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Today's News - September 29, 2005

It's final: it's a no-go for museum at Ground Zero. -- Team of five tapped to guide New Orleans rebuilding plans. -- Mayors from around the world gather in Seoul to discuss urban sustainability. -- Chicago mayor tapped as 2005 National Design Awards Design Patron. -- High hopes as San Francisco's newest neighborhood rises. -- Who will save Moscow's avant garde masterpieces? -- Not all are pleased with plans to demolish a Gehry university building. -- Some not-so-kind words about Libeskind's condo tower in Toronto. -- The architect is "perplexed by reaction." -- Some kind words for Art Gallery of Ontario's audience-friendly attitude by Gehry. -- Some Romans still riled about monument by Meier. -- A university for the deaf and hard of hearing taps an expert for new building. -- Word has it that Toyo Ito has garnered the RIBA Royal Gold Medal; there's sure to be news about by tomorrow.




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