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Today's News - Thursday, March 6, 2008

Not good news for the displaced of New Orleans. -- Better news for NOLA as Historic Green: New Orleans launches, and funds arrive for rehab of affordable units. -- The challenges facing going green in Dubai. -- Massive project in Crete claims it will be green to the extreme (not all are convinced). -- Great cities: five success stories. -- King's take on four proposals for San Francisco's northeast waterfront. -- Litt has high hopes for a tattered Cleveland neighborhood (but design could be better). -- Columbia, Maryland, seeks its center. -- India owes much of its construction boom to a "clutch of foreign architects." -- Richard Rogers' vision for London. -- A look at Ottawa's skyline (and why can't it be better?). -- Not all are pleased with approval of skyscraper plans for Reading, U.K.'s Station Hill. -- Ditto for skyscraper plan in Downtown Lexington, Kentucky. -- Denari on being part of NYC's "laboratory for architectural invention." -- London's new Silken Hotel is "all about pure, non conformist structural engineering." -- A "black hole" in architectural education: the art of writing. -- AIA 2008 Education Honor Award winners.

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