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Today's News - August 23, 2006

Two anniversaries of two disasters too close together: Five years after 9/11, security still trumps design, "sucking the soul out of urban life." -- A one-year review of rebuilding progress in New Orleans. -- Greenwashing: what's just hot air and what's for real. -- Big plans afoot for Sheffield, U.K. -- Saffron reviews fifth casino proposal for Philadelphia: not the worst, just disappointing. -- As Foster's name becomes a household word in Russia, not all are pleased with his towering plans for Moscow. -- Hawthorne's take on Toledo Museum of Art's new Glass Pavilion: "restraint and an undeniable perfectionism…almost obsessively precise." -- A conversation with L.A. Planning Department's new head of historic preservation. -- HOK Sport's founder talks about what it was like to work with Eisenman (he was "pleasantly surprised"). -- Old amusement parks don't die - they just become condos and strip malls (isn't there a better fate?). -- Farrelly finds "fantasy is the common ground between architecture and film."

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