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Today's News - November 9, 2004

High design for lowly garbage in Hiroshima. -- Does SimCity stimulate city planning? -- Too much respect in Whitney's expansion plans? -- Saarinen finally getting his due. -- Diana's fountain too much work (and not much fun). -- Affordable housing project to rise in Aspen. -- Chicago suburb to get arena (courtesy of Sears), but not everyone is convinced it's a good idea. -- ArtsPark scheduled for Florida city. -- Danish architects offer insights into historic preservation in the Virgin Islands. -- Q&A with a "sustainable biz pioneer." -- San Francisco Green Festival a cornucopia of sustainability. -- Beijing bathrooms going from foul to fragrant (and a four-star rating system). -- Lawsuit claims Freedom Tower copyright infringement. -- U.S. Postal Service launches "Masterworks of Modern Architecture" stamp series.


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