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Today's News - September 8, 2005

Planning to make New Orleans better than it was. -- Can design make us safe? -- Tallying the historic losses in Mississippi. -- A winning design for 9/11 Flight 93 National Memorial. -- Troubles continue to brew for the four cultural structures planned for WTC site. -- Tacoma has a second chance to shape its waterfront (and some architects pull no punches). -- In case of war, what U.K. cultural treasures should be saved - and which ones destroyed. -- High hopes to save the heart of a classic Las Vegas "googie" motel lobby. -- Italian architects protest foreign invasion (but what do you do if it's the foreigners winning the competitions?). -- Case Western dorm is "brilliant" (except for its "gabled roofs, quasi-medieval bay windows and faintly ecclesiastical flavor"). -- A high-density project wins big in Australia. -- Can Gehry bring the Bilbao effect to a small Danish town? -- A new tome on Louis I. Kahn is worth its (5-pound) weight.




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