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Today's News - September 15, 2006

Two more reports from the Biennale: Hawthorne sees message as urban ills "are entirely solvable - and by architects, no less." -- Berlin's "Convertible City" grows green in Venice. -- Plans for Vancouver's Olympic Village "decidedly conservative and suburban" (but not all wrong), says Boddy. -- Cathedraltown is new urbanism with a twist (or is it?). -- Will Toronto go for congestion zone fees? -- Belfast project could be heart of new city center. -- A shortlist of three for Denver's Still Museum. -- International competition in Jerusalem will pit Phase 1 finalists against a pre-selected shortlist. -- British architect wins big in Moscow. -- Why "Miami Vice" gives architecture a bad name. -- The odd couple: Olin/Eisenman show in Philadelphia blurs boundaries. -- Pecha Kucha Night comes to New York. -- 2006 European Heritage Days to be launched in St Petersburg. -- IIDEX/NeoCon Canada to focus on space, knowledge, and sustainability.

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