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Topham marks the launch of the basketball-size Russian satellite Sputnik in 1957 as the catalyst of the space age and its subsequent design influence, which seeded itself in architecture and consumer-product design, as well as on the runway.
In Where You're At, novelist Patrick Neate sets out to explore the different ways in which the culture has seeded itself around the world, visiting emcees, dancers and rappers in Japan, South Africa and Brazil, as well as the music's original home in New York.
I grow chives among grasses, sometimes using the pink variety called Forescate and one year a stray lettuce had seeded itself in the grass garden.