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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 19_11.19.2008
In This Issue:
  • Concrete contractor indicted for ignoring 102 projects
  • Brooklyn Bridge Park gets Phase I funding
  • With heavy heart, LPC votes for O'Toole's demolition
  • NYPL's new architect unveils new gallery on Bowery
  • Advertisement
  • Let's update Herbert Hoover's vision of American prosperity to include transportation of every kind.
  • Rudolph at Yale, and AN's fifth-anniversary bash
  • Artschwager facade fronts new Chelsea gallery
  • Rouge Tomate
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  • Cash-strapped city gets developer to rebuild midtown schools
  • Action Center to End World Hunger
  • Short-list for DC Eisenhower memorial announced
  • 870 buildings in BK neighbourhood constitute largest landmarking in 18 years
  • Tenants of "Peace Pentagon" at 339 Lafayette oppose building's potential sale
  • Green firms see bright future in dark times
  • Calvin Tsao envisions a new town plan supported by culture, not commerce
  • Three schools install green roofs and gardens for practical and pedagogical benefits
  • Whether made with a traditional rattan or eco-resin, chairs that are as smart sustainability-wise as they are to look at have become a matter of course
  • Alexis Bittar West Village
  • MTA, Rogers goes terminal & Hybrid cabs