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Today's News - December 14, 2005

Gulf Coast recovery: whose backyards should all those trailers be parked in? -- Casinos promise to rebuild, but is it all good news for the locals? -- U.S. report says affordable housing is unsupportable. -- Culture and commerce still at odds at Ground Zero. -- Now for some good news: architects from Boston, Perth, and London win competitions in Korea, Pakistan, and Northumberland. -- Liverpool loves its new "Bling Bling" building. -- In Charlotte, kids are having too much fun to worry if they're in a library, a museum, or a theater. -- SoHo lofts taking root in suburbia. -- Mid-20th-centry suburbs gain stature and preservationists praise. -- Why Rockefeller Center works as a mega-urban space. -- AIA's 82nd President takes office (editor's note: We welcome a goodly number of AIAS members; we hope you find ANN interesting, informative - and even inspiring).




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