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Today's News - January 21, 2005

Four visions for Alaska's capitol building. -- Can modest architecture still make magic? -- There's more to making places than just good architecture. -- Developers seriously beginning to think outside the box. -- Can grand plans for a Scottish treasure get out from under the red tape? -- Should China's "garden of gardens" be restored? -- Savannah's new museum worth the wait. -- In praise of the lowly strip mall. -- Two women architects in Iraq take different paths. -- Alsop's vision of the "SuperCity" worth a look. -- Guggenheim's "McDonaldisation" costs it a most generous angel. -- Deadline looms for Next Generation Design Competition. -- Boston Society of Architects offers research grants. -- Christo's The Gates "largest artwork since the Sphinx" but what does it mean?

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