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Today's News - Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Pearman and Glancey are practically giddy over Royal Festival Hall revamp. -- Hume fumes over Toronto waterfront project (though he does like the design). -- King calls a new transit village "an architectural purgatory and a cautionary tale." -- In Los Angeles, an architect finds new housing developments now depend on parking. -- Architects haven't given up the battle to save Cleveland's Breuer tower. -- Rethinking building height limits. -- Charles Dickens and Billy Graham get Disney-fied (Victorian squalor and singing cow included). -- Hope on the horizon for playgrounds where kids will want to play. -- Pearman revisits the London Eye: the "process of making it was every bit as compelling as the ride on the finished product." -- An in-depth look at the 5 proposals for Governors Island (exhibit opens tomorrow at NYC's Center for Architecture). -- Austalians and an American on shortlist for new tourist spot in Fiji. -- Plans to establish a "creative school" and Arab Association of Designers in Dubai. -- Gehry talks IAC in NYC next Monday. -- Film review: "Radiant City" is "an acerbic position paper on the cultural damage done by postwar architectural fads." -- Bauhaus Dessau takes a bow. -- Boddy is bubbly about new book on West Coast architecture. -- One we couldn't resist: Glancey and other experts offer tips on how to build really cool paper airplanes.

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