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Today's News - March 7, 2006

Proposals to prepare for future Katrina-like mega-disasters. -- A call for planners to seek more answers about 9/11. -- A call to stop the foot-dragging for offshore Cape Wind farm in Massachusetts. -- WindsCape competition winners offer some intriguing ideas. -- Asian architecture should reflect heritage - and use more local talent. -- What happens when "a nation is afraid of having a memory": a lesson (not justfor Turkey) from Beirut. -- Edgy new buildings don't have to clash with historic downtowns. -- Miami takes a big step toward preserving its MiMo. -- Battle lines are drawn between nature and development in the LA hills. -- NASCAR picks Charlotte for Hall of Fame. -- New York's third great urban landscape taking shape. -- The tangled tale of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center finally takes a rational turn. -- A Mackintosh gem trumps "two-minute wonders and wannabe icons."




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