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Today's News - November 8, 2004

ArcSpace visits a sports facility in Mexico that responds to the weather. -- Goldberger and Updike wax poetic about the new MoMA. -- Modernist heritage under siege in Toronto and Lebanon. -- Shanghai is a city on construction steroids, where "preserving the past and planning for the future are rarely part of the architect's vision." -- Berlin's building binge pays off. -- A welcome taste of Modernism in Philadelphia. -- An "astonishing new landmark" in Washington, DC (and it's oh-so-green, too). -- Despite the nay-sayers, good architecture for public building is a good urban investment for Cleveland. -- Creative new digs for Alvin Ailey dancers. -- Experts say the Taj Mahal is not tilting. -- Industrial archeology incorporated into waterfront parks. -- A wrecking ball aimed at another Times Square stalwart. -- Libeskind still smiling in New York and Toronto.

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