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Today's News - September 29, 2004

Good news/bad news: Philadelphia's Liberty Bell pavilion saved (we hope) by the bell, but a "quirky" little "lovable oddity" in New York faces the wrecking ball (even the architect says it will be replaced by "a perfectly fine, generic building" -- now there's progress). -- Kansas City wins suit to keep public out of arena presentations; claims opening to the public would "dumb down" the process (now there's a strategy for winning friends). -- Dubai's newest landmark: a themed mega-mall offering visitors "a historical view of 14th century architecture." -- Scotland's Royal Museum heads for major overhaul. -- Virginia gets its first LEED-certified college building. -- Bauhaus Dessau Foundation offers conference for young planners. -- Travis explains the "Black aesthetic" in architecture. -- Scottsdale hosts Mockbee/Rural Studio (the "Redneck Taliesin") exhibit. -- A centennial celebration of Julia Morgan's licensing in California. -- A look at Saarinen's non-formulaic style ("unlike many notable modern architects…" and they're named). -- Aalto still in style.

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