George Lucas’s museum plans face opposition in Chicago. The urban planning around L.A.’s new NFL station is kind of nonexistent. And all art world eyes have been glued to a gallery fraud trial in New York. Plus: The destruction of Yemen’s cultural heritage; Zaha Hadid takes home an architectural medal; and the state of monument design in Washington, D.C. Here’s the Roundup:
— Setback for George Lucas’s Chicago museum: a judge has ruled that a lawsuit by a park preservation group can proceed.