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Today's News - Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Sculpture + school architecture can enliven the educational process in unexpected ways. -- America's 50 greenest cities (and why). -- Dyckhoff on "oligarchitects" - the "Mr. Hyde in architects" who can't resist "power, riches and gold taps." -- Heathcote on a new, "more sophisticated type of urbanism" in the midst of the Middle East's "self-conscious architectural zoo." -- Something goes awry in plans for a model green village in China. -- A Providence, RI, neighborhood moving towards a long-awaited renaissance. -- Mays is impressed with a young architect's vision for Waterfront Toronto. -- Another take on Downtown L.A.'s downturn. -- It's not all doom and gloom: Downtowners of Distinction Awards honor stand-out projects. -- A new arts center for Aberdeen, Scotland. -- Farrelly on public transportation (or lack of). -- Mid-century Modern at risk in New Orleans. -- Googie gets reprieve in Seattle. -- Aerotropolis: the city of the future. -- In pictures: Beijing's Terminal 3. -- A monument to Navajo Code Talkers takes shape. -- Edgy design is making its mark at a mall near you. -- Trompe l'oeil construction cover creates an artful installation instead of an artless mess.

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