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Today's News - November 14, 2006

Forget the creative class - for cities to prosper, focus on the information age and a media economy. -- Build racial harmony with people-friendly neighborhoods instead of "glorious showcases to political egos." -- Glancey is peeved about proposed tax on taste. -- Starchitect bake-offs for New Orleans waterfront and NYC's Penn/Farley/Moynihan Station. -- Piano to go to new heights as only one team bids for - and gets - Boston tower project. -- Dietsch is slightly disappointed with new Marine Corps museum and bemoans "alarming trend" of building underground. -- The museum through the architect's eyes. -- Stadium stress in Auckland (check out the video link!) and San Francisco. -- A call to preserve Chandigarh's modern urbanism. -- A "prickly bunch" of FLW purists protest a new house based on Wright design. -- The slanting walls of 1973 Seventy Degrees Hotel in Wales set to meet the wrecking ball. -- The changing face of hospitality design in India. -- Gucci hits Ginza. -- A green roof for Denver. -- Campbell finds a new Boston eatery "the most delightful, most inventive space of its kind we've seen in years." -- Ryerson University to launch MArch degree.

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