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Jul 6, 2021

Flowers on France - Mpls.St.Paul Magazine

Galleria stepped in a few years ago to become the new home turf for the annual Bachman’s spring flower show after Macy’s closed its downtown Minneapolis location. With the show shelved this year, Galleria delivers FloralPop: A Blooming Transformation via enormous vinyl panels with a street-art style that also serve as an invitation to a summer of events and giveaways. This sweet treat showcases the playful side of this grande dame of upscale retail and offers a refreshing reminder to celebrate life and creativity. Adblock test (Why?)...

Sep 7, 2020

Area man hands out roses – and happiness – to 'transform world with love' - Delray Newspaper

The Happy Printer.” Lerman said he