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Today's News - Wednesday, April 23, 2008

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last newsletter for the week…we will be back with daily postings beginning Monday, April 28. ----- It is with great sadness that we write this at the close of Earth Day with the news that we've lost one of our favorite Earth Architects much too soon. -- A thoughtful reflection on Abu Dhabi's future "through a lens tinted by New York." -- Charleston brings home lessons from San Francisco about preserving a city's fringes. -- Goldhagen is wont to criticize the New Museum, but she does: its "fanatical minimalism" is just too much to ignore. -- Farrelly on the gender thing in architecture. -- Russell visits Boston University and ponders Silber's own legacy when it comes to architecture of the absurd. -- Hume says "Toronto had all the smugness and self-indulgence it needed before "Toronto: A City Becoming" was published. -- Hecht visits Tel Aviv's new Bauhaus Museum. -- AIA 2008 COTE Top Ten Green Projects announced. -- A temporary campus building doesn't have to become a campus ghetto. -- In the Philippines, young architectural visions inspire. -- We couldn't resist: Puzzled pilot refuses to land at new airport in India, claiming he had never heard of it. ----- See you next week!

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