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Today's News - August 10, 2006

An in-depth look at what happened/what's happening in New Orleans (and New Urbanists are relegated to being a "pod of consultants - this time a mélange of architects and planners from Miami and the city"). -- Study of the 1960 earthquake in Morocco sheds light on how cultural beliefs shape rebuilding. -- Bruegmann and Kotkin take on urban vs. suburban. -- Rybczynski asks why so many important buildings are "flops" and "what is an iconic building, anyway?" -- A not-so-nice take on Tate 2's "pile of boxes" (where's Derrida when you need him?). -- Time to shift the memorial paradigm: "No more Ground Zeros of memory." -- Javits Convention Center expansion gets a green light (sort of). -- Ouroussoff finds a new Arizona stadium is a bit too polite (blame it on value engineering - not its "ornery architect"). -- Rochon finds a "delicious and inviting" village rises on the shores of Lake Ontario. -- The future of educational spaces investigated at University of Queensland. -- Another glass tower for Liverpool waterfront. -- Thom takes on technology complex. -- P/A Awards call for entries.

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