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Today's News - September 28, 2006

Huxtable minces no words in her assessment of current plans for Ground Zero. -- Meanwhile, the debate over Ground Zero has taken architecture out of its elitist tower and pushed it "into the 'conversation of the city'." -- Let's not forget the birds. -- Starchitects invited to reinvent New Orleans riverfront (pralines and "Da Mayor in Your Pocket" included). -- RFQ/P for New Orleans riverfront reinvention (you don't have to be a star). -- San Francisco's "tall mall" a model for us all? -- Hawthorne digs the idea for a new LA subway. -- Viñoly's Janelia Farm Research Campus is the perfect ivory (non)tower for "blue-sky, long-range research." -- Ito to deliver the arts for Berkeley. -- New museum is a nice surprise for Surprise, AZ. -- Hadid gets her due at the Guggenheim in a chronicle of her "30-year pursuit of the impossible." -- Hong Kong makes its first appearance at Venice Biennale showing the city's essence in its details. -- Canstruction makes its LA debut. -- Call for entries: design excellence in the classical tradition; and the meaning of color (as long as it's in Australia).

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