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Oct 10, 2019
Kemptown Secret Garden – Brighton, England - Atlas Obscura
Peel, in 1840. Now, however, the plot of land is home to a quaint sculpture garden hidden in the center of Brighton.
The garden is also known as the Anthony Dale Sculpture Foundation. The foundation was started by Yvonne Dale, wife of then-garden owner Anthony. After Anthony died, Yvonne opened the garden so it could serve the community and promote the craft of sculpture.
Within the tiny garden, you can find beautiful flowers and wildlife that complement the sculptures. These, combined with the sound of water, make you feel as though you’re a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city just outside.
Aug 22, 2019
Nell Nolan: Floral Trail, Rotary Club Metairie, Imperial Woods Gourmet Club - NOLA.com
Completing the court were the nine flower girls, namely little Misses Anniston Rose DiBenedetto and Ava Anne DiBenedetto, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Anthony DiBenedetto; Ella Claire Langlois, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christopher Langlois; Adriana Elizabeth Orellana and Caitlin Alise Orellana, Mr. and Mrs. Orellana; Liv Elise Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Steltz; Mary Kate Elizabeth Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Michael Steltz; and Emery Lynne Tantillo, Mr. and Mrs. Jed Alan Tantillo.More features of the festival of Flowers were music by Carnaval, under the direction of B.J. Perez III; the return of former queens; centerpieces of geraniums and light pink roses; and the legacy of royalty, which her majesty Emma will behold and experience through the years.InstallationThe Metairie Country Club was the site for the night when the Rotary Club of Metairie held its 66th annual installation of officers. Prominent was the motto, “Service Above Self” in the dining room that was aglow with candles and blooming white orchids. Past cocktails, master of ceremonies Jim Ray (with Janice) welcomed everyone and introduced outgoing President Randy Martin (with Gayle), who reported on the achievements of the year. Guests then dined on turtle soup, a main course choice and pecan pie.Honored during the formalities was Citizen of the Year, Messina’s Catering and Events, which sponsors the annual Thanksgiving lunch for the Harahan Senior Citizens. From the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, were honorees Deputy Elizabeth Walker from the 1st district and Detective Breadon Cohen, 4th district. Accompanying them, in turn, were Lt. Andrew Walsdorf and Lt. Brian Karcher. Lamar “Trip” Jones, Katie Buchler, Harold Buchler Jr. and Michele Morel received Paul Harris Fellow achievement awards.In addition to new President Harold Buchler Jr., the officers — as installed by past District Governor Greg Lier — are Jones, Luke DeLouise and Steve Mogle (with Joy), while Katie Buchler, Jennifer Esler, Glen Higgins and Clif Rhodes will answer to directors.Cheering them were Skip and Nancy Weber, Karen Babin, George and Yvonne Mahl, Dr. Linde and Martha Guarisco, Lori Ramsey, Dr. Tom and Mary Kennedy, and from the presidential family, Harold’s spouse Beth, mother Margaret and son H. Andrew Buchler III.Let’s DineThe Imperial Woods Gourmet Club of Harahan assembled for the annual Closing Party at the lovely home of Mayor Tim Baudier and his wife, Monica, with attendees bringing prescribed menu selections from the year’s theme of the “Tricentennial of New Orleans.” The monthly sit-down formal dinners incorporated sub-themes throughout the year, attesting to the city’s French, Spanish and African Creole influences.What fun it was to see guests arriving at the Baudier home dressed as such “NOLA characters” as Ursuline nuns, Cafe du Monde waiters, a famous burlesque entertainer, Carnival royalty, Ruthie the Duck Lady, and famous chefs Paul Prudhomme, Emeril Lagasse and Susan Spicer.The décor included a gold curtain lit from behind with twinkling lights highlighting the club’s flag/logo.Reveling in the fun of friendship and food — and both were plentifully served — were Michel and Kevin Boudreaux, Buffy and Jody Lafont, Phil Gunn and Jeanne Turner, Susan an... Jul 5, 2019
The ceremony featured a parade from White Plains Road and Van Nest Avenue to the memorial where participants placed flowers to honor our service members' memories. The event also included the public r
Photo by Silvio Pacifico(l-r) Anthony Ferrara, Post 19 commander Earl Menard, VNNA president Bernadette Ferrara, East Bronx History Forum president Richard Vitacco, Post 1065 adjutant Ricardo Garcia and Post 253 second vice commander Gene DeFrancis.
