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Today's News - Monday, April 21, 2008

EDITOR'S NOTE: We're still on the road, but unexpectedly found ourselves with Internet access and some free time this morning, so can catch up with a short news round-up…not sure when the next posting will be…soon, we hope. ----- ArcSpace brings us an eyeful of Snøhetta's Oslo Opera House. -- Glancey finds it breathtaking. -- In NYC, the winning Hudson Yards bid will end up being "as different from the model as the politicians surrounding it." -- Ouroussoff minces no words about developers' sleight-of-hand in process. -- Davidson thinks Nouvel's MoMA tower is just what the neighborhood needs. -- Could there be a Gehry instead of Grimshaw at Fulton St. Transit Hub? -- Bayley's personal heartfelt plea to whoever is London's next mayor: please appreciate that "architecture is more important than politics" because "civilizations are remembered by their artifacts, not their bank rates." -- Hawthorne is a bit disheartened that "landscape architects are turning greenery into genuine civic momentum" everywhere but L.A. -- Kaplan hopeful (yet cynical) about another big L.A. plan. -- Heathcote's take on the new craze of collecting architecture as if it's art. -- Tonkin Liu cultivates 'Fresh Flower' pavilion for London Festival of Architecture. -- UNLV launches a program to groom a new breed of engineers with the Las Vegas Strip as its laboratory. -- An eyeful of "a collection of promised skylines we never got to see - and a few that may yet come to be." -- Rawsthorn's "bleak truth" about what's on in Milan. -- Notable retail projects from all over. -- An ode to Fred Bassetti, an "early, loud, persuasive voices" for good planning in Seattle. -- "Serious Play" conference coming up in Pasadena.

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