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Today's News - Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Greening existing building stock is the "grandest urban sustainability frontier." -- Climate change skeptics gather (links are most informative, too). -- More on Moscow's dwindling architectural heritage. -- Cheek finds some bright spots amid Seattle's townhouse pox. -- Jones on Stonehenge's final insult: "Why don't we just get Banksy to decorate it?" -- New gallery will bring an end to Ryerson University's days of invisibility, says Hume. -- High hopes (and some wariness) for Roanoke's new museum. -- Breuer's Minnesota church still dazzles. -- Russell revisits a Neutra teardown-turned-$25 million piece of art. -- For the images if nothing else: FOA's medicine ball in Madrid. -- Make makes crystals for Croydon. -- SHCA returns to Moscow. -- A fab profile of one of our faves, Inga Saffron (and why she makes developers tremble). -- The architect as university president: a perfect fit. -- More on the "kerfuffle" over Coney Island's Parachute Jump. -- Things are not knotting right for Disney Hall bow tie. -- We ran item awhile ago re: McDonalds a la feng shui; now we found images. -- Editor's note: a great slide show has been added to Kamin's review of Trump Tower restaurant; click "Yesterday's News" to review.

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