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Today's News - Thursday, February 28, 2008

High hopes (and some problems) for post-Big Dig Boston (great slide show). -- Much news from the U.K.: Social housing as new social butterflies. -- Some big names get behind efforts to save the Smithson's Robin Hood Gardens housing estate (you can sign on, too). -- Prince Charles gets behind new Scottish town designed to keep behinds fit. -- An "eclectic mix of architects" teamed for Leeds' £800 million city center. -- Was Heathrow T5 worth waiting for? -- Alexander finds China's airport plans more than a little scary. -- New life for Erskine's Ark. -- A New Haven architect has a bold vision for fire-ravaged city block. -- Viñoly's Brooklyn Children's Museum is a "serious building made for fun." -- Rybczynski ruminates on the future of library design in the age of Google. -- Seattle's Northwest African American Museum finally ready for its close-up thanks to "a trailblazing architect" (lost too soon). -- A green Museum Resource Campus rises at Brooklyn Navy Yard. -- Pearman's ode to Sandy Wilson. -- Feiner (cowboy boots and all) takes on Las Vegas. -- Graves leads AIAS fundraising efforts for Freedom by Design community service initiative. -- How climate change could change English countryside forever (never mind a "landscape littered with redundant wind farms").

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