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Today's News - Thursday, April 17, 2008

EDITOR'S NOTE: We're off on a busman's holiday, so there will be no newsletter tomorrow…we'll post as we can next week, and be back in full swing Monday, April 28. ----- For the rest of the world, American suburbia is being studied as a "nirvana worth emulating" or something to avoid. -- Would U.S.'s Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere (HOPE) program work in the U.K.? -- Meanwhile, Jacobs says big-city mayors are "putting forth a remarkably progressive, and occasionally visionary, domestic agenda while the federal government has been AWOL." -- An international roster of urban specialists lined up to make north-central Dublin more people-friendly. -- Anderton discusses selling architecture as art, i.e. a Neutra. -- But the clock is ticking for another Neutra. -- Kennicott says success of the new Gettysburg visitors center isn't architectural (oh, there's that endangered Neutra, too). -- Filler reserves judgment on whether NYC's newest museum will be a "stroke of recycling genius or merely a case of throwing good money after bad." -- Some big guns vie for London cricket club scheme. -- Work on Fuksas conference center in Rome finally goes forward. -- An exhaustive look at the saga Michael Reynolds' Earthships (great pix, too). -- An office tower joins the High Line building frenzy. -- Duany and Plater-Zyberk give big. -- A striking new neighbor for FLW's Ennis House. -- 2008 OAA Award winners. -- Nobel waxes poetic about the skateboard: "the most efficient, elegant form of urban transportation yet devised." -- MoMA let's public in on the action of an architectural experiment. -- Portugali's ""Act of Creation and the Spirit of a Place" wins accolades. -- The return of "Survey of London" is "madly ambitious" and cause for celebration. -- We couldn't resist: a video walk through a Koolhaas house.

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