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Today's News - Thursday, March 20, 2008

Dublin's "stunning" Elm Park will be an "exciting, vibrant, sustainable and forward-looking minacity." -- Thumbs-up for Edmonton's "crap detectors." -- Still more voices join the China boycott fray. -- Dyson Academy wins surprise go-ahead (see ANN March 18 - perhaps planners don't suck after all?). -- A $1 billion icon for Dallas. -- Mori's pavilion at FLW Martin House is "an architectural gain" for Buffalo. -- She talks to Litt about her Buffalo adventure. -- A "concrete crusader" takes his cause to Poland. -- A grand library renovation for Lehigh University. -- A former Des Moines car showroom to be a green design showroom. -- Campbell on young architects who are showing their chops with restaurant design. -- More on Corbu's Chandigarh treasures ending up on international auction blocks. -- A Kahn treasure could be yours for $2-3 million. -- A new CABE briefing explores how to civilize streets. -- Librarians create a guide for library design. -- What is it with architects' websites? (we ask that question all the time). -- Call for entries: Lex, Walsall International Architecture Competition. -- Call for proposals: New York Prize Fellowship in Sustainable Cities and the Social Sciences. -- Reminder: May 1 deadline for submitting sustainable projects to ASLA's Sustainable Sites Initiative. -- Chicago Commercial Real Estate Award winners.

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