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Today's News - January 11, 2006

How important are young people to urban regeneration? -- New Bronx library has "alighted like a flying saucer in a cornfield." -- Exiled from Ground Zero, the Drawing Center finds a new home (it hopes). -- A boxy tower has a "tough but refined beauty that makes Chicago Chicago." -- The tower soars, but the partnership that designed it sinks. -- A cautionary tale for architects taking on "massive and politically difficult urban projects." -- Another Chicago area architectural gem goes up in flames. -- BusinessWeek/Architectural Record Awards relaunch after a three-year hiatus. -- Cooper-Hewitt to showcase Israeli designers. -- Book on Chicago architecture newly revised and totally satisfying.




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