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Today's News - March 9, 2006

We lose a master of modernism and tributes abound. -- It isn't the architecture that's keeping Kimmel from being successful. -- Two takes from both sides of the pond re: Richard Rogers brouhaha: NYC Jewish groups seem satisfied but some politicians won't let go. -- New Urbanists better not open their door too wide to modernists. -- Berlin's grand new railway station almost ready for its close-up while the architect sues. -- Switching tracks with architects for NYC's Farley Post Office transformation. -- Gambling for London Hippodrome salvation. -- A medical building boom for Stanford University. -- Graham Foundation names new director (a woman - and from NYC - double-gasp!). -- Sottsass as a master of delight. -- Study finds international job assignments will have significant implications for housing and destination services.

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