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IN THIS ISSUE 10_09.03.2014
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The president-elect of ASLA offers her views on the future of landscape architecture in New York City.
Millions in federal funds allocated for resiliency efforts.
Alan G. Brake calls on New York City to clean up its garbage-littered streets.
Fourteen designs unveiled for two controversial Brooklyn Bridge Park towers.
Providence aims to revitalize its central square, Kennedy Plaza.
Elizabeth Kennedy explores the connection between history and landscape in Brooklyn.
Streetscapes and plazas are being transformed into high performance sites for stormwater management.
Academic teams investigate coastal defense.
Judge approves megamall for public parkland in Queens.
Gideon Fink Shapiro reads the first comprehensive scholarly study of Paul Rudolph's career.
AECOM designing new path to connect New York City's East River Esplanade.
The National Aquarium hires Studio Gang to rethink its operation.
Mildred F. Schmertz reads Phyllis Lambert's book on the groundbreaking Mies project.
ARO and Scott Kester activate Union Square's Beaux-Arts landmark.
Groundswell Design creates a colorful temporary park in Philadelphia.
Applied Ecological Services gives historic Philly pier new life.
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