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Today's News - October 4, 2004

This week ArcSpace takes us to Italy and The Netherlands. -- A competition to design a memorial within the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco. -- RIBA announces Gold Medal winner - the "lightweight champion of the world." -- Reworked design of 2 Columbus Circle wants to appease preservationists and please developers (that's not always a good approach). -- The "greatest sports architecture fight in history comes to an end" in Kansas City - leave it to a sports writer to be able to put it all in (a most amusing) nutshell. -- Chicago campus gets its best new building yet (no self-indulgent statement here). -- Chicago proves streetscapes can revitalize neighborhoods. -- "Kissing towers" for low-rise Leeds, UK, get mixed reviews. -- The first of what we're sure will be many takes on MoMA's rebirth. -- An architect's home is his "green" laboratory. -- Goldberger and Libeskind books: "There is enough egregious politicking and ego recounted in both books to satisfy those of us who devour tales of Architects (and Officials) Behaving Badly." -- Exhibitions abound and inspire: San Francisco: "glamour" is now permanently fixed in the architectural lexicon. -- Toronto: Danes offer a vision of the future. -- Washington, DC: Gehry's museum designs make one want to sing and dance. -- Miami: a look at the too-often overlooked architecture of Columbia (as in South America). -- Finally…we couldn't resist starting the week with a giggle: talking toilets (mute button not included).

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