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Today's News - Monday, January 7, 2008

Boddy calls for an end to "architectural diets and building binges" and sacrifices to "our new gods of scope creep and value engineering." -- Vietnam decides it's time to bring back chief architects to major cities' planning and architecture departments (what a concept!). -- Q&A with CTBUH's director about sustainability, tall buildings, and Dubai. -- Milan opts for congestion pricing. -- Bayley thinks it's the "first excellent building since the 18th century," but is Prague ready for a green octopus? -- London's new "big green teaching machine": is it the shape of schools to come? -- Koolhaas is the next big name for next new Maggie's Centre. -- Renewal of Terrorism Risk Insurance Act offers the building industry a "safety net for reconstruction and recovery." -- Preservation up's and down's: Boddy broods over Vancouver's toothless preservation protections. -- Why all the fuss over saving two historic buildings from being gobbled up by Philadelphia's convention center is so important. -- Fear that Moynihan Station plans are losing their civic luster. -- Is putting a roof over Erickson's Robson Square really a good idea? -- On a brighter note: King coos over restored de Young building in San Francisco (just don't look up). -- A new team raises new hope for Baltimore's Brutalist Mechanic Theatre. -- An almost forgotten Stone raises a number of issues about preservation. -- Video game software is the latest tool to wow the client. -- Call for entries: new visions for strip malls; and short films for Pangea Day.

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