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Finally we know who will be filling Nicolai Ouroussoff's shoes as the New York Times' architecture critic: Michael Kimmelman. He has been a critic, foreign correspondent, and columnist for the paper. And according to an internal Times memo, his interests are "“in how we live, in how buildings actually work, in city planning, public policy, neighborhoods, communities and characters, in architecture as a complex and contradictory discipline, a true generalist’s profession and synthetic art.” He starts this fall. Welcome to the dancefloor, sir. [Cityscapes]