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Sad Goodbyes

Ada Louise Huxtable, the reigning queen of architecture criticism since she began at the NY Times in 1963, died yesterday at age 91. Although famous for many delicious quips, she's perhaps most notable to Miamians for lambasting Morris Lapidus, one of Miami's best loved architects, in a piece entitled "Every Room Is Lapidus In Bloom." Curbed NY has seven of her other great lines from the grand lady's long career. [Curbed NY]