The Extended Rundown

Architecture: Shaw Library is praised for its innovative design by The Wall Street Journal. City libraries are becoming more than just buildings in which we collect books because – here’s a thought – they are turning into community gathering centers. Inspiration may have come from the Idea Store in London. (The Wall Street Journal)

More Architechture: David Adjaye and Norman Foster are over-looked on an opportunity to re-design Dunbar High. (World Interior Design Network)

Business: Madame Tussauds will open a new gallery for presidents while the museum struggles for patrons in a recession. (Examiner)

Commodities: Will gas reach $5 a gallon at the pump?  Yes, according to a former Shell CEO (Examiner)

Cars: Will one woman make or break Fiats success in North America? (USA Today)                   

Real Estate: UAE embassy finds a new home. (City Paper)

Television: Sherlock [Holmes] was “huge” for PBS Masterpiece, says Executive Producer Rebecca Eaton. (Forum Network)

Transportation: Imagine if we had to deal with this on our metro system.  (CNN)



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