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Today’s News - Thursday, September 11, 2008

•   On the 7th anniversary of 9/11, three very thoughtful takes on what's going on at Ground Zero and what we can look forward to; Calatrava is a bit frustrated to say the least: "I do not say that New York will get the station it deserves, but it will get the station it wants."

•   Some concern that China's building boom may be waning.

•   A Cambodian city getting cooler by design.

•   A Yale study group takes on Las Vegas.

•   Hume on Toronto's bid for the Pan American Games - budget won't allow for a Bird's Nest: "Now that really would have been something to get excited about."

•   Saffron has high hopes that Philly's casino plans may shift from the riverfront to downtown.

•   A copycat design of British school does not make AHMM happy - but not much to be done about it (word of advice: get it in writing).

•   Morrison makes move to help shed the profession's "old boys club" image.

•   Praise for changes in AICP certification more affordable and accessible - but more to be done.

•   Menking et al are blogging from Venice.

•   West Coast Green teams with San Jose and the city's Green Vision goals.



  


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