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2010
Sarasota Revisited: Architonic explores the architectural legacy of Florida's Modernist gem of a city, Sokol, David , Architonic: The Independent Source for Architecture and Design, May, (2010)
Saving Paul Rudolph's 23 Beekman, an Architectural Oxymoron, Chaban, Matt , New York Observer, November 16, (2010)
Shady Stop on Home Tour: The Famed Umbrella House Now Lives Up to Its Name, Bubil, Harold , Sarasota Herald Tribune, November 6, p.1, 3, (2010)
2009
Sarasota icon gone, but not forgotten, Owens, Joyce , Fort Myers News-Press, July 11, (2009)
Secrets of Paul Rudolph: His First Twenty-Five Years, Stern, Robert A. M. , Architecture on the Edge of Postmodernism : Collected Essays, 1964-1988, New Haven, p.5-20, (2009)
A Shared Vision: The architecture schools at the University of New Mexico and Yale University have some intriguing similarities, Biemiller, Lawrence , The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 1, Volume 55, Number 34, p.14-16, (2009)
Site Specific: The Legacy of Regional Modernism, Kohn, Matthew, Dilworth Eve, and Magazine Metroplois , (2009)
The Stars are Big and Bright—Deep in the Heart of Texas, Fox, Stephen , OffCite Blog, August 10, (2009)
2008
Sarasota's '50s architecture, Sherman, Chris , Florida Trend, September, Volume 51, p.16, (2008)
School Board votes to raze Paul Rudolph's Riverview, Lankes, Tiffany , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, June 18, (2008)
Special Events Celebrate the Rededication of Paul Rudolph’s “Art and Architecture Building” and the Opening of Yale’s New Arts Complex, , Yale University Office of Public Affairs, November 8, (2008)
2005
Sarasota's 10 Best: Modern Love; Standouts in the Sarasota School of Architecture Tradition, Braverman, Glenn , Sarasota Magazine, October, Volume 28, p.72-73, (2005)
A Softer Look for a Dark Campus, Brenner, Elsa , New York Times, July 24, p.12, (2005)
The Stuff Dreams Are Made With, Hales, Linda , Washington Post, March 5, p.2, (2005)

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