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Architecture Week

AIR DATE: April 6, 2009

Architecture Week is just a few days away, and it's something near and dear to the heart of our commentator Bob Fielden. The magazine 'Architecture Las Vegas' will arrive in southern Nevada mailboxes in the next few days. This issue focuses on ideas on solar energy, Las Vegas architectural history and the state of architecture firms during this down economy.

What's your take on architecture all around us? Feel free to join the conversation and tell us what you think. And be sure to join KNPR's State of Nevada all next week for a series of conversations about architecture and the quality of life in Las Vegas.

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