Florists in Chauvin, LA
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Chauvin Flower Shops
5228 Highway 56
Chauvin, LA 70344
Chauvin LA News
Jan 8, 2016
The problem with Bill Clinton
It's an attitude at variance with contemporary morals. Old school feminists often had to suffer the indignities of working alongside chauvinist pigs to get things done. Not so anymore. Increasingly, feminism is judged as much on how we treat each other on a day-to-day basis as it is on government policy -- so there is no hiding place for the politician who says one thing and then does another. That makes perfect sense.
We'd have no tolerance for someone who preached civil rights from the pulpit but was condescending to black people in private. Likewise, many modern feminists would be astonished at the idea that a woman should have to "tolerate" her partner's bad behavior as part of a political contract. In 1992, during the Gennifer Flowers frenzy, Hillary Clinton joked that she wasn't "some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette." Three decades later, that's exactly what she does look like to many people.
How will this affect the presidential race? Trump's remarks certainly won't do him any damage in the primaries. Contrary to liberal myth, there are such things as Republican women and they tend to be just as conservative as Republican men.
In the general election, however, many more moderate women may find it unappealing that The Donald chooses to personalize politics by going after Bill Clinton and see his remarks as underscoring conservative hostility towards feminists trying to break the glass ceiling.
But don't be too surprised if Bill Clinton becomes a bigger electoral issue than once expected. We live in an era haunted by ghosts of old scandals: Historic abuse cases are bringing down powerful men all the time. There is an appetite for correcting the sins of the past. Bill Clinton may find himself being horribly reminded of his ill-spent youth.
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(KBZK Bozeman News)Dec 30, 2015
St. Tammany property transfers, Nov. 4 to Nov. 16, 2015
S. Maricelli and Sarah P. Maricelli.
HYACINTH DRIVE 32: $269,000, Paul N. Arnold and Louise T. Arnold to Andrew R. Seabough and Valerie R. Chauvin.
J ST. 70531: $128,888, Tanner Manor Flips LLC to Amanda Marie Lewis.
JUSTIN DRIVE 1817: $229,430, DSLD Homes LLC to Tri-Point Properties LLC.
JUSTIN DRIVE 1821: $209,505, DSLD Homes LLC to Richard Smith Jr. and Sue Smith.
KNOLL PINE CIRCLE 296: $189,900, DSLD Homes LLC to Juan Sanchez.
LAKE RAMSEY SUBDIVISION, PHASE 3, LOT 45-A: $90,000, Timothy Fitzpatric to Alvin Carter and Colleen D. Carter.
LAURELWOOD DRIVE 7: $575,000, Muguette A. Syracuse to Sean T. McLaughlin and Jennifer H. McLaughlin.
LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 437 85135: $215,000, Kimberly M. Kern Forrest to Rebecca Ann Farley Altobelli.
M. P. PLANCHE ROAD 16521: $83,475, J. P. Morgan Chase Bank NA to Janet B. Lopez.
MILITARY ROAD 72588, 72598: $752,500, Edmund W. Englisbee Hughes Sr. and Elizabeth L. Hughes to Joseph T. Toomy and Jo Ann Fist Toomy.
MILITARY ROAD 74231: $212,000, Collectableworks LLC to Thomas M. Burns III and Menette W. Burns.
MISTLETOE DRIVE 44: $100 and other good and valuable consideration, Patrick C. Willis and Toni L. Willis to Robert H. Mack and Stephanie R. Mack.
N. VERONA DRIVE 497: $287,765, DSLD Homes LLC to Daniel J. Cerasoli and Carol A. Cerasoli.
NATCHEZ COURT 125: $75,000, Rockwell Builders LLC to Zachary N. Zornes nd Monia S. Zornes.
NORTH END NO. 2 SUBDIVISION, LOTS 33, 34, 35, 36, SQUARE V: $10 and other good and valuable considerations, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Yordana Jaquelin Morales Garcia Sanabrea.
NORTH END SUBDIVISION, LOTS 11, 12 ,13, 14, 15, 16, SQUARE J: donation, no value stated, Mary Katherine Mansfield Lee to Sherry Theresa Lee.
