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Today's News - June 7, 2005

This month, SMPS offers lively advice on how to avoid deadly presentations. -- Architects fear they may become "splendidly irrelevant, if not extinct." -- Of the hundreds of reports about the Olympics Committee faves, the one with the best perspective was buried in the sports section. -- Ground Zero redesign: bunker mentality meets high design (maybe). -- Norten wins Guggenheim Guadalajara (but it's only part of a feasibility study - haven't we heard that before?). -- An in-depth look at Chicago's big building boom - some "splendid," some "a festival of banality." -- With soaring construction costs, "value engineering" is at the top of the lexicon once again. -- Praise for preservationists but a plea to take a second look at Foster's Patent Office canopy. -- A vision for "environmental bridge" for Oregon's Columbia River - but don't cross the Oregon Board of Architectural Examiners. -- Kansas City stadium design continues to make heads turn (towards Munich and Beijing). -- Jenks on life, the universe, and gardening. -- Reno to add to its skyline. -- Call for entries: Cultural Center of the Philippines District and AR Emerging Architecture. -- ULI European winners announced. -- National Building Museum teaches kids how good design makes good communities. -- A touch of humor: Egos rising.

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