Daily digest: Adopting Notre Dame art, Google is opening its first retail store, and more

Welcome back to a bright and sunny Thursday (well depending on where you live). Here in New York, the Heatherwick Studio and MNLA–designed Little Island, passion project of billionaire Barry Diller, is scheduled to open to the public tomorrow; you can preview the new floating park, and its concrete support pots, here.

Here’s what you need to know today:

You can “adopt” the art at Notre Dame Cathedral to help fund its recovery

Work to restore the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris by 2024 continues apace (even as the square in front of the building closed over lead contamination fears). Now, the Friends of Notre Dame de Paris, the organization responsible for

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