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Today's News - Tuesday, May 6, 2008

-- London's Architecture Foundation is in the market for a new director.
-- Day says Melbourne faces a watershed moment re: growth vs. a livable city.
-- Hume calls for a better city planning process than treating it as a game of winners and losers.
-- Q&A with head of L.A.'s City Planning Commission: her vision is taking hits.
-- In Orlando, developers are trying "to make buildings more art than architecture."
-- Welcome to Orange County, China: is the country "doomed to repeat all of America's mistakes?"
-- "A Vision for Agricultural Urbanism" for British Columbia.
-- Bridging the gap between designed and actual performance in "sustainable" buildings.
-- Crosbie on the need to stop giving banal buildings "Get out of Jail Free" cards just because they're green.
-- Chicago's first LEED school teaches the "the A, B, Es of eco lessons."
-- Is there such a thing as "British" architecture? (too many great essays - you choose).
-- Q&A with el-Khoury: yes, there is a "Toronto style."
-- For Myers, Toronto was Heartbreak House.
-- Goldberger on the "Heatherwick Effect."
-- Calatrava's Jerusalem bridge almost ready for its close-up (but when will anyone be able to use it?).
-- An eyeful of Bridewell Island's winner and runners up.
-- Atlanta team named City of the Future National Champion.
-- Call for entries: Architect Magazine's 2nd Annual R+D Awards. -- Deadline reminder: BusinessWeek/Architectural Record Awards.
-- With all this planning talk, we couldn't resist: Denver man calls for Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission (gets a City Council "review and comment" meeting on Thursday).

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