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Today's News - September 14, 2006

Field notes from the Venice Biennale, Part 2. -- Ouroussoff sees Biennale as "a window on a dystopian future" instead of inspired architecture. -- Five reasons to visit Ground Zero now. -- Two big projects in Edinburgh: a garage site to become a "Little Venice," and two new villages for Leith Docks. -- Auckland trying to decide where the 2011 Rugby World Cup should be played. -- MIT's building boom. -- New park plans for Dallas Arts District doesn't live up to the buildings going up around it. -- New York's largest green roof is a breath of fresh air. -- UCLA celebrates its new arts center. -- Washington, DC, may not be ready for a Holl, but he does have a Swiss party pad on foreign soil. -- Goldberger offers an interesting take on Hadid at the Guggenheim: a battle of the stars. -- A new bridge in Providence spans the river with flair. -- The glass ceiling for British women in architecture (never mind engineering). -- California's "Fantasy Islands" are as intriguing as ever.

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