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Today's News - May 24, 2005

L.A.'s Grand Avenue has grand plans (but the devil is in the details). -- Whitney has Plan B to assuage preservationists. -- UNESCO, "guardian of world culture," finally restoring its own HQ. -- It's official: Corcoran expansion plans by Gehry shelved. -- Kamin wastes no ink on Trump; IIT restoration far more significant. -- Kansas City arena value-engineers out edges and light show (before/after images very telling). -- C2C homes about to spring from the drawing board. -- Dallas discovers bigger isn't always better. -- University of Kansas students put their learning into practice to revitalize a neighborhood. -- A firm that puts its money where its mouth is in encouraging minority architects. -- Nouvel wow's them in Israel (and says he and Koolhaas live on different planets). -- Planners have more power than they think (or should, anyway). -- Millennium Park's Ed Uhlir takes home a prize.




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