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Today’s News - Thursday, November 13, 2008

•   How architects can buoy up business in the downturn: 20 essential steps to show you how to check your practice's financial health.

•   Gehry and his AGO take center stage: Hume says it's the "most effortless and relaxed architectural masterpiece Toronto has seen."

•   The master's only regret: the rift it caused with his friend Barton Myers.

•   An in-depth look at the AGO's often contentious relationship with its neighbors now it's broken out of its "ivory-tower syndrome."

•   Rybczynski's "Piano's California Adventure Part II": he likes it a lot!

•   Brussat on Providence's "Make no little plans" charrette: maybe a recession is "a really good time to practice the ethos of "small is beautiful""?"

•   Bay Area architects making their marks on Shanghai.

•   British firms barred from US Embassy competition ("for security reasons" huh?).

•   Meanwhile, British architecture and urban planning students are being trained how to reduce the impact of terrorism in the buildings they design.

•   Baguio City (Philippines) revisits its 1906 Burnham Plan as a template that could be applied to current urban renewal.

•   Under threat: a mid-century modern Lord & Taylor in Connecticut; and Trinidad's "Painted Ladies." - A look at the 3 (green) Czech buildings up for the Mies van der Rohe Award.

•   Call for Entries: ASLA 2009 Professional and Student Awards.

•   A good reason to head to Dubai: The Big 5 Technical Conference and GAIA Awards.


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