NORTHRIDGE DRIVE 181: donation, no value stated, Tilghman George Chachere IV to Sherry Elaine Reinerth Chachere.
PIN OAK CIRCLE 11: $320,000, Adeshola Alade Adebisi and Adenike Adebsi to Barry E. Oakley and Patricia O. Oakley.
PLACE ST. MICHEL 415: $303,000, Kevin Thomas Reckert and Therese Talbot Reckert to Thomas C. LeBlanc and Mollie C. Burke.
SECTION 10, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 10 EAST, PORTION OF GORUND: $30,000, Robert F. Balsamo Sr. and Patsy W. Balsamo to Raven Emmily Stein.
SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 10 EAST, PORTION OF GROUND: $30,000, Alton F. Schmitt to Kim K. Rodriguez.
TAMMANY HILLS SUBDIVISION, LOT 28, 30, SQUARE 85: $65,000, Citigroup Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-WFHE4 to Anthony J. Savarino.
TAMMANY HILLS SUBDIVISION, LOTS 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, SQUARE 65: $100, Eddy M. Quijano to Dragonfly Enterprises Inc..
TAMMANY HILLS SUBDIVISION, LOTS 2, 4, 6, SQUARE 62: $12,500, Angel Louise Rose Cantu to Gary M. Mourain and Cynthia Marie T. Mourain.
TCHEFUNCTE DRIVE 206: $443,000, Randy C. Muse and Belinda C. Muse to Rigney J. Sackley IV and Anne-Marie Wilson Sackley.
TERRA BELLA SUBDISION, PHASE 1-A-5, LOTS 350-A, 350-B, 351-B: $182,500, Terra Bella Group LLC to Highland Homes of Laplace Inc..
THETA AVE. 74527: $145,900, DSLD Homes LC to Jordy A. Thibodeaux.
THETA AVE. 74533: $138,900, DSLD Homes LLC to Melvin H. Adolph Jr..
THOMAS DRIVE 2012: $236,900, DSLD Homes LLC to Benjamin J. Zeringue and Brandy B. Zeringue.
W. 12TH AVE. 512, MOONRAKER DRIVE 392, RICHARD KOCH ROAD 16042: $2,015, BFNH LLC and Carry Trade LLC to Rio Lindo Inc..
WAX MYRTLE DRIVE 2: $168,800, Arthur A. Monroe and Mary J. Monroe to Gavin M. Fury and Monique D. Fury.
WESTON WAY 601: $329,800, Varuso Homes LLC to Robert R. Morse Jr. and Mary Ann Kowalski.
ORLEANS AVE. 607: $220,000, Ernest Colbert Jr. to Ann Marie LeBlanc.
SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 11 EAST, PORTION OF GROUND: $27,500, Glendale Properties LLC to Brandie S. Saverese.
SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 11 EAST, PORTION OF GROUND: donation, no value stated, Jeremy M. Welch and Tina H. Welch to Manuel L. Hoffmann and Kathy A. Hoffmann.
SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 10 EAST, PORTION... (The New Orleans Advocate)Oct 6, 2015
Dior's Grand, Flower-Covered Mountain of a Set, by the Numbers
In both instances, de Betak worked with the Parisian florist Eric Chauvin — though in 2012, he primarily collaborated with the Belgian floral designer Mark Colle.) If the delphiniums seem like a déjà vu, that’s because 48,000 of them bloomed forth from a single room. The openness and scale of this statement, by contrast, speaks to Dior’s very deep pockets, sure; but also to the sheer desire to, as de Betak puts it, communicate something beautiful.
The 59-foot-high mountain will remain in place over the weekend before the entire scene gets dismantled. Those eager to photograph the installation may consider heading into the Louvre, where the elevation offers the best vantage point, not to mention some added perspective. From here, where masterful depictions of flowers in paintings and on porcelain are preserved in perpetuity, the floral mountain will soon exist only in the collective memory — which, of course, includes Instagram. Said de Betak, “It makes you read history in a different way.”
Correction: October 5, 2015
An earlier version of this post misidentified the florist Alexandre de Betak primarily worked with when he oversaw the venue design of the Dior haute couture show in July 2012. ?The florist is Mark Colle, not Eric Chauvin.
(New York Times)