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At synagogue targeted by violence, vision for transformation

The Scranton Times-Tribune 16 May 2021
PITTSBURGH — When he was working on the master plan for the post-9/11 World Trade Center site in New York City, architect Daniel Libeskind confronted a dilemma much like the one he will now face in helping revive another target of terrorist violence, the Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill.
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At Tree of Life Synagogue, Site of Deadly Shooting, a Vision for Transformation

NBCBayArea 16 May 2021
When he was working on the master plan for the post-9/11 World Trade Center site in New York City, architect Daniel Libeskind confronted a dilemma much like the one he will now face in helping revive another target of terrorist violence, the Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill ... Libeskind later wrote of the World Trade Center project ... & World.
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Davenport CC gaining national notoriety

Dispatch Argus 16 May 2021
Top 100.” The top 10 list, compiled by world-renowned golf course architect Tom Doak, had DCC at No ... John Panek, director of golf at Davenport Country Club after serving 14 years as head golf professional, said that a number of world-renowned architects have recently toured the property.
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Nancy Clowes Leonhardt

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 16 May 2021
DIFFERENT WORLDS ... She had wanted to be an architect, but she disliked the math architecture required and turned her sights on urban regional land planning ... Her job with the Inland California Chapter of the American Institute of Architects gave her a chance to be a part of the design world, and she enjoyed it for seven years, until 1996.
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Tony Griffin: ‘My breakdown was a breakthrough – it kind of broke me open’

The Times/The Sunday Times 16 May 2021
Tomorrow Architects, an Australian company who deliver leadership programmes in the corporate world, were expanding into Europe, and Griffin was asked to join them on theSponsored. .
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Time Will Tell: 40 songs that shaped Bob Marley’s legacy

B & FT Online 16 May 2021
... for producer Lee “Scratch” Perry, the first collaboration between The Wailers and brothers Carly and Aston “Family Man” Barrett on drum and bass, respectively, who would record and tour the world with Marley for the duration of his career and were architects of the band’s sound.
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Princeton’s campus is glowing orange this weekend. Here’s what it means.

NJ dot com 15 May 2021
When darkness fell over Princeton University’s campus Friday night, the show began ... But the orange lights offer student’s a rare view of the historic Ivy League campus ... BLAIR ARCH ... The structures by architect A ... Minoru Yamasaki, also architect of the University’s Peyton Hall and the former World Trade Center in New York City, designed Robertson Hall ... .
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YOUNG: WooSox' ballpark will woo hearts of even PawSox diehards

The Sun Chronicle 15 May 2021
As one approaches the main entrance to the stadium, there are four-foot-high replicas of the four World Series rings earned by the parent club in 2004, 2007, 2013, and 2018 ... the Negro Leagues, and the girls’ baseball leagues that flourished during the summers of World War II.
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Spencer Silver, inventor of the ubiquitous Post-it Note, dies at 80

The Los Angeles Times 14 May 2021
Spencer Silver was 80 and died May 8 at his home in St. Paul, Minn., the family’s obituary said ... World & Nation. Famed architect Helmut Jahn dies in bike accident. World & Nation. Famed architect Helmut Jahn dies in bike accident. Prominent architect who designed Chicago’s state government building and worked on FBI headquarters in Washington.
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Denver airport CEO Kim Day to retire, ending 13-year tenure

Denver Post 14 May 2021
Before Denver, Day, who once worked as an architect, was an executive at Los Angeles World Airports ... Last year, traffic hit a near-record low at all airports amid the pandemic, including DIA, but its diminished numbers came out ahead of many large airports, ranking it as seventh-busiest in the world.
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Holocaust: Synagogue opens at Nazi massacre site in Ukraine

BBC News 14 May 2021
Ukrainian officials have opened a synagogue at Babyn Yar near Kyiv - a place where the Nazis murdered nearly 34,000 Jews in World War Two ... 'New worlds unfold'. The synagogue's Swiss architect, Manuel Herz, designed it to open and close like a book, with a manual mechanism that worshippers will operate.
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Pervis Staples, of gospel and soul group the Staple Singers, dies at 85

The Los Angeles Times 13 May 2021
The cause of death wasn’t announced ... The Staple Singers gained a huge audience with their first No ... World & Nation. Famed architect Helmut Jahn dies in bike accident. World & Nation. Famed architect Helmut Jahn dies in bike accident. Prominent architect who designed Chicago’s state government building and worked on FBI headquarters in Washington.
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Coalfire Establishes Chief Product Officer Position

Montrose Press 13 May 2021
"We're elevating development of security and compliance automation solutions to the top of our chain of command," said CEO Tom McAndrew ... In his new role as CPO, Seth will oversee an expansion of a high performing team of more than 100 product managers, engineers, developers, architects, and client success staff in offices around the world ... .
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Why my theory that humans can only maintain 150 friendships has withstood 30 years of scrutiny

Phys Dot Org 13 May 2021
Exactly 30 years ago, I was pondering a graph of primate group sizes plotted against the size of their brains. the larger the brain, the larger the group size ... Architects have mulled over its application to building design, and there has been considerable interest in the world of business, for whom it resonates strongly ... Challenging Dunbar's number.
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‘Odd, eerie and haunting’: behind Maya Lin’s Manhattan ghost forest

The Observer 13 May 2021
The spectral forest, a new installation by the artist and architect Maya Lin, looms like a jarring holdout from winter – barren, save for smattering of lichen on each trunk, a stark contrast to the verdant six-acre park’s late-spring growth and the clean lines of the skyscrapers overhead.
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