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Today's News - September 14, 2005

Debate about the fate of New Orleans continues. -- European cities already building with global warming in mind. -- A mixed shortlist for the best Scottish building. -- Big plans for Glasgow's River Clyde neighborhood. -- Cleveland museum expansion is a go. -- RIBA chief calls architecture shows "crap" (and has a not-so-polite title for an exhibition). -- Upcoming AIA San Francisco Home Tours "make a case for letting architects rule the world." -- Hadid makes jaws drop in Copenhagen. -- Libeskind says architecture is about communication. -- Eisenman says architects must rethink how architecture communicates. -- Rios on a California roll. -- Rapson at 91 still hard at work.




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