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Today's News - January 25, 2005

Santa Fe issues RFQ for new civic center. -- A study looks at the effect of science centers and museums on communities. -- Starchitects: is it talent or marketing? -- A new development embraces New Urbanism - and a bit too much nostalgia. -- The fate of Halprin's "Water Garden" to be decided: a refuge or eyesore? -- New Las Vegas home for Cirque du Soleil is an "outré coup de theatre." -- A new Sikh temple in California shaping local architecture. -- Hadid's museum project in Rome facing money difficulties. -- Tate St Ives gets a new gallery. -- Meier takes on steak house in Beverly Hills. -- Old churches for sale and re-use in Boston. -- Libeskind discusses his vision for Toronto's Hummingbird Centre. -- Maverick architect in Japan builds a "wacky" tree house refuge. -- Washington University in St. Louis creates a new school of architecture and design.

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