Behold, this week's NYC goodness at The Gutter...
1) Daniel Libeskind may have less stature at Ground Zero these days then Larry Silverstein has tenants, but that doesn't mean he can't be big in Sacramento.
2) The New Republic declares the end of Santiago Calatrava, wondering, "Why, exactly, should a subway station look like a bird (except perhaps to encourage people to take flight from an ineptly re-developed downtown Manhattan)?"
3) Don't believe what mid-level government agents tell you: The WTC Memorial is no sure thing. "Fact: Massive, disruptive, airport-style security will be required at all entry points, coloring the experience of 9/11 remembrance with a reminder of its cause."
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