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Today's News - June 30, 2005

Freedom Tower at Ground Zero: a sampling of reviews and editorials (weighing in on the side of bleak, sorry to say). -- Balancing security and aesthetics in Washington, DC, "have made this city of magnificent vistas a bit less magnificent." -- Eminent domain ruling raises hackles and fear. -- Permission granted to remove 2 Columbus Circle façade - and another to dismantle the interior. -- On a brighter note (thankfully): Norten loves New York (and vice versa). -- Another rousing thumbs-up for Serpentine's "tortoise." -- Walker walks away with first Jellicoe Gold Medal.




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