Curtis Jewelers Floral & Design
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Curtis Jewelers Floral & Design
1550 N Main St Ste C
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Nov 9, 2019
Fairchild's Million Orchid Project Brings Native Plants to Miami Beach's Lincoln Road - Miami New Times
Miami. She has contributed to the Wall Street Journal, Dance Magazine, Pointe, and other publications and earned a master's degree from the Columbia School of Journalism.
Nov 9, 2019
Columbia Sportswear's 'Tough Mother' Gert Boyle dies at 95 - KTVZ
Gert Boyle, Columbia Sportswear's board chairman and long-time matriarch (Submitted photo) Gert Boyle, Columbia Sportswear's board chairman and long-time matriarch (Submitted photo) PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Gert Boyle, the colorful chairwoman of Portland-based Columbia Sportswear Co. who starred in ads proclaiming her as "One Tough Mother," died Sunday. She was 95.Company spokeswoman Mary Ellen Glynn did not disclose the cause of death. Boyle, who was chairwoman of the company board of directors, died at a Portland assisted living facility, Glynn said.Boyle took over the small outdoor clothing company in 1970, after her husband died from a heart attack. At the time, she was a 46-year-old housewife and mother of three, with no real business experience. But she helped build the struggling company into a national brand and retailer."Early to bed, early to rise, work like hell and advertise," Boyle often said, among other pet phrases.It was her role in an advertising campa... Nov 9, 2019
Microscopic Images Reveal the Most Potent Cannabis Flowers in Incredible Detail - Newsweek
Teagen Quilichini, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia (UBC), said in a statement.
Finola flower containing "frost-like" trichomes.
The valuable products of the cannabis plants are its metabolites (i.e. the cannabinoids and terpenes), which are amply produced in the glandular trichomes of the female flower—aka the "marijuana bud." These glandular trichomes come in three variations defined by their appearance—bulbous, sessile and stalked. However, until now, little was understood about how these different shapes affected the plant's chemical outputs.To find out, the researchers developed a technique involving two-photon microscopy and intrinsic autofluorescence patterns. This allowed them to study the internal structures of different trichomes in a hemp variant called Finola.The results have now been published in The Plant Journal.
Multiphoton microscopy image of stalked glandular trichome.
The result was that under ultraviolet light, the stalked trichomes possessed blue autofluorescence, reflecting the plant's higher cannabinoid levels. Conversely, the sessile trichomes possessed a red autofluorescence, signaling lower levels of the metabolite.The technique also revealed the stalked trichomes contained clusters of 12 to 16 secretory disc cells. Those in the sessile trichomes were smaller and fewer in... Oct 10, 2019
Van Being Loaded with Funeral Flowers Briefly Stolen from Battle Creek Business - wbckfm.com
Witnesses observed a man enter the vehicle and drive away. Shortly later, police located the van near Capital and Columbia Avenues. A 52-year-old man from Kalamazoo was arrested on charges of auto theft.Just a day earlier in an unrelated incident, police in Battle Creek were called to investigate a truck that had been stolen from a business. The Battle Creek Enquirer reports that around 12:40 early Monday morning, two employees at Battle Creek Glass noticed the vehicle missing from the parking lot.A police officer later spotted the truck abandoned on Thorne Street near West Michigan Avenue. A 50-year-old man was arrested after trying to run away from the scene. Some tools that were inside, valued at about $3,000, had been stolen. The suspect told police he hid the tools at the Fort Custer Recreation area and they were later recovered. The man told officers he wanted to sell them for drug money. Aug 22, 2019
Deaths for the week of August 23, 2019 - The Jewish News of Northern California
Several years back, Lois wrote for her Skidmore College class of ’66 history, “Following my junior year, I roomed at Columbia University IHouse (International Student House) at Columbia University. Returning from a date one night, I met Dan Flamm, an MIT student, playing his guitar near a stairwell (Dan had a summer job with Shell Chemical at Rockefeller Center). I dated Dan that summer, before we went to our respective homes for a couple of weeks, met up again in Cambridge, and married at the end of October, 1965. Our first son, Jonathan, was born in Saratoga Springs on May 17, 1966 during my senior year, and our second son Stephen was born three years later in Boston. Dan and I lived in Westgate, MIT married student housing in Cambridge while I was a graduate student at Northeastern University in Boston, and Dan at MIT. Dan jokes that our kids went through college twice, once with us and once without us.”
22-year old Lois’ Northeastern Ph.D. research in experimental psychology used a stimulator, eye movement detection system, and electrodes coupled to a PDP8I computer system to record and process electrophysiological responses to uncover relationships between visual evoked cortical potentials and paced saccadic displacements of stimuli. Later, as a professor at Texas A&M University during 1972-76, also a wife and young mother raising two young boys, she pioneered use of eye movement tracking cameras to investigate factors affecting conspicuity for pilot landing systems while a visiting faculty fellow at the NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. Her research at Texas A&M spanned a diverse range of fields including perceptual stability, the relationship between eye movements and reversable figures, visual search, visual electrophysiology, and water use and water conservation.
In 1977 Lois left Texas A&M to join the Human Factors Engineering Group, Loop Transmission Division at Bell Laboratories in Whippany, New Jersey, as a Member of the Technical Staff (MTS) where she pioneered human factors support, and methods for overcoming interface problems in the engineering, development and evaluation of new apparatus for outside plant craft. She went on to join the Distributed Computer Systems Research Department of Bell Labs at Murray Hill, N.J., in 1982, earning a master’s equivalent in computer science in the Bell Labs in-house curriculum. Her work with John O. Limb led to the seminal invention of protocols for simultaneously transmitting voice and data over a local area network or the internet (U.S. Pat. 4,581,735).
Lois went on to develop UNIX networking software as a member of the Unix Development Laboratory at Murray Hill. When divestiture finally split the Bell System, Lois became a Systems Engineer in the BELLCORE Integrated Planning and Engineering Department where she did engineering and user interface design for software tools and plant electronics inventory databases to mechanize the planning, and engineering of the parent Bell operating companies’ network facilities.
In 1988 Lois joined Pacific Bell (Pacbell) in San Ramon, California, and managed the company’s human factors group... Jul 26, 2019
Flowers at nature sanctuaries in Columbia are in full bloom - Columbia Missourian
Flowers at nature sanctuaries in Columbia are in full bloomFlowers at Bonnie View Nature Sanctuary and the Columbia Audubon Nature Sanctuary are in full bloom this summer. Pictured here, they sway in the breeze as the setting sun illuminates earlier this week. Together, the two properties span 130 acres, according to the Great Missouri Birding Trail’s website. The Columbia Audubon Society finished seeding native Missouri grasses and flowers in this prairie in 2016. The grassy trails that meander through the prairie treat those who explore them to a bouquet of coneflowers, bee balm, brown-eyed Susans and more.Special thanks to Missourian reader Lois Shelton for telling us about the blooms.
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