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Today's News - Wednesday, April 30, 2008

London's Olympic Aquatics Center called "over-designed" and wayyy over budget. -- Kamin minces no words about plans to put Chicago Children's Museum in Grant Park. -- He gives a thumbs-up to Joffrey Ballet's new home (with some reservations). -- University expansions in Boston are testing town-gown relationships. -- Big expansion plans for the Dublin Institute of Technology. -- Dunster bemoans "a profession happier to serve its paymasters than the environment or the public." -- Starchitects and corporate icons make this student generation uneasy. -- Alsop "parachuted in" to help retrofit his award-winning office building. -- Hoskins wins bid to design Scottish pavilion at Venice Biennale. -- Six sweet schemes for Manchester's Tutti Frutti development. -- Hume not happy: if Toronto "can't even manage to give cyclists their fair share of the road, what hope is there?" -- Washington gears up with first bike-share program in U.S. -- Campbell coos over ASLA's green roof. -- Gehry's library at Princeton almost ready for its close-up. -- A glass beacon to adorn the Canadian Museum of Nature. -- Shigeru Ban pavilion to go on the auction block. -- British Columbia honors its best. -- What might be in store for Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth. -- Four examples of great contemporary architecture in Paris. -- Call for entries: LA Forum Liner Competition (short notice to register). -- We couldn't resist: a real estate agency for squatters.

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