Archive: October, 2013

El Cerrito: Compromise reached on historic florist shop

News from Contra Costa Times: EL CERRITO — Historical preservationists have reached an informal agreement with developers of a senior housing project on the use of a former flower shop once owned by a Japanese American family that was interned during World War II. The former Contra Costa Florist shop, at 10848-10860 San Pablo Ave., [...]

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Local florist’s retirement blossoms

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BloomNation, A Platform For Local Florists, Raises $1.65M From Andreessen …

News from TechCrunch: BloomNation, a startup building a marketplace for florists and floral designers, has closed on $ 1.65 million in seed funding, the company is announcing today. The round was led by Chris Dixon at Andreessen Horowitz, and includes participation from Spark Capital, Chicago Ventures, and CrunchFund.* This is the first outside investment for [...]

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NEISD student wins florist competition at State Fair

News from San Antonio Express: San Antonio — A senior at Madison High School took the top prize in the first annual Junior Floral Cup Design Championship at the 2013 State Fair of Texas in Dallas over the weekend. Junelyn Gamao beat out four other students from throughout Texas in a competition sponsored by TexasLocalFlorist.com, [...]

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Alex Waldbart Florist

News from Riverfront Times: Best Florist – 2013 Alex Waldbart Florist 7000 Clayton Road Richmond Heights, MO 63117 314-644-3566 Map & Details>> Claire Waldbart Kramer is the great-granddaughter of the man who founded Alex Waldbart Florist in 1872 with a shop in the lobby of the Planter’s Hotel downtown. The iconic green neon sign out [...]

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NEW BUSINESS: Wilde Flowers Florist

News from Wicked Local Plymouth: Randi Wilde Raymond has returned to her roots, and those roots are attached to flowers. But the journey was not exactly a bed of roses. A single mom of two children, Raymond worked to attain her certification in medical coding and held a job in that field for five years. [...]

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Sarah Wells, Gardener & Florist, Never Washes Her Face And Still Has Amazing …

News from Huffington Post: We’ve all seen what it looks like when you don’t wash your makeup off for a month. (Trust us, nothing about this bad habit is pretty.) Going to bed without giving our skin a thorough scrub is never an option for us, but gardener and f……………. continues on Huffington Post >>> [...]

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Virginia florist’s sign with political message

News from WPTV: (WSLS) A scrolling business sign in Roanoke, Virgina has drawn controversy. The sign currently reads: “We support local families, businesses and government employees impacted by the shutdown” But a message scrolling earlier this week is causing controversy. “Teabags filled with manure only make good fertilizer not good House and Senate members” was [...]

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Roanoke Florist’s controversial message draws reaction from around the country

News from WSLS: Dish Network Dispute: What you need to know Dish Network Dispute: What you need to know Updated: Tuesday, October 1 2013 3:21 PM EDT2013-10-01 19:21:40 GMT Beginning at midnight viewers who normally watch WSLS on Dish Network will no longer be able to do so. Beginning at midnight viewers who normally watc……………. [...]

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Lawsuits against florist may be combined

News from The Columbian: RICHLAND — A Benton County Superior Court judge is expected to decide this week whether to combine two lawsuits against the Richland flower shop owner who refused service for a same-sex wedding. A lawyer for Arlene’s Flowers and shop owner Barronelle Stutzman argued Friday the lawsuits should be consolidated. KVEW reports [...]

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