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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 1, 2016

Taylor Flowers dies four days after she was shot during Chicago Lawn hostage situation

Flowers, was taken in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, according to police and the medical examiner’s office. Flowers, of the 1500 block of South Wabash, died at Christ at 4:33 p.m. Tuesday, according to the medical examiner’s office. Her death was ruled a homicide. The infant was taken to Holy Cross Hospital in good condition. (Homicide Watch Chicago)

Feb 3, 2016

Local roundup: Dasia Evans, Rich South put another win on boards

Southland). Bradley-Bourbonnais 62, Lincoln-Way West 40: Stephanie Athanasoulis (14 points) led West (17-4, 7-3 SWSC Red). Richards 54, Oak Lawn 41: Sydni Tears racked up 25 points for Richards (14-4, 7-3 SSC Red). Lincoln-Way Central 53, Thornridge 44: Colleen Barrett (15 points) and Rebecca Gorman (14) powered Central (12-13, 7-3 SWSC Red). Chicago Christian 44, Guerin 36: Cheyenne Slager had 12 points for Chicago Christian (5-19, 5-4 MSC East). Sandburg 57, Lockport 29: Jessica Merino had 14 points for Sandburg (11-15, 2-7 SWSC Blue). Reavis 64, Shepard 55: Natalie Dudek (20 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals) and Kelly Lo Russo (12 points, 6 rebounds) boosted Reavis (13-11, 6-3 SSC Red). Wrestling Tinley Park 41, Crete-Monee 21: Jake Koepke (120 pounds), Ceaser Clark (152) and Eric Schultz (195) were among the winners for Tinley Park (21-5). Men's Basketball South Suburban 93, Olive-Harvey 80: Jovan Mooring (38 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists) lifted South Suburban (21-2). Lewis 88, Illinois Springfield 80 (2 OT): Miles Simelton (33 points) and Kyle Nelson (22 points, 10 rebounds) starred for Lewis (14-6, 6-4 GLVC East). Moraine Valley 84, Prairie State 72: Ermias Nega (29 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists) and Tommy Demogerontas (24 points, 14 rebounds) led Moraine (10-12, 4-3 Illinois Skyway). Women's Basketball Lewis 63, Illinois Springfield 41: Mariyah Brawner-Henley compiled 26 points and 14 rebounds for Lewis (19-1, 10-0 GLVC East). Men's/Women's Basketball Charity game: South Suburban's men's and women's basketball teams will host a Coaches vs. Cancer Day and Community Day on Saturday at the school, 15800 S. State St., South Holland. The women's team plays Kankakee at 1 p.m., followed by the men's game against Indiana Elite Academy at 3 p.m. All proceeds for the games and raffles will go to the American Cancer Society, which also will be accepting donations during the games. Freelance writer Josh Krockey contributed to this story. Twitter: @tbaranek ... (Chicago Tribune)

