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Today's News - June 27, 2005

Will it be freedom or censorship at Ground Zero (frightening implications, indeed!). -- Comparing two Holocaust memorials in Berlin. -- Move over Bilbao - we now have the Millennium Park effect. -- Mann Auditorium: plans will "distort the features of the most purebred building that "white architecture" ever gave to Tel Aviv" says the architect's son; using acoustics to spin a distraction. -- Memorial Coliseum in Texas once praised now threatened. -- High hopes for reuse of another Texas stadium. -- It might be a win/win for the Mets and New York and the Olympics (we'll know next week). -- Coney Island stadium not the development spark the neighborhood hoped it would be. -- "Striking" new Baltimore museum captures "soaring spirit of African-Americans in Maryland." -- 7 World Trade Center built to be noticed (if only people would move in). -- Dubai as architects' playpen. -- Siza seizes Serpentine's day. -- Norten wow's 'em in (and is wowed by) New York.


 

 

 

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