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Today's News - August 15, 2006

Katrina Index: a one-year review of recovery in New Orleans. -- A call for India to call on architectural greats to design Taj's for today. -- With a Jerde mall "only just the right side of Disney" and Hadid about to morph its waterfront, Dyckhoff asks: is Istanbul the next Dubai? -- A new port deal gives new life to Thames Gateway regeneration project. -- Review of land use regulations in top 50 U.S. metropolitan areas: "from exclusionary and restrictive to innovative and accommodating." -- Seattle mayor backs (vertical) urban density, but there are skeptics. -- Architects embrace "evidence-based design" in healthcare design innovations - and it's saving lives. -- A stellar team takes on a new campus for an old school near Philadelphia. -- A "ninth-inning good idea" for Brooklyn's new cultural district. -- In San Francisco, King gets a peek at Shangri-La (but "those trees can't come too soon"). -- After years of false starts, it looks like there might be life for last vacant lot in Times Square. -- Florida Southern College does right by Wright. -- A Canadian architect joins the "international big leagues." -- The woman who revolutionized the "retro-revolutionary movement in American ballpark design." -- Survey about consumer attitudes towards public green space (shows we can't run too many "green" stories!). -- Yale students take on Brooklyn's Red Hook without getting caught up in any of that "real-world stuff." -- Open call for entries for exhibition of public projects in NYC.

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