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Today's News - May 11, 2006

America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places, from New Orleans to Ground Zero. -- WTC memorial woes: promises of fidelity to "vision" (not "design"). -- In Cleveland, better to re-use a Breuer building than bulldoze it. -- Canadian developers catching "green" fever. -- A British minister caught in double-speak: "breathtaking hypocrisy" regarding housing developments (a NIMBY-ist at heart?). -- Another massive urban development planned for Dubai. -- Real-time maps could make cities more livable. -- Austin's newest skyscraper will be "a sleek, flared glass tower." -- A new Dublin gallery makes art sing. -- Lectures in Tel Aviv introduce Israelis to Abalos and Herreros; and Betsky lands "a punch in the face of the Israeli world of planning and architecture." -- Q&A with Mike Davis/"Planet of Slums." -- Long live Jane Jacobs (but perhaps she should have spent more time in Brooklyn and Queens than Greenwich Village). -- Stardom finally finds "the most prolific designer you've never heard of."

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