to "shake up the architecture of death." -- Kamin finds "Architecture of the Absurd" more rant than reason. -- Prouvé exhibit at London's Design Museum "makes Le Corbusier appear an effeminate dilettante." -- NYT's 7th Annual Year in Ideas includes cardboard bridge, a Murphy balcony, smog-eating cement (and lots more). -- Ouroussoff and others pick their favorite books.

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