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Weekend Edition: Art in Maryland, urban renewal in New York, and more

An aerial photo of the Glenstone Pavilions, which recently opened outside Washington, D.C. (Iwan Baan)

Missed some of our articles, tweets, or Facebook posts from the last few days? Don’t sweat it—we’ve gathered the week’s must-read stories right here. Enjoy!

The Glenstone Pavilions

The Glenstone Pavilions are centered around a sunken water court. (Iwan Baan)

AN tours the Glenstone Museum’s new Pavilions

AN toured the $200-million addition to the Glenstone Museum, a new set of galleries and an additional 130 acres of restored natural woodlands in the suburbs outside of Washington, D.C.

The I-81 viaduct cuts through Syracuse’s urban core. Left: The city's density in 1955 before the highway's construction. Right: The city's density today.

The I-81 viaduct cuts through Syracuse’s urban core. Left: The city’s density in 1955 before the highway’s construction. Right: The city’s density today. (Courtesy Rethink81)

After a decade-long fight over I-81, Syracuse inches toward a decision

As the battle to run Interstate 81 through the heart of downtown Syracuse drags on, community groups and the state’s department of transportation are all jockeying for solutions that won’t disrupt the city.

Pereira’s Times Mirror Square

Architectural historian Alan Hess thinks the time has come to appreciate Late Modernism in Los Angeles. (Elizabeth Daniels)

Opinion: It’s time to recognize Pereira’s LA Times building

The current proposal to bisect the Los Angeles Times’ buildings facing City Hall on First Street would delete a key chapter from the city’s collective memory.

That’s it! Enjoy the end of September.

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