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Today's News - September 30, 2004

Let the High Line be the High Line: finalists in competition to design Manhattan's High Line have (with one exception) a "misplaced prejudice for buildings." -- University in Las Vegas has big plans (hopefully, they include aesthetics). -- An urban advocate calls for an end to anti-urban policies in Canada. -- Budget gets bigger for Beijing's CCTV tower (its "bizarre architecture" will cost over $2,100/sq. meter in a country where the average is @ $362/sq. meter). -- Three finalists for museum in Bellingham, Washington. -- A glowing golden building proposed for Glasgow. -- Canadian consortium wins big in Kuwait. -- New urbanism on the reservation. -- London's National Gallery conjures an almost invisible new wing. -- Vision for college in Edinburgh considered by some to be not very visionary. -- City in Transylvania named World Heritage site (but what about the rest of the country?). -- Libeskind's new tome has heroes and villains

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