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Today's News - September 28, 2005

Thoughts on what to rebuild - and not rebuild - in New Orleans. -- A call for the "graceful and sensitive" cultural building to be built at Ground Zero - whether it's the International Freedom Center or not. -- NYC's Javits Center picks U.K./U.S. team for expansion. -- Attention to inner-city regeneration leaves the 'burbs neglected. -- But perhaps not. -- What Charlotte has that Nashville needs more of: aggressively redefining its urban core. -- Chicago inspires Davenport, IA's riverfront revival (and a mostly-positive review for the city's new museum and bridge). -- High hopes for (but perhaps too much - or not enough -- pink?) for Hundertwasser project in Magdeburg, Germany. -- Architects' HQ in Seattle with lots of fresh air (and no air conditioning). -- National Preservation Conference puts Portland, OR, in the spotlight. -- Niemeyer on Niemeyer: "I am a small voice."




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