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Jul 6, 2021

Christine Flowers: Free speech extends to students, too -

One of the first cases I studied at Villanova was Tinker v. Des Moines, a seminal case in free speech and student’s rights. In December of 1965, the week I turned four, a group of high school students in Des Moines Iowa decided to wear black armbands to class in protest of the Vietnam War. They were suspended, and filed a lawsuit against the school district claiming that their First Amendment rights had been violated. Two lower courts dismissed their claims, but the Supreme Court reversed. Holding that the student’s right to freedom of expression had been compromised, the 7-2 majority held that unless the “speech” was disruptive or that it would “materially and substantially interfere” with school activities, it could not be forbidden. While there have been other cases that bubbled up through the system over the past half century, none has been as important in that area where students rights intersect with government interests than Tinker. Until, that is, this past week, when an eight-justice majority ruled in Mahanoy School District v. B.L. th...

Oct 10, 2019

Flowers, finches and farmington - Newton Daily News

War display at Croton that represents the furthest north cannon balls were fired from across the river at Athens, Mo. We picnic lunched along the Des Moines River then headed back to Farmington. While we were loading the gator onto the trailer, a lady came up and invited us to a barbecue and music shindig Farmington was putting on that evening. However, it was still early and it would be a long wait until the event started. Then another lady came up and extended the same invitation. No, we didn’t need to bring anything, just ourselves, there was plenty for all. Hmm. We could relax on the front porch of Porch Time B & B nearby, and wait until evening. Which we did. Elizabeth and David Collins, owners of the B & B, even gave us a tour. How nice. We found some chips and dip at the nearby Casey’s and joined the gathering for food, fun and Farmington friendliness. The desserts were to die for. I ate just to the point before hurt’n. (I’m getting wiser in my old age.) The music from The Band With No Name (I’m not kidding) was wonderful. What a Labor Day celebration! We headed home full, tired and amazed at the bounty of Van Buren County. Contact Curt Swarm at ...

Jul 26, 2018

Temporary Tattoos, Exotic Flowers, and Avocado Fries—This Vegan Wedding Had It All

Amis booked a romantic Valentine's Day photo session, dropping to his knee and proposing during the shoot. Where they tied the knot:The Greater Des Moines Botanical Gardens in Iowa, enclosed in a giant glass dome Menu highlights:Twice-baked potato bites with vegan bacon and chivesPetit veggie pizza slices with broccoli, zucchini, and tomatoesCrispy avocado fries with vegan sour cream, salsa verde, and guacamole The cake: Almond cake with vanilla buttercream frosting, fresh blackberries and strawberries, and edible flowers Décor inspo: Lush greenery and gilded farm animal toys-turned-decorations helped set a storybook ambiance.The wedding song: “Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Ingrid Michaelson and “Sane” by Haley HeyndrickzxPersonal touch: For their program, the pair created a handmade, photo-filled zine that told the story of their love.Best wedding gift: The co-founders of Iowa Farm Sanctuary gifted the couple a gorgeous antique window with a photo of ducks Bosworth and Sophie, sanctuary residents who are paired for life. The next day: The couple headed to Iowa Farm Sanctuary, where they communed with the animals they love.The honeymoon: On a whirlwind, post-wedding Minneapolis roadtrip, the newlyweds visited The Herbivorous Butcher and had a stick-and-poke tattoo session in their hotel room-inscribing each other with Big Dipper constellations. Can’t get enough of vegan weddings? Pick up a copy of the July+August 2018 issue of VegNews, on newsstands now! And discover all of the caterers, cake makers, wedding venues, and photographers used by our 2018 couples by clicking here. Don’t miss these other spectacular plant-based weddings: Candice Hutchings & James Aita Cady Meshnick & Henry Stanley Check out all of our 2017 vegan wedding couples here! Maya Gottfried is the author of Vegan Love: Dat...

Mar 8, 2018

Berries harvested from rare corpse flower

DES MOINES, Iowa (WOI) -- The Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden harvested berries from one of its biggest attractions Thursday. Carrie the corpse flower, which bloomed in July, was pollinated to produce fruit and seeds. The goal is to take the seeds and grow more corpse flowers in Des Moines. "The Botanical Garden is excited to share this next chapter of Carrie's journey," said Botanical garden President and CEO Stephanie Jutlia. The flower opened for less than 24 hours during its July bloom, emitting an odor akin to rotting flesh, attracting thousands of visitors. View the original story on WOI's website. (KCRG)

Jan 12, 2018

Florists Prep For Inspiring Day In Omaha

Monday, January 8, 2018 at 3:42PM EST ALEXANDRIA, VA — It's been more than two years since Rhonda Bullington attended SAF's 1-Day Profit Blast in Des Moines, an experience that expanded her skill-set and provided a boost in business. When the owner of Loess Hills Floral Studio in Council Bluffs, Iowa, saw the educational program is next headed to Omaha, Nebraska — a mere six miles away — she pounced on the opportunity. "I got a lot out of the program the first time, both during the sessions and the networking opportunities in between," she said. On Sunday, January 14, Bullington will be sitting front row and center with another employee in tow. SAF's first event of 2018 combines a blend of favorites and new presentations. Bullington said she's especially interested to hear headliner Laura Daluga, AIFD, discuss ways to connect with millennials. "My business is largely weddings, so millennials are my clients," she explained. First-time Profit Blast attendee Jack Fabbrini is ready to "soak it all in." A recent college grad, he joined his family's 52-year-old shop, Fabbrini's Flowers in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, a year ago and appreciates the chance to get up-to-speed... (PerishableNews )

Nov 2, 2017

Urban flower farmer will launch Des Moines' first mobile flower truck

CLOSE Dogpatch Urban Gardens sits in the middle of Des Moines and has turned an acre of land to a garden and farm stand selling other local producers goods. Farmer Jenny Quiner says she hopes others will start growing their own food as well. Brian Powers/The RegisterStacy Moeller, owner of the urban cut flower farm Tiny Acre Farms in Des Moines, plans to open the city's first mobile flower truck next spring.(Photo: Special to the Register)Stacy Moeller wants to bring the first mobile flower truck to Des Moines. The 35-year-old owner of Tiny Acre Farms already sells cut flower arrangements grown in her backyard both online and at local farmers' markets.Just a year in to the venture, she's now looking take her growing business directly to customers. "We're selling as fast as we can grow," she said.Moeller plans to launch The Flower Box in the spring. Like a food truck, she plans to park the flower truck around town and at events for people to purchase locally grown bouquets. "It's a concept that's been brought to the larger cities a... (


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