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Today's News - Tuesday, April 15, 2008

A San Francisco infill project sports a GreenPoint Rated label. -- Stephens offers insight into he plight - and advantages - of "stepsister" cities. -- Alberta decides it's time to change its "laissez-faire approach to planning." -- Developers in boom towns like Calgary should sit down with books by Rybczynski and de Botton. -- Q&A with SF Planning Director John Rahaim: it's time for everyone to get on the same page. -- Can landscape architects help get kids walking again? -- Gardner minces no words about missing the marble at 2 Columbus Circle: "new façade is so mind-numbingly dull as to lack even the posture of ambition" (ouch!). -- Russell gives thumbs-up to Newseum that "displays journalism's better self." -- Gunts on Gettysburg's new visitors center (Neutra's original still targeted for demolition). -- Filler offers his "highly opinionated personal picks" for the best museum architecture of 2007. -- Ritchie to be replaced in Potters Fields plans. -- A stellar team picked for £1 billion re-do of London's Euston Station. -- Kamin on why Bertrand Goldberg's architecture still speaks to us today. -- NYC's Storefront for Art and Architecture pops up in L.A. -- Dyckhoff visits with Coates: his "fruity style is in vogue again." -- Arieff on Starck: "All you need is love. And a good press release." -- Call for entries: World Architecture Festival Awards and the first architectural Prix de Barcelona. -- Winners all: Perm Museum competition. -- 2008 AIA CAE Educational Facility Design Awards. -- ASLA 2008 Professional Awards.

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