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Today's News - Thursday, May 29, 2008

-- No more starchitect for Javits Center.
-- Whither goest our heritage? Robin Hood Gardens: tomorrow is D-day; and a forceful "for" and "against."
-- A call to save a constructivist factory building in Turkey.
-- Palm Beach Manus House update: doubts it can be landmarked since demolition already applied for (but owner promises to photograph before it bites the dust - gee, that's just swell).
-- Our gardener's heart withers at plans for Doris Duke's "storied gardens."
-- A brighter note: Governors Island has an arts-full future.
-- A Toronto church is a model of "architecture of eco-theology."
-- A Santa Monica multifamily project is greener than most.
-- U.K. survey shows women in engineering still earning less: what's the answer?
-- A long - and impressive - shortlist of 20 for new International Criminal Court HQ in The Netherlands.
-- RIBA's shortlist of best British buildings leaves classicists furious. -- The complete list (you can decide if they're right).
-- 2007 Religious Art and Architecture Awards; and the call for entries for 2008 awards.
-- USC launches American Academy in China.

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