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Today's News - Friday, February 29, 2008

In Vancouver, higher density doesn't necessarily mean taller buildings, says Geller. -- Hawthorne evaluates L.A. mayor's efforts to become a "super-city" on the global stage: he hasn't quite made it into the "Dynamic Mayors Club." -- The U.K. re-evaluates BREEAM to give it a more global footing. -- FEMA testing alternatives (this time, it will only take another 42 months - groan). -- An eyeful of grand plans for Dublin's City Markets. -- Chandigarh is finally waking up to its loss of Corbu treasures landing on auction blocks in New York and Paris. -- Preserving Brooklyn's Dumbo DNA. -- Big plans for British seacoast town: renaissance or carbuncle? -- Russell ruminates on Krens' departure from Guggenheim: he'll be a hard act to follow (all the way to Abu Dhabi). -- Call for entries: Bombay Sapphire Designer Glass Competition. -- Weekend diversions: "The Endless City" is a "doorstop that emits the unmistakable odor of vanity publishing." -- "Architect and Engineer: A Study in Sibling Rivalry" is an "extraordinary tour de force." -- On view: futuristic school design at the Lighthouse, Glasgow. -- Campbell visits two photo shows focusing on notable buildings (it's good to be "Stollerized"). -- If you missed it in L.A., "Birth of the Cool" has landed in Andover, MA. -- "Urban Housing Atlas" launches today. -- And just for Leap Year: 11 Neighbors from Hell: Thank god for zoning laws, covenants and deed restrictions (and our neighbor who has only 2 gnomes).

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