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Today's News - May 19, 2005

Editor's note: Greetings from Las Vegas! ANN comes to you from AIA convention (travel yesterday did not allow posting). ----- We lose an engineer in the forefront of "green" building. -- Trump pans WTC plans (with such eloquence - not); his WTC II plans mostly panned. -- Good news for Toronto's historic buildings. -- Holyrood still suffering with a punch list that never ends. -- Will the Shanghai Kiss really spin? -- Buffalo's newest building carries high hopes for city's revival. -- Montreal's new library is a gem - on the inside. -- Herzog gets emotional (about soccer). -- Straw bales and stucco unite tribal and academic communities. -- Multiple military base closings may reshape many U.S. communities. -- Design grows up at ICFF. -- Bunshaft house heading for demolition? -- Mapping E. Fay Jones. -- Young architects on show in Jaffa. -- In Minneapolis, Gehry curates show of California pals.




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