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Today's News - August 22, 2006

Iconicity in design can win consumers. -- LMDC exits, leaving a mixed legacy and loose ends at Ground Zero, but there's still "a chance to yet win the game." -- Reston Town Center is a history lesson for today's urban planners. -- Trying to "tame the parking beast." -- In Newfoundland can be found "one of the world's great small museums." -- Toledo's new Glass Pavilion ready for its close-up. -- Yale: the "new Athens of America." -- A new geriatric center is a "radical departure" from typical (ward-like) nursing homes. -- Richard Rogers roars with Venice Biennale's Golden Lion award. -- BusinessWeek/Architectural Record and Brick in Architecture winners announced. -- Call for entries for international skyscraper competition. -- Architecture and the City: a good reason to be in San Francisco in September. -- One we couldn't resist: drug tunnel architect gets 18 years.

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