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    NEW YORK CONSIDERS

    On a November, 2001 weekend, before the first frost, hundreds of New Yorkers planted thousands of daffodils in parks around the city. Next spring, the blossoming bulbs will provide a memorial to the hard season the city has endured, and to the people we have lost.

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    BLACKFRIARS SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSE

    The recent opening of the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia marks a tribute to the original Blackfriars, William Shakespeare's favorite indoor theater. The new building's interior displays an authenticity born of extensive research by its architect, Tom McLaughlin, AIA.

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    WASHINGTON CELEBRATES ARCHITECTURE

    "There are more important buildings in the nation's capital than you know. There is more innovation than you can imagine." With these words, the Washington D.C. chapter of the American Institute of Architects welcomed both public and professionals to its third annual of celebration "Architecture Week" this fall.

    Although most of the events were postponed because of the disasters in Washington, New York, and Pennsylvania, the celebration concluded recently as an affirmation of local architecture.

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    ART OF ANDO IN ST. LOUIS

    The new building for the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, designed by renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando, is a deceptively simple composition of space and light. The PFA building, Ando's first public structure in the United States, celebrated its long-awaited opening in October, 2001.

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    5 Local Firms to Collaborate with Architect on Art Museum — The Plain Dealer, 2001.1120

    Finalists Chosen for A&M Bonfire Memorial Design — Houston Chronicle, 2001.1119

    National Architect Awards Address Urban Problems — The Age, 2001.1117

    Peace Institute Prepares to 'Give Blessing' to Architects — Washington Business Journal, 2001.1116

    Wege Is Man Behind Museum Money — Grand Rapids Press, 2001.1114

    Harlan McClure, Founding Dean of Clemson Architecture, Dies — AIArchitect, 2001.11 Edition

    Alumnus's $60 Million Gift to Pay for Gehry Building at Princeton — New York Times, 2001.1113 (registration required)

    The Commemorative Beauty of Tragic Wreckage — New York Times, 2001.1111 (registration required)

    WTC Cleanup Agency Begins Ramping up Operations — ENR, 2001.1112

    Morphosis Wins Design-Build Competition for New Caltrans Building — Press Release at Northern Light, 2001.1108

    Koolhaas In the Clear and Set to Sue — Architects' Journal, 2001.1108

    Another Setback for Foes of Memorial Site — Washington Post, 2001.1107

    Ehrenkrantz, "Versatile" New York Architect, Dies — AIArchitect, 2001.11 Edition

    Architectural Industry Heads For Crisis — Architects' Journal, 2001.1107

    Another Setback for Foes of Memorial Site — Washington Post, 2001.1107

    New probe into Welsh Assembly HQ project — Architects' Journal, 2001.1106

    The Future of Ground Zero — New York Daily News, 2001.1106

    Sept. 11 Tragedies Inspire Many High-Tech Concepts For High-Rise Escapes — Boston Globe, 2001.1106

    Can Parachutes Save Lives in a High-Rise Fire? — ABC, 2001.1106

    Architects To Discuss The Role Of High-Rise — Boston Globe, 2001.1105

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