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Today's News - July 19, 2005

Swarthmore's green science center is a campus magnet. -- Gehry and Grand Avenue: Norman Lear Center and LA Times (with unusual spot of humor) put out a call for ideas for 16-acre park. -- At least the Serpentine Gallery offers an outlet for adventurous architecture in London. -- Manhattan's Penn Station plan (finally) pulls a team together. -- British team beats out the big names in arctic base competition. -- Finalists selected for transformation of Charlottesville, VA, trailer court into a "green" - and affordable - community. -- More on Meier's San Jose City Hall: a "metaphor for government transparency" (too bad it's just a metaphor). -- Home runs too easy to hit in Philadelphia: whose fault is it anyway? -- Time for Portland to consider exporting its "creative economy." -- Hadid wins in Nicosia - but will it be built? -- Call for entries for Seniors Housing Awards. -- The man behind the design of "little houses made of ticky-tacky" - not as ticky-tacky as they were once considered.




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