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Today's News - August 18, 2006

Beirut's Garden of Forgiveness put on hold. -- Perth in the market for some personality -- investment in cultural infrastructure might help (along with some world-class architecture). -- The spectacle rising on Dublin's Docklands. -- Images released for River Avon pedestrian bridge proposals (but some think Shakespeare will turn over in his grave). -- The founder of America's first post-war planned community looks back, looks forward. -- Sasaki sees sustainable as the way to go. -- Call for entries for innovation in affordable housing. Weekend diversions: Inside Holl's MIT's "sponge" at CCA, and a stream of views of the L.A. River in L.A.

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