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Today's News - March 22, 2007

The bad logic and failed policies of transportation planners - and some suggestions to make things better. -- Plans for San Francisco's Octavia Blvd. offer fresh takes on urban housing; King hopes they don't get bogged down in politics. -- Ouroussoff gives (mostly) thumbs-up to Gehry's first Manhattan project. -- Can New York's historic places survive the city's thirst for development? -- A Mies masterpiece deteriorating and in dispute in the Czech Republic. -- Barnes Foundation reaches out to architects (we'll know who makes the shortlist soon). -- MIT conference tackles why architecture has such a bad track record in attracting minority practitioners. -- New urbanism + Galveston Island = the Hamptons, Texas style. -- New urbanism + wellness = a new spa-centered community in Tennessee. -- An eyeful of new and notable college and university design. -- A Dallas middle school galvanizes a neighborhood. -- An Imax documentary reduces Katrina "to corporate-sponsored entertainment." -- Chicago celebrates Mies; Kamin praises and pans some of the city's buildings by Prtizker winners. -- Call for presentations for international conference on courthouse design.

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