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Today's News - Tuesday, June 3, 2008

-- Two takes on the World Bank's Growth Report: an antidote to the "Washington Consensus" that has "stultified much development thinking," and/or the "final collapse of the "development expert" paradigm."
-- Bishop and Florida Part II: "Who's Your City?"
-- The transformation of American suburbs: good news/bad news.
-- Athens offers a cautionary tale for London and future Olympic cities.
-- Hume re: partial Gardiner Expressway tear-down: "half a glass, whether empty or full, is preferable to none."
-- Under fire for designing in China, Koolhaas stays cool: his work is "an expression of support for change."
-- Now is San Francisco's best moment in Jewish architecture (since 1926).
-- King sends four postcards from L.A. (and feels "very far from home").
-- Hawthorne on auctioning architectural treasures: is it the really the best way to go?
-- Preservationists perturbed by $200 million revamp of a 1957 Moscow landmark.
-- The online war heats up over Corbu's Ronchamp revamp.
-- What should Indianapolis do with its 50-year-old buildings? "Appreciate them. And save them."
-- HDR and CUH2A: a mega-merger.
-- Winners all: An eyeful of AMD Open Architecture Challenge winners. -- AIA/UK 2008 Excellence in Design Awards. -- Hanganu garners RAIC Gold, but wonders, "What happened to the pleasure that we used to take in drawing and building?" -- ASLA announces 2008 Honors.
-- If you're in Chicago tomorrow, catch "Learning From Bob and Denise" trailer.

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