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Today's News - August 2, 2005

This month, SMPS brings us sound advice from two PR pros. -- Skyscrapers being re-imagined "promising a vitality in tall-building architecture unseen since the 1930s." -- Living high in Scotland: concerns about "the way our cities are developing and where we house the people who fill them." -- Bilbao offers Toronto a serious lesson: "be bold or stay cold." -- Heritage on the mind: Istanbul bores a subway through its ancient heart. -- A conservation crisis looms for lack of skilled craftsmen. -- An architect - and preservationist - explains why Edward Durell Stone's 2 Columbus Circle doesn't warrant landmark status. -- Hadid wins juicy project in Spain. -- Niagara Falls, NY, grapples with eminent domain claim for tribal casino expansion. -- A small museum in Toronto with big ambitions promises to be a gem. -- An exhibition puts the spotlight on architects and designers who helped win World War II. -- 18th Annual Symposium on Healthcare Design coming up in Atlanta. -- Frank Lloyd Wright architecture school lures new dean from New York. -- A paint roller that paints in pixels.




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