Category: Florist

A license to be a florist? How occupational rules can be a burden on workers.

News from Washington Post: Louisiana requires florists to be licensed. (Sarah Lane/The Washington Post) By Editorial Board August 6 IT’S NOT every day that references to Adam Smith and Milton Friedman show up in the footnotes of a Democratic White House report. But a new white paper from President Obama’s economic team on the job-killing, [...]

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Kirtland florist retiring after 35 years

News from News-Herald.com: Duncan Scott/DScott@News-Herald.comGeri White prepares a bouquet of flowers for a customer on Aug. 12 in her Kirtland flower shop, Countryside Floral Cards & Gifts. White has sold her store and will be retiring after 35 years owning the business. Geri White never planned on owning a flower shop. A former secretary at [...]

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Kirtland florist retiring after 35 years

News from News-Herald.com: Duncan Scott/DScott@News-Herald.comGeri White prepares a bouquet of flowers for a customer on Aug. 12 in her Kirtland flower shop, Countryside Floral Cards & Gifts. White has sold her store and will be retiring after 35 years owning the business. Geri White never planned on owning a flower shop. A former secretary at [...]

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Florist offers Mother’s Day gift that benefits organization

News from WANE: FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Mother’s Day is a couple weeks away and if you’re looking for gift ideas, a local business has an idea that also gives to a good cause. Trista Rose Miller, a local wedding florist and owner of Rose’s Bouquets, is putting together a special gift pack for Mother’s Day that benefits [...]

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Art Alive florist teaches Masterclass

News from U-T San Diego: For the last 15 years, floral designer Sharon Mintz has participated in Art Alive, the San Diego Museum of Art’s annual fundraiser happening this weekend. Mintz returns once again with another floral interpretation and also as the teacher of Sunday morning’s Floral Masterclass. When she’s not creating arrangements inspired by [...]

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Embattled Florist Says Her Views On Marriage Do Not Make Her A Bigot

News from Western Journalism: She was actually fined for the crime of living according to her religious beliefs. Speaking recently to The Daily Signal, a Christian business owner caught in the middle of a very public debate over gay marriage said her life has been turned upside down since she shared her view on the [...]

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Tavern with live music replacing Waconia florist shop

News from Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal: Enlarge Photo Tavern 387 Jeff Norling (left) and Jim Nelson (right) are planning to build a tavern concept in this 100-year-old building on First Street in Waconia. Clare Kennedy Staff reporter- Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal >>> Read the full article ============================== Related News:

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Hayward woman claims florist didn’t make delivery to brother’s funeral

News from abc7news.com: HAYWARD, Calif. (KGO) – Sending flowers is one of the most common ways to pay respects at a funeral, but can you be sure your flowers made it to the service? Hayward resident Kathy Chandra showed 7 On Your Side photos of her older brother Mehendra enjoying family gatherings even as he [...]

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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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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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