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Today's News - Wednesday, May 7, 2008

-- Is globalization making authentic architecture no longer a valid?
-- Big change in rail plans may scuttle Sydney's integrated transport and housing plans.
-- Dunster takes on a "post-oil" community.
-- Farrelly's take on the "Stonehenge Syndrome" that can "produce some interesting architecture...But it does nothing for your connection with nature."
-- A call for NYC (and elsewhere?) to create an environmental agency that can outlive political term limits.
-- Voelz Chandler wonders if Denver's Take Five Environmental Pledge is just window dressing.
-- An eyeful of eco buildings on view until Saturday at Grand Designs Live London.
-- van Ryzin finds Austin's reborn performing arts center "common-sense elegance and fun, a sharp rethinking of what design and architecture can do - must do - to remain relevant."
-- Dillon says Dallas Pavilion Project proves that "the small and fragile parts of the city are as important as the arenas and skyscrapers."
-- Europan 9 winner finally picked.
-- A Boston star heads to University of Michigan.
-- FOA revolutionizes retail design.
-- A profile of Fobert: "one of architecture's bright sparks."
-- Searle is a bit snarky about 5 porposals for Ebbsfleet Landmark: "a bloody big sculpture on a hillside to make people remember where it is." -- An eyeful of just what he's talking about.
-- Two takes (and pix) on V&A's upcoming "Cold War Modern: Design 1945-70" show.
-- Two we couldn't resist: Hadid's ultimate toy: a $344,000 slide. -- Vote for the world's top public intellectuals (Koolhaas on the ballot - who has also been named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World).

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