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Today's News - Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Russell continues is (rightful, we think) rant about needless destruction of housing in New Orleans. -- New York region now beating Chicago as the nation's "bash-and-build" capital (oh joy). -- Small cities grappling with development challenges usually reserved for big cities. -- Environmentally friendly schools not just a California thing anymore. -- Glancey goes gaga for Zaha's "ravishing" funicular in Innsbruck. -- King revisits Golden Gate Park transformation and really, really likes what he sees. -- A big win for Schaller Architekten in Riga, Latvia. Make to master plan regeneration scheme in Glasgow city center. -- A counter to environmental nay-sayers: they "couldn't be more off-base." -- King finds Halprin minces no words on museum plan for San Francisco's Presidio; and local politicians taking architecture seriously. -- Was Glasgow's Commonwealth Games village competition "gazumped"? -- 10 minutes with Libeskind, a "Cheshire cat." -- Stern signs up for third term as Yale dean to continue turning "a complacent institution into a vibrant nexus of ideas." -- In praise of Christopher Alexander the Great. -- Davidson offers several reasons to love New York: #48: one block becoming an "architectural "wonderland" (check out all 50). -- Bayley's review of the year: Nouvel's superb Musee du Quai Branly is a shaming rebuke to British Olympic mediocrity." -- ASLA's Sustainable Sites Initiative: still time for your input.

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