April 7, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 14
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2009 Crystal Achievement Awards

Glass Magazine is now accepting nominations for the fourth annual Crystal Achievement Awards. Learn more and submit.

The deadline for nominations is May 14, 2009.


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NGA’s newest e-mail publication will deliver step-by-step auto glass removal and replacement instructions for the latest model-year vehicles, in addition to details on the newest auto glass products available, directly to technicians’ e-mail boxes twice a month. Details.


It's up to you, Chicken Little!

—By Guest Glassblogger Bill Evans, president, Evans Glass Co., Nashville

The one thing we can always control is our attitude. How we interpret and react to people and situations influences their reaction to us. Most people suffer from what I call "Chicken Little Syndrome." They believe the sky is falling. ... read more

Product spotlight

Magnetic marker boards

Goldray Industries Ltd., Calgary, will showcase its new magnetic marker boards at the American Institute of Architects 2009 National Convention and Design Exposition, April 30-May 2, in San Francisco. ... read more

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Project news Daylight shines at Burbank Community Services Building 

The Burbank (Calif.) Community Services Building puts high-performance glazing to the test. The building is certified by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program from the U.S. Green Building Council, and features ample high-performance glass, highlighted most prominently in the light-filled atrium. The building’s flood of natural daylighting minimizes the need for artificial lighting.

Learn about the basics, the players, and the glass and systems involved with this Great glazing

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