What do we call the architectural style of the last decade – can New York City’s new skyline even be labeled? Architect Rafael Viñoly and executive editor of The Architect’s Newspaper Julie Iovine try to make sense of it all at the Museum of the City of New York tomorrow, Tuesday, April 5, at 6:30 p.m. (Viñoly's recent projects in New York include Brooklyn College’s West Quad and the City College of New York’s architecture school building. The 121st Police Precinct stationhouse is underway, and a residential complex on the site of the former Domino Sugar Refinery in Brooklyn will likely break ground in 2011.) Reservations are required (if you mention Architectural Record, get the museum members’ discount). Click here for details.