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Today's News - September 6, 2006

An exhibition looks at modern cities at play. -- Goldberger offers a rather disheartening appraisal of Ground Zero five years later. -- At least a temporary 9/11 tribute center is ready to open. -- GSA picks a traditionalist as chief architect; some are pleased, others not. -- Suit filed to scale back Whitney Museum expansion, what some consider a metal filing cabinet. -- Miami Art Museum will announce its handful of finalists for expansion plans tomorrow. -- Libeskind makes his point in Denver with "the most captivating building to appear in the U.S. in a while." -- Do trips to Paris mean the Louvre will follow the Guggenheim to Abu Dhabi? -- It's not just sprawl that worries Gould, it's the "ugliness of so much of it." -- Atlanta's big, green plans for the Beltline had humble beginnings. -- Greening "glitter gulch" (a.k.a. Las Vegas). -- A jaded critic sees hope for the future in a college campus building. -- University of Georgia students opt for LEED. -- AIA COTE study looks at ecological literacy in architectural education. -- In Greece, shopping malls use architecture to impress. -- Muschamp's favorite skyline is made of perfume bottles. -- A cardboard zendo in the desert. -- The tragic tale of Louis Sullivan.

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