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Today's News - September 26, 2006

Ouroussoff visits three American cities using architecture to mend a torn urban fabric. -- Fukuoka's collection of modern masters. -- San Francisco's sod-in has lessons for us all. -- MIT's fab tree lab is a green home from the roots up. -- Lincoln Center's "forlorn street" finally sees the sun. -- More about Wright's Florida Southern College restoration. -- Not everyone in Barton Myers's hometown is welcoming with open arms. -- In Chicago, historic neighborhood making a comeback with a high-rise influx; and hidden gems on campuses. -- Old San Francisco dome has a new home. -- A chapel rises in a campus woods. -- Pacific Northwest architects make corrugated cool. -- Kamin finds "Massive Change" is "one of the most stimulating design exhibitions in a long time." -- A national housing innovator takes on NYC. -- The Queens Award for green architects. -- Kapoor as artist and architect. -- Edinburgh Doors Open Day opens soon.

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