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The East Bronx History Forum and Van Nest Neighborhood Alliance hosted the Van Nest Veterans Memorial Day Remembrance on Monday, May 27 at the Van Nest Veterans Memorial. The ceremony featured a parade from White Plains Road and Van Nest Avenue to the memorial where participants placed flowers to honor our service members’ memories. The event also included the public recollection of fallen World War I coxswain Dominick Farina.
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Barazotto Lawrence dropped flowers at the Van Nest War Memorial, honoring Thomas Barry, who fell during WWI.
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Fallen WWI sailor Dominick Farina’s relatives (front, l-r) Tom and Vi... May 31, 2019
New shrub rose hybrids are easy to care for, easy to love - Texarkana Gazette
Anthony Tesselaar, president and co-founder of Anthony Tesselaar Plants in Silvan, Australia, which markets Flower Carpet roses.
Surveys continue to identify roses as everyone's favorite flower—even people who don't have gardens, Marriott said.
"As I say to many people, what other plant can have a beautiful individual flower, a wonderful fragrance, flower for six or more months of the year, and be easy to look after?
"It's easy to argue that they are the most garden-worthy of all plants," he said.
... Mar 29, 2019
Flint florist celebrates centennial with free flowers on first day of spring - MLive.com
Flushing,” Krueger said. “He never went back to school, like most people did and still do, and here we are today.”Gordon Anthony bought the shop from Vogt in the mid-1950s and John David operated the flower shop for him. It wouldn’t be long before John David saved enough money to buy the shop from Anthony in the late 1960s.Krueger remembers growing up around the flower shop as a kid. When his family’s company hosted parities and events, he would stay up until 1 or 2 a.m. helping to clean up.“I remember sleeping in the back of the vans because they couldn’t keep you at home,” Krueger said.Krueger credits his consistency and persistence to his family’s long-standing business.“Consistency is ... always (offering) a high quality product at a very reasonable, value-driven price,” Krueger said. “Persistence is you have to keep it going month after month, year after year. That’s the hard part. When it gets old and tiring you have to make sure you’re still passionate about what you’re doing.” It’s also key to keep up with industry trends, Krueger said.“You can’t be too comfortable with what you sell,” Krueger said. “Are you selling what your customers want or are you selling what you’re comfortable with? You have to change with that. Keep yourself educated within your industry by going to shows and markets.”If he had to choose, Krueger said his favorite flower would be roses because how beautifully they bloom.“I just think a rose is classic and there are certain roses when they open you just think that’s about as pretty as a flower can get,” Krueger said. “I’m not only proud of the flower shop, but I’m proud of how far the community has come in the last 15 to 20 years.”... Nov 28, 2018
One of the victims of fatal Black Friday crash was 16-year-old Anthony Martin, family says - TCPalm
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - Anthony Martin, a 16-year-old who reportedly lost his life in a horrific Black Friday crash that also killed four of his friends, was remembered by family and friends as a talented bowler, full of joy and bursting with potential.
"He was a lovely, caring person. He loved to smile, he loved to bowl and he loved his music," his grandmother Nancy Yearby said.
Anthony was in the 11th grade at Fort Pierce Westwood High School. He bowled at Saint Lucie Lanes, 6759 S. U.S., starting at the age of 4.
"He just loved it," Yearby said. "And I kept continuing to take him."
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Anthony spent at least every Tuesday and Saturda...