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Today's News - March 29, 2005

A new museum in Jerusalem tells a dark story, and then bursts through to the light. -- A comprehensive look at Israeli architecture, 1948-1973. -- Niemeyer at 97 still shaping Brazil. -- Help wanted: designer for pavilion on Boston's new Greenway. -- "Enterprise environmentalism" and spiritual ecology needed to revitalize the environmental movement. -- Wal-Mart pitches green design for Vancouver (but the city still may say no). -- The NOAA Satellite Operations Center is a "NOAA's ark," green roof and all. -- New train and bus stations assure "Melbourne's reputation as Australia's architecture city," roller-coaster roof and all. -- Just what Pisa needs: another leaning tower (that leans on purpose). -- Healthcare design a growing specialty in India. -- Kansas City stadium design team continues its musical chairs game. -- New Kyoto State Guesthouse will come alive when guests arrive. -- A San Antonio bus shelter draws gripes and claims of "squandermania." -- Winnipeg wants something friendlier than concrete barriers on busy corner.




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