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375 S Main StNew City, NY 10956
155 Montague StBrooklyn, NY 11201
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250 Vesey StNew York, NY 10281
167 Market StPotsdam, NY 13676
New York Flowers News
Dec 29, 2017
Need a fresh fruit, flowers or cheese fix? Farmer's Market will return on December 22
Savoury Spoon will offer waffles on a stick, grilled cheese, smoothies and pressed juice. New York Bagels will be selling freshly baked bagels and muffins. Pilar’s Empanadas will have Argentinean empanadas and Chimichurri sauce, and there will also be a new gluten-free baker.Paradise Fisheries will also return to offer locally caught stone crabs and shrimp, and Stamper Cheese will be returning with a great selection of Wisconsin cheeses.Sipping Cottage dried teas, Presto Pesto, Twisted Acres air plants and Watermelon Green Tea will complete the list of vendors.The Boca Grande Farmers Market will held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Friday through April at the ballfield on Wheeler Road.For more information and for a complete list of markets, go to BuyLocalLee.comPosted by Marcy ShortuseMarcy Shortuse is the editor of the Boca Beacon, and has been with the paper since 2007. She is also editor of the Boca Beacon’s sister publication, Gasparilla Magazine.She has more than 20 years of experience writing and editing local newspapers and is originally from the Chicago area. (Boca Beacon)Dec 8, 2017
Yankees send flowers for Baltimore Police Department, Suiter family ...
Rivals on the field, the New York Yankees sent a bouquet of flowers to the Baltimore Police Department expressing condolences to the department and the family of slain homicide detective Sean Suiter.Police Captain Jarron Jackson on Wednesday tweeted a picture of the flowers, a collection of blue-infused hydrangea and greenery with a royal blue bow.“Being from #Baltimore I have always been a loyal @Orioles fan. But with this amazing gesture, I have a newfound respect for the @Yankees,” he said in the tweet.A team spokesman confirmed the team sent the flowers.The delivery was accompanied by a note that read, “With our deepest sympathies. Our thoughts And Prayers Go Out To The Suiter Family And The Family Of The Baltimore City Police Department.”firstname.lastname@example.org... (Baltimore Sun)Dec 8, 2017
Peconic florist earns chance to work with master designer
Ms. Gilbert picked up.“I picked it up and I said, ‘You’re going to tell me I won, right?’ in my little New Yorker, pessimistic view,” Ms. Gilbert said. “And she said ‘Yes, you won.’ I said, ‘You’re kidding me’ for like five minutes. I couldn’t believe I won the contest. You know, you never think of a little local florist having an opportunity like that.”[email protected]Comments comments...Dec 8, 2017
Florist to make dreams bloom with his own Spa City shop
Salt & Char, The Adelphi Hotel and 15 Church as well as the Saratoga Performing Arts Center’s prestigious New York City Ballet Gala, Opera Saratoga Gala and Saratoga Hospital Gala. “That has been such a joy for me,” Martin said about the galas. “It really gives me an opportunity to be so creative.” Additionally, Simply Sidney Floral Design offers catering to private clientele for home, special event, wedding and corporate occasions. For the past few years, Martin has operated this business out of a private home studio, but now he’s ready to take it to the next step. With the opening of the new downtown shop, Simply Sidney is adding a retail element including not only flowers, plants and floral arrangements but home decor items as well. Looking ahead, Martin is hoping to expand further into interior design and to continue growth in all kinds of floral design — from corporate decor to funerals to custom home decorating and weddings — along with launching the retail side of the business. “I’ve done every single aspect of this business and I love all of it,” Martin said.Martin’s goal for the future is “continuing to spread floral beauty throughout Saratoga,” he said, “just to make people happy.”On why he’s decided to open up shop in Saratoga Springs, Martin said, “For the first time in my life I feel like I have begun to take root in a place that I believe that I could become a part of the community, and as such I want to share my gifts and my talents with that community.” Martin is beyond thrilled to open his floral and home accents store to the public this Friday, he said in a press release. “I’ve fallen in love with Saratoga Springs and upstate New York. I look forward to meeting so many people in the years to come and providing unparalleled service to all my clients.” Once open, the shop hours will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. More information about Simply Sidney Floral Design and Home Accents is available online at simplysidney.com or www.facebook.com/simplysidneyfloraldesign. Simply Sidney Floral Design and Home Accents can be contacted by calling (518) 306-6298. (The Saratogian)Nov 17, 2017
Argentina president places memorial flowers at NYC bike path
The president of Argentina on Monday visited the site of last week's New York City terrorist attack where eight people died, including five Argentines, and said such tragedies unite people of good will around the world.
"We lament that we have to meet under these circumstances, but I am happy that this gives us the chance to reinforce the love and the work we do altogether," President Mauricio Macri, speaking in Spanish, told Argentine officials who attended an event to remember victims of the attack on a bike path in Manhattan.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife, Chirlane McCray, stood by his side and paid tribute by placing white flowers at the path where an Uzbek citizen steered a rented truck and sped down the path toward the World Trade Center, striking cyclists and pedestrians. He was shot... (ABC News)