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Today's News - December 30, 2004

We offer two articles as guides to those of you who would like to help in the tsunami disaster. -- Architecture students help the disabled. -- Two more year-in-reviews. -- Alaska looks forward to its own Bilbao effect. -- One architect takes on three Florida museums. -- L.A. likes its newest library. -- Cheaper may be better for Bay Bridge design. -- Whatever happened to "awesome grandeur" in church design in Australia? -- One little church in California gets it right. -- San Antonio unsure if new hotel will be eye-catching or an eyesore. -- An award-winning architect in India bemoans popular fads, imitations of traditions, and the lack of serious writing about architecture in the media. -- Reading list: thumbs up (mostly) for books about the WTC and FLW. -- Gehry exhibition lacks explanation, unfortunately.


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