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Today's News - Thursday, July 31, 2008

-- Litt lauds Cleveland developers who see the value of good design as an encouraging sign for the struggling city.
-- Are Thames Gateway plans "a curate's egg or as a series of eggs in a poorly constructed basket"?
-- Turning San Francisco's Market Street into a pedestrian mall is not a bad idea (unless it's 2 miles long).
-- Wondering where to Winnipeg's new stadium (downtown not such a good idea).
-- London's 100 Public Spaces program axed.
-- Toronto's waterfront is a game of checkers - and the city just might win.
-- The re-do of "a frequent flyer on lists of the NYC's worst skyscrapers" will be more than skin-deep.
-- Six shortlisted for Macau's Old Lisboa offer plans just as 'mammoth' as Grand Lisboa.
-- Debate brews over plans for a Jewish Museum in Cologne - now that winning design selected.
-- Urban Splash belly-flops with plans to demolish restored Midland Hotel's Art Deco wall.
-- A 1970s Connecticut library saved from the wrecker's ball (but for the right reasons?).
-- A new museum near the German-Dutch border immerses visitors in the in the architecture, sounds, and smells of a Roman settlement.
-- A movement to revive Vienna's flak towers as cultural centers.

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