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Today's News - May 12, 2005

Rather contentious news today… Are Ground Zero plans finally heading towards the last chapter? (Probably not…). -- Working out the kinks in WTC memorial in an Ontario backyard. -- It's modern vs. classical (with a bit of "galumphing" for historic U.K. hospital. -- San Francisco called a theme park for "the nomadic rich and restless leeches living off them." -- No, it's not. -- French billionaire; cancels museum plans, taking his dream to Venice instead. -- Big urban regeneration in Angeles City, Philippines with hopes for a Bilbao effect. -- Former mining town in France finally builds Corbu's third church (40 years later) - with hopes for a Bilbao effect. -- Alberta museum heading for a major makeover. -- A "remarkable" auto design studio we'll never get to see. -- College of New Rochelle building green for holistic wellness center. -- Go Goff! -- Great design doesn't happen in a day. -- We couldn't resist: draftsman caught using his deceased boss's stamp (good news: the buildings won't fall down).




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