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Today's News - February 21, 2005

A personal take on The Gates (I'll leave it to the pundits to praise or criticize for posterity.) -- ArcSpace takes us to Calatrava's concert hall in Atlanta and a cool Rockwell hotel in NYC. -- A once and future competition returns to Britain. -- In GSA competition: you win; surprise: you didn't. -- Kansas City still not sold on its Holl's museum expansion. -- But he does take home a prize in Boston (even though the students are competing to redesign). -- Skyscrapers set to soar in South Bank, U.K., and Los Angeles. -- Toronto just not getting the Times Square thing right. -- Foster takes on a pyramid. -- Does Petra (and Stonehenge) really need a visitors center? -- An architect of big buildings has bigger dreams. -- The "devil is in the details" for 9/11 memorial. -- In New Zealand, an underground garage gets its roof propped up to support festival on top. -- A forum examines how to translate research of therapeutic environments into reality. -- A March gathering explores "Renewing Tradition for the 21st Century." -- We couldn't resist: meet Hargo and his cat (Central Park isn't the only place with gates).

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