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Today's News - September 7, 2006

Fine-tuning Nashville's new concert hall. -- Security lessons learned from 9/11. -- Cultural plans still cloudy at Ground Zero. -- An exhibit celebrates the Twin Towers. -- A number of pro's review the Gulf Coast one year after Katrina. -- The New American Village could be a model for rebuilding communities on the Gulf Coast. -- Is new urbanism a "millennial version of Mayberry"? -- Plans for n underground visitors center for Vietnam Memorial are just too over the top. -- Australia struts its architectural stuff in Venice in a shack-like building. -- Princeton adds Moneo to its architectural firmament. -- Big plans finally get green light in Sligo. -- Biophilic design takes root. -- An Australian architect rooted in Singapore. -- Two Irish architects have an unusual solution to lessen environmental impact of building boom. -- Adjaye divides and conquers. -- GSA hires another architect for a newly created post. -- A modest California Modernist deserves more recognition. -- Chicago exhibits prove that the city's "green" idealism and rhetoric are beginning to translate into concrete results.

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