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IN THIS ISSUE 06_04.01.2009
Last Rites
LPC approves St. Vincent's tower amid last-ditch lawsuit
Five Vie For Civil Rights
Finalists announced for Atlanta Museum and Justice Center
Minority Report
Pols seek stimulus funds for minority and women contractors
Open: Store
Droog New York
The City's plan to save Coney might sink it for good
Philadelphia's Riverfront remake moves ahead
Mori on the Prairie
A visitor pavilion for Wright's Buffalo masterpiece
Gas wells near New York's watershed alarm country-dwelling architects and conservationists
In Detail: Beacon Theatre
Beyer Blinder Belle
At Deadline
When the new Yankee Stadium opens this month, it will mark a milestone in the Bronx's long-running resurrection. But in the shadow of supersized bids for the borough's rebirth, architects at work on more modest, community-driven developments are finding a range of creative tactics to cultivate a greener, socially sustainable future.
Ready to Launch
Laboratory of Architecture/Fernando Romero
The Philip Johnson Tapes: Interviews by Robert A.M. Stern
On the occasion of the sixth Lewis Mumford Lecture at City College, Michael Sorkin reflects on novelist Paul Auster's richly topological approach to fiction.