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Venice couple charged with child cruelty

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Outer Banks gay festival stirs debate

NAGS HEAD, N.C., Feb. 14 (UPI) -- Organizers of the Outer Banks of North Carolina's first gay-pride festival say they are not intimidated by opposition.

High-rise fire has 1,200 seeking shelter

TORONTO, Sept. 26 (UPI) -- About 1,200 people forced from their homes by an intense high-rise fire in Toronto are uncertain about when they could return home, officials say.

Toronto reviews seniors' walking permits

TORONTO, Oct. 14 (UPI) -- The mayor of Toronto has called for a policy review after a group of senior citizens walking in a city park were told they needed a permit.
Opera singer Miller marries actress

Opera singer Miller marries actress

NEW YORK, Aug. 9 (UPI) -- U.S. opera singer David Miller of the group Il Divo married actress Sarah Joy Kabanuck in New York, his representative told People magazine exclusively.

Judge's Dad's Day thoughts lead to bail

MIAMI, June 25 (UPI) -- A judge who said he spent Father's Day pondering whether a Florida man accused of killing his wife should be deprived of his kids, granted him bail Thursday.

Toronto gets $950M for light rail

TORONTO, May 15 (UPI) -- Construction of a light-rail line along a major Toronto arterial road can begin, now that the city has received $950 million, officials said Friday.

Toronto mayor Twitters, but staff barred

TORONTO, March 24 (UPI) -- Some 46,000 city of Toronto employees are barred from using social networking sites on the job but Mayor David Miller is a big user of the Twitter Web site.

Toronto to impose fee on plastic bags

TORONTO, Dec. 3 (UPI) -- Toronto city councilors voted to impose a 5-cent fee on plastic shopping bags at supermarkets next year to help with landfill costs.

Toronto imposes new tax on cars

TORONTO, Sept. 1 (UPI) -- Vehicle owners in Toronto awoke Labor Day Monday to a new $60 city surtax for their annual license plate renewals.

Toronto orders two shooting ranges out

TORONTO, June 24 (UPI) -- Toronto's city council, in a bid to clamp down on gun violence, approved canceling the leases of two shooting ranges operating on city property.

Iowa officials fight flood from armory

JOHNSTON, Iowa, June 15 (UPI) -- Iowa has been coordinating its response to the devastating floods from a National Guard armory about 10 miles northwest of the state capital.

Gun-weary mayor wants shooting ranges out

TORONTO, May 27 (UPI) -- The mayor of Toronto has set his sights on closing down recreational shooting ranges in the city to reduce the number of weapons in circulation.
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David E. Miller (born 1944) is a notable Seattle architect. He is a co-founder, with Robert Hull of the Miller/Hull Partnership--a leading Pacific Northwest firm, an architecture professor at the University of Washington, and, since January 2007, has been Chair of the UW Department of Architecture.

Miller was born in Des Moines, Iowa. He received a Bachelor of Architecture B.Arch. from Washington State University in 1968, the worked in Brasilia as a Peace Corps volunteer. He next studied at the University of Illinois and received his Master of Architecture M.Arch. in 1972. After graduation, Miller worked for Canadian architect Arthur Erickson. He moved to Seattle in 1977 to open a branch office of Rhone & Iredale. In 1980, Miller and Robert Hull took the office independent and renamed it the Miller/Hull Partnership.

Miller/Hull established a reputation for buildings that were Modern, but which drew upon the heritage of Pacific Northwest architecture. The firm was particularly successful in winning commissions for public and institutional buildings as well as designing single-family residences. Their work has garnered numerous local, regional and national design awards.

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