Feb 2, 2016

Boom Football Best of the Midwest Showcase Top Performers 2016

He will make noise this season and if given a genuine opportunity, will be in the discussion for the top quarterback in the Midwest as a senior. Oak Lawn (Ill.) Brother Rice four-star wide reciever Ricky Smalling could be in store for a huge offseason. The 6-0, 185-pounder from the class of 2017 has impressive physical skills with a strong, thick frame. Smalling gave defensive backs fits all night with his quickness, big-time speed and ability to snatch the ball out of the air with ease. It's no surprise why he's already in the discussion for the Midwest's top overall junior. Oak Park (Ill.) River Forest cornerback Brenden Flowers continues to impress. The 5-10, 165-pounder from the class of 2017 is another terrific defensive back without an offer. His technique is second to none. His footwork is polished. He flips his hips with ease. He does just about everything really well. Roselle (Ill.) Lake Park defensive end Jacub Panasiuk has some big-time speed and quickness. The 6-3, 220-pounder from the class of 2017 is explosive off the edge and was nearly unstoppable during one-on-one drills. It's obvious why Michigan State, Florida Atlantic, Illinois and others have already offered. Chicago (Ill.) Westinghouse College Prep cornerback Milan Netisingha was a pleasant surprise. He doesn't stand out with his physical presence, but during one-on-ones, he was lights out. It's clear he works hard at his craft, as he showed an ability to be sticky in coverage all night. At one point he got hit in the mouth and despite blood coming out, he quickly wiped it away and made sure not to miss a rep. That spoke volumes about what type of competitor he is. Carol Stream (Ill.) Glenbard North defensive back Tyrik Henderson is filled with talent. The sophomore has got some major upside in the secondary. Only a class of 2018 recruit, the 5-10, 160-pounder will be among the top defensive backs in the Midwest when the time comes for him to graduate. He's smooth, aggressive and super confident. Talk to him for a few minutes and you'll realize how smart he is, which is exactly what you want in a standout safety. There are a lot of similarities between Lemont (Ill.) three-star tight end Logan Christopherson and 2015 Western Michigan c... (

Jun 25, 2015

Calling all homophobic florists, bakers and photographers

Why that’s for a synagogue of mostly gays right here in Oak Lawn and I bet they do same-sex weddings,” the Christian Kroger cake decorator should indignantly declare. I’ve had to write down the spelling, but I’ve never been refused. Or called an anti-Jewish epithet. Yet, I’m sure some of those racist, homophobic bakers we’ve been hearing so much about in the news are also anti-Semitic. I’m sure some of them might even attend First Baptist Church right here in Dallas, Texas — the same church whose pastor made such horrific statements about the Holocaust recently that the Dallas Holocaust Museum invited him to visit so he could learn some actual history. Why, doesn’t the very concept of a bar mitzvah or a religious year that doesn’t coincide with their religious year fly in the face of their version Christianity? It certainly does, as much as my synagogue continuing to perform marriages between two people that may soon be recognized by the state of Texas and the federal government. But I’ve never heard of an outcry among Christian bakers to boycott Jewish cakes. Instead, I’ll bet my cake decorator went home and had a funny story to tell. “I decorated a cake today that said ‘Happy New Year’ in Hebrew! In September!” I’ll bet she said. For wedding cakes, the average price in Dallas is $2-3.50 per slice. For an average-sized wedding of 100 guests, that a $200-350 sale. Sorry to burden your religious principles by having to write “Adam and Steve” rather than “Adam and Eve,” to put it in words you’ve repeated so many times you’ve become a boring cliché. And the gays don’t like to skimp. I think the average cake sale will be higher than that. Then there are those homophobic, racist, anti-Semitic wedding photographers. Photographers get a little trickier, and it has nothing to do with their religious beliefs. The photographer will actually be at the event. At an interracial or black wedding, the couple wouldn’t want a photographer who despises them. Photography is an art and it will show in the finished product with lousy photographs. A Jewish or interfaith couple wouldn’t want a photographer spewing anti-Semitic rants at the guests or one who didn’t understand and embrace the customs. A Jewish couple wants a great photograph of breaking the glass and needs the photographer to know that when everyone dances around the couple and parents hoisted on chairs, it is a big deal. The photographer needs to know how to get the memorable shots. Same thing at a same-sex wedding. In states that have marriage equality, photographers have learned that shooting a same-sex wedding is its own art form. One groom won’t be coyly posed on the other groom’s lap. Nor will one throw the bouquet. There may not be bridesmaids wearing gowns designed to make an ugly bride look better, but there may be a whole bevy of groomslesbians. Two women may both be wearing dresses. One or both may be in tuxedos. Its just formal wear. No need to freak out. For a photographer looking to avoid weddings between same-sex couples, there are easy and polite ways to avoid them. It’ll take some work and something called courtesy. These suggestions won’t work for someone looking to start screaming, “I’m Christian and I’m being discriminated against because you’re getting married. It’s the same thing as the Holocaust.” Here’s how ... (Dallas Voice)


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