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Today's News - Tuesday, March 4, 2008

First look at Cloepfil's Clyfford Still Museum in Denver. -- Two takes on Kaplický's kafuffle with Prague. -- Plans stall for U.S. National Slavery Museum. -- We're sad to hear Brooklyn's tallest tower by Piano is not to be. -- Dubliner's continue the U2 tower debate: some "don't see the need for these megalomaniac schemes." -- Farrelly minces no words about Sydney's "debased and debilitated" planning system (her ideas for Disney rides are most telling). -- UK-Ireland network to promote sustainable transport. -- Kamin on Chicago's new "sometimes elegant, sometimes underwhelming perch in the sky." -- School daze: Kamin's take on the new "veddy, veddy un-British" British School that is "veddy, veddy good until you step inside." -- Q&A with a behavioral psychologist and planner about what makes spaces good for students to live and learn. -- What one college campus did with an elegant landmark that didn't quite work. -- In the U.K. magnificent old school buildings can be young again (too bad the Building Schools for the Future program favors demolition over refurbishment). -- Lessons to be learned at upcoming School Building Expo. -- Green roofs have architects and landscape architects growing closer. -- A "now you see it, now you don't" waste treatment plant (a.k.a. "Poohaven"). -- Water diversion for Beijing Olympics leaving provinces high and dry (but the swans are happy). -- Only a few days left to see Harvard GSD's "Dirty Work" - a look at the disparity between landscape architecture and city planning in "nonformal cities" (a.k.a. slums).

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