Sunday Clippings

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As the cold nights become a reality with autumn, we’re finding ourselves cozying with our warm beverages and blankets thus we are reading more and more. This week’s clippings certainly confirms that – we have the Sydneysider’s subtropical garden with its enviable view of the Sydney Harbor and the cityline, ecological consequences of a warming climate on pine trees and olive oil production, art clippings here and there, and an interview with renowned primatologist Jane Goodall. Shall we say that our craze for Nutella means more demand for hazelnuts? Of course sweatshirts are comfortable even if they are loud with florals! For those lucky to be in NYC this weekend, the third section of the High line will open. Enjoy your weekend!

The High Line’s Third (and Final) Section opens this weekend @ArchDaily

Sydney Garden of Lindsey Baudinet @TheDesignFiles

For Trees Under Threat, Flight May be Best Response @ NYTimes

The Wallace unveils its Great Gallery rehang @The Art Newspaper

Botanical Sweatshirts on Trend @Plant Curator

Thanks to Nutella, The World Needs More Hazelnuts @NPR

The Plaster Master @NYTimes

Being with Jane Goodall@YouTube

Yayoi Kusama’s Pumpkin Art, a Smorgasboard of Sake and More from Cultural Calendar @NYTimes

Fears olive oil price set to soar as shortage bites @TelegraphUK

Categories: Life, Scroll, Sunday Clippings

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