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Today's News - November 9, 2006

Rochon hopes things are looking up for Calgary's "lifeless" downtown. -- New neighborhoods for the middle class on New York's edges. -- Lord Rogers not at all happy with Olympics 2012 design/build process. -- More high praise (and great slide show) of Hadid's Maggie's Centre in Fife. -- Arab architect gets go-ahead for Palestinian culture museum in Israel (after negotiations with Hadid "did not bear fruit"). -- OMA's sometimes bumpy ride in China. -- Roche is always the gentleman when discussing the saga of his Spencer Dock project in Dublin. -- Cusato designs - and lives - small. -- A California architect builds where others fear to tread. -- A New York apartment building goes organic. -- What's wrong with the "relentless green propaganda message." -- Architects are "beginning to rethink the relationship among children, playground design, and public space." -- Dyson expounds on the tie between industry and good design. -- Meanwhile, he gives in (just a little) on his design school plans (façadectomy, anyone)? -- Liverpool already has big plans in place for its 2008 Capital of Culture program. -- Opus Awards celebrate Irish architecture.

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