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Today's News - September 22, 2005

As everyone holds their breath as Hurricane Rita heads for Texas coast, several more takes on recovery in New Orleans: could it be a city that actually dies? -- Lessons from Grand Forks: "the secondary, real disaster was the recovery." -- A call to not let history (and the shotgun house) fall victim to urban renewal. -- NYC to get street furniture by Grimshaw (it took long enough, and not all are pleased). -- Ground Zero museum to plead its case today. -- Worsley assesses the last 10 years of the Stirling Prize, the "most maverick of the arts gongs." -- Not-so-kind words for design of Nashville federal courthouse. -- Why do bad buildings get built in Boise? -- Chicago's Marshall Field's to morph into Macy's: "just roadkill in Wal-Mart America." -- Yale students go solar for affordable housing. -- In San Francisco, a streetcar named Herb is "a model showing how to make culture and history part of a city's everyday life." -- Architecture For Humanity Chicago launches newsstand competition. -- RAIC launches APEC Architect Project in Asia. -- Big plans for a Vedic city in India. -- Fallingwater gate up for bid on eBay.




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