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    NEW BACK ALLEYS

    The urban alley was once a ubiquitous part of the American landscape. Now many of these alleyways have fallen into disrepair or along with the milkmen who frequented them disappeared altogether. Over the past few years, however, this unique streetscape has staged something of a comeback.

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    CAST GLASS CENTERPIECE

    Take a spicy mixture of the visual and performing arts; add a wide range of support from university, government and civic sources; cover with an unusual application of glass and stir; serves 250,000. That's the "recipe" for the Shaw Center for the Arts, which Baton Rouge, Louisiana is counting on to lift its civic profile.

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