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Today's News - January 3, 2005

Happy New Year!!! This week, ArcSpace takes us to Italy, Mexico, and London. -- A TV show whose time should not come: "After the appalling vision of the Twin Towers reduced to rubble or the tsunamis in the Indian Ocean, how can anybody find even a hint of the celebratory in watching a building erased from the world?" -- Chicago, L.A., and Toronto preview the coming year. -- Portland has great design talent, but lacks great design. -- Buffalo's waterfront a missed or hopeful opportunity. -- Millennium Park impact is a two-edged sword. -- Atlantic City doesn't want to be Las Vegas anymore. -- A Boston building with something for everyone. -- Architecture as a musical tool. -- Conquering Antarctica by design. -- High Line inspires re-use of another NYC elevated track. -- Historic preservation conference heading to Denver. -- Glasgow losing too many Victorian churches. -- Cass Gilbert made his mark.


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