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Today's News - November 24, 2004

EDITOR'S NOTE: ArchNewsNow will be celebrating the Thanksgiving Day holiday (U.S.) with family and friends...we'll be back Monday, November 29. ------------ What's to become of Modernist buildings that are "not aging well, aesthetically or otherwise." -- Sea Ranch, an "environmentally progressive development" stymied by California regulations. -- An architect known for his "flamboyant modern architecture" becomes the design champion of Kent, U.K. -- Taniguchi talks about his early days at Harvard where Corbu is now a puppet opera star. -- In London, the "gherkin" is one of the stars of the show at the new V&A architecture gallery. -- An exhibition in the Netherlands looks at reactions to current and past Catholic and Muslim building booms. -- Stuck for the perfect holiday gift? How about a 1940s diner. -- We leave you with lots of things to explore while ANN is offline: the 2012 Olympic bid books from the five contending cities are a marvel (some more than others). -- Dilbert builds his dream house (includes kitty litter room and an observatory that "serves no purpose; it just looks cool." Enjoy...and Happy Thanksgiving!

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