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Today's News - September 20, 2004

China scales back and halts some very major projects, and a new web site collects Beijing's truly bad buildings. -- Indianapolis could use some star power on its skyline, according to Stern. -- Conflict of interest stirs a row in Edinburgh. -- A challenge to Smart Land Use movement: time to move further. -- Challenges and opportunities in affordable housing. -- It's a downward spin for Libeskind's Spiral (and pages from his diary - obviously not last week's). -- Denver's newest museum to be bigger and costlier (should we be surprised?). -- The Institute of Architects of Pakistan protest demolition of historic courthouse wing. -- There's a place for traditional design in future development. -- Architects eye new university arts center: Gothic flavor favored - or not. -- Alsop's "whimsical sauntering box" raises the bar for architecture in Toronto. -- A Gropius treasure in Pittsburgh ready for the limelight. -- Clinton presidential library is not a double-wide (or is it?). -- Exhibition of federal design projects displays the hits - and misses.

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