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Today's News - November 16, 2004

Goldberger waxes poetic about the streets of New York. -- Speaking of which…MoMA's debut spawning hundreds of reviews (we're choosing judiciously). -- The world's most breathtaking bridge (literally and figuratively). -- Clinton Library is its own bridge. -- A massive building on Columbus Circle (sort of) fits where it doesn't belong. -- Shipping containers gaining attention. -- Cardiff's Millennium Centre called a "beast by the bay, a slug, etc." -- Security requirements make new bank building not a very welcoming neighbor in Kansas City. -- It's down to the wire for three finalists in European Central Bank design competition. -- Competition results in India raising some eyebrows. -- Big plans for an ideal community in Texas. -- The (lost and found) legacy of Joseph Urban. -- Wonders and blunders in Battersea. -- Josef and Anni Albers share the stage at Cooper-Hewitt.

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