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Today's News - October 19, 2005

Planners of the future should be "liaisons between empowered property owners and the greater public." -- Architects and urban planners emerge "bleary-eyed" from six days of planning sessions in Mississippi with "nagging question was whether any of these proposals would ever be realized." -- A call for a national competition for emergency housing. -- Memorial space and Ground Zero just gets bigger. -- National Gallery of Australia expansion could be heading towards "costly and embarrassing legal delay." -- Another thumbs-up for San Francisco's de Young Museum (even if collection isn't stellar). -- An Irish town has big plans for a new town center. -- A Milwaukee train station is "Modernism gone bad" (but there's some good worth keeping). -- Debate at University of Virginia is not traditional vs. contemporary so much as opposition to mediocre architecture. -- The art scene soars with new university center in North Carolina. -- A new music center for California university should hit all the right notes. -- Another piece of Manhattan waterfront reclaimed. -- Q&A with Nasser Rabbat: New questions about the history of Islamic architecture offer a fresh perspective on cultural identity. -- Q&A with Charles Jencks: what is an iconic building? -- Two takes on Calatrava show at the Met. -- Two deadlines for awards and grants.




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