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Today's News - Thursday, December 20, 2007

Governors Island picks design team; Ouroussoff and Pogrebin weigh (oh - Calatrava's gondola design is not off the table either). -- Finally some good news coming from New Orleans: waterfront plan taking shape; and Anderton chats with some of the Making It Right team. -- Historic Scotland on the hot seat. -- Beijing begins to protect some if its 20th century treasures. -- A Manhattan Beaux-Arts gem getting a much-needed face lift. -- An "Australian Idol" of historic Sydney landmarks has a cemetery in the lead. -- Big plans in the making for capitals of Kenya and Botswana. -- German villages being replaced with mining, but inhabitants are fighting back. -- Hume is happy Toronto will have a Gehry. -- Libeskind's ROM as "spectacle, nightmare and catalyst for change." -- Gardner is (mostly) thumbs-up about retro and "neo-preo" projects in NYC. -- Dyckhoff finds AR Awards for Emerging Architecture winners "what REAL architecture is about." -- A Prague practice bringing "modern-age flair" to the capital. -- The "eclectic designer of Dubai." -- Call for entries: Dubai gallery launches the Middle East's first regional annual design competition.

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