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Today’s News - Thursday, October 15, 2009

•   Gretes' Market Research Strategies in Uncertain Times #4: Client research puts you in an informed position to project confidence and earn trust.

•   Ouroussoff reports from Dallas: two very different performance spaces, yet "together they give the area the cultural stature" the city "has long been craving."

•   Russell is only slightly less sanguine (a "likeably odd theater" that "reads like a cute chemical plant" next to "what could become the city's liveliest civic space").

•   Indianapolis has high hopes for what could become the first of a new breed of urban renewal projects designed to turn the city's brownfields green.

•   Perhaps they should also look into the latest developments in Germany's new "energy revolution."

•   Phyllis Lambert and others launch a new think tank to act as conscience for Montreal's mayor (whoever that may be come Nov. 1).

•   Rosenbaum raises questions re: the Whitney's "forging ahead" with High Line branch.

•   Some Helsinki officials and residents not at all happy with H&deM's waterfront hotel project.

•   Dyckhoff goes back to school to find out why anyone would want to be an architecture student these days.

•   Q&A's (in high-def, no less) with the architects behind the Stirling Prize contenders (come Saturday, we'll know who came out on top).

•   urbanSHED competition finalists offer some very different solutions to NYC's ugly sidewalk sheds.

•   NYC Planning Commissioner Amanda Burden takes ULI's Nichols Prize For Visionaries In Urban Development; her winnings donated back to establish another prize to honor "transformative and exciting public open spaces around the world."

•   Call for entries from ICFF: for product prototypes and design schools.

•   An eyeful of Berlin's Festival of Lights that puts the city's monuments in the limelight.



  


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