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May 22, 2009

Clueless Charlie Rose asks about "Brooklyn Yards;" Gehry says "it hasn't stopped"

Atlantic Yards Report

On the Charlie Rose show Wednesday, architect Frank Gehry, on the occasion of the publication of the Conversations with Frank Gehry, met up with an interviewer even less clueful about Atlantic Yards than author Barbara Isenberg.

But Gehry dropped some hints, at least, that the Atlantic Yards plan of the past is not the AY plan of the present.

The exchange starts at about 6:38.

Click thru for Norman Oder's annotated transcript of the segment.

NoLandGrab: We have to admit, we thought "clueful" was a made-up word, but our dictionary bears out the erudite Mr. Oder.

Posted by eric at May 22, 2009 9:37 AM