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Today's News - July 15, 2005

Sorkin sets his sights on stadiums. -- A 20-year regeneration project will make Salford, U.K., a pedestrian-friendly community. -- Eastern India's largest real estate project to be "the most extravagant development in this part of the world." -- Toronto's ROM raises a "crystal" that raises the bar as the city's "wow" center. -- Big plans for Alabama's Gulf Coast. -- A retrospective in Tel Aviv gives an Israeli architect his due. -- Thumbs-down for Safdie documentary. -- Pei waxes poetic about Jefferson and citizenship. -- Wright's Hollyhock House finally re-opens its doors. -- Preservation conference heading to Oregon this fall.




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