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Today's News - Tuesday, December 11, 2007

How could we resist: Al Gore's Nobel Peace Prize lecture. -- A survey of the 30 most walkable urban places in the U.S. -- Toronto waterfront project loses its "egg" - and support (for now). -- Flood defences in the U.K. to become artful assets to communities (let's hope the idea spreads!). -- Foster's new coastal city in Oman. -- An Arizona desert proving ground to become a testing ground for designing new communities. -- An old California company town gets a second chance. -- Orlando finally gets a gander at its new $480 million arena. -- The biggest mall in Bulgaria gets a go-ahead. -- King offers a "cheat sheet" for what's new around San Francisco's Union Square (note for architects and developers: "engaging grace note beats glitz any day." -- Wigglesworth offers wise words for winning public buildings. -- Winnipeg architects dig their LEED green digs. -- The year in review (sure to be lots more): Davidson is (mostly) thumbs-up for new stuff NYC. -- Glancey not so upbeat re: Titan prison plans (scroll wayyyy down - Architecture is near the end - just above TV). -- Just what are these "Titan super-prisons" all about? -- Dyckhoff on Prouvé's legacy (he'd be "turning in his grave").

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