Archive: March, 2015

Eat Drink Mississippi: Feel at Home at Harvest Grill

News from HottyToddy.com: They say home is where the heart is. For Mary and Marshall Gilmore, the desire to raise a family in a place that felt like home brought them back to Meridian, and to pour their hearts into building not only a home, but a restaurant. That restaurant is Harvest Grill, and they [...]

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Inspiration blooms at Capital District Garden and Flower Show at HVCC

News from Albany Times Union: TROY — The Capital District Garden & Flower Show takes place through the weekend at Hudson Valley Community College’s McDonough Physical Education Complex, 80 Vandenburgh Ave., Troy. The event features more than 17,000 square feet of gardens, over 100 brilliant flower arrangement exhibits, continuous lectures, workshops and demonstrations, wine tastings [...]

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Goshen man accused of stealing $1000 worth of flowers from Northampton florist

News from MassLive.com: NORTHAMPTON - A Goshen man is accused of stealing a thousand dollars worth of flowers from a Florence florist shop over the course of several weeks late last year. Richard Buono-Conrad, 47, of 52 Wildwood Lane was arraigned Wednesday in Northampton District Court on a single charge of larceny over $ 250 by false [...]

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Stevie Wonder’s night out in New Orleans, enjoying his band and all-star …

News from NOLA.com: After his “Songs in the Key of Life” tour stop at New Orleans’ Smoothie King Center Tuesday night (March 24) Stevie Wonder had a couple of days off before he was due in Louisville, Ky., for the next scheduled date. He did what most of us would do with some time to kill [...]

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News roundup: White House florist gone after clash with–first lady

News from Salt Lake Tribune: Topping the news: Gov. Gary Herbert signed 42 bills into law yesterday, including one regulating e-cigarettes, one creating a statewide white-collar crime registry, and one allowing terminally ill patients to try experimental drugs. [Trib] [Fox13] [DNews] -> After months of speculation, Google officially announced Tuesday that it has chosen Salt Lake City as the newest [...]

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teamlab immerses visitors in an interactive floating flower garden

News from Designboom: mar 24, 2015 teamlab immerses visitors in an interactive floating flower garden teamlab immerses visitors in an interactive floating flower gardenall images courtesy of teamlab visitors to tokyo’s miraikan national museum of emerging science and innovation may find themselves immersed in a kinetic maze of botanical life, comprised of more than 2,300 [...]

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Beautification League introducing florist

News from New Canaan Advertiser: Gregg Fisk, left, and Doug Pippit. The New Canaan Beautification League (NCBL) will introduce the nationally known owner of New Canaan Florist Garden and Gifts, Doug Pippit, and his head designer Gregg Fisk on Wednesday, April 1, at the New Canaan Nature Center. The program will open with coffee at [...]

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Damian Lillard’s ‘Florist City’ D Lillard 1 shoes sell out fast: Did you get a …

News from OregonLive.com: Damian Lillard’s Adidas D Lillard 1 shoes have been a hot commodity in Portland, around Oregon and across the country since the first pair of his signature shoes were released on February 6. None of the previously released color schemes, however, have been close to as popular as today’s D Lillard 1 ‘Florist City’ edition. [...]

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Special Delivery: Flowers for the Mean Lady

News from MuslimMatters: It was a hot summer day. I had just graduated from high school and was working a summer job to make some side money for college. I was a flower delivery guy – bringing happiness to people and getting paid $ 7.50 an hour at the same time. It didn’t get much [...]

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Oak Forest florist ‘really enjoyed challenges’

News from Chicago Tribune: By Angela Denk Daily Southtown Frank Vacha was no ordinary florist. He had a real knack for the business, according to Patricia Vacha, his wife of 51 years. “He had a natural talent for putting things together and making things that were different. It was always a challenge when someone would [...]

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