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Today's News - August 30, 2005

U.K. streets to get more "women friendly" (we like the idea of a safe place to "have a cry if they were having a bad day"). -- Beijing's quest to become a livable city. -- Green architecture and climate change: "We have to act now. Time is running out." -- Modern Damascus turning Old Damascus into a Disneyland for tourists. -- Once restored Old City of Hebron falling back into ruins. -- Debating the fate of Gaza synagogues. -- A new urbanist neighborhood is "really old urbanism without the crumbling plaster and leaky pipes." -- A new "neighborhood" for the deaf, hard of hearing. -- A new Dubai community on a man-made hill. -- California's "greenest" campus. -- Pushing the boundaries of stadium engineering. -- Architects as "part surgeons, part beauticians" in re-do of a Melbourne shopping center "which has not stood the test of time." -- New Orleans may be in rough shape after Katrina, but there are high hopes for a new Trump tower (once again, the architect is not named). -- Call for entries for NAHB Green Building Awards. -- A new book examines Kahn.




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