- Newsmaker: Second Round of WTC Designs
After rejecting six different proposals for a combined memorial and commercial restoration at Ground Zero, where the World Trade Center-s twin towers once stood, New York officials have announced a timetable for new proposals. Paul Goldberger, architecture critic for The New Yorker magazine, reflects on the delicate challenge of giving a public voice to private development.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Sidewalk Rage!
Though it might sound like a trivial subject, sidewalk etiquette has drawn a great deal of attention in London, New York, Chicago and Toronto. Increasing numbers of pedestrians report that growing populations, increased tourism, cell phones and rollerblades have made good manners a thing of the past. Judy Hevrdejs has been writing about -sidewalk rage- for the Chicago Tribune.
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