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Today's News - June 2, 2006

Charities are discovering the benefits of good design. -- Mayne's big plans for downtown New Orleans (with pix this time). -- A word of warning from Prince Charles about Edinburgh's "shortsighted commercialism." -- Not just another "dumb box": a Halifax hotel/condo shows the future of tall buildings in Canada. -- RISD scales back Moneo museum design: "Sometimes less really is more." -- Scaled-back plan for yachtsman's memorial in New Zealand is "still a bit spooky." -- Rochon's take on the Seven Wonders of the World. -- Next Generation prize-winner tries transformation from digital to reality. -- With PBS series on sustainable architecture launching tonight, Hawthorne pulls no punches about what it's going to take to make it fundamental (move over, famous aging architects). -- Weekend diversions: the Guggenheim offers Hadid and her "cosmopolitanism that is hard put to assert itself in our dark age." -- Erickson, Canada's "concrete poet," in a retrospective in Vancouver. -- de Botton waxes poetic about Architecture Week in the U.K. -- SoundaXis offers 11 days of exploration of the intimate relationship between music and architecture. -- Two takes on Gehry flick. -- Kamin takes us on a tour of Sullivan's "gems of the prairie." -- Three tomes of design classics by everyone from the ubiquitous anonymous to the stars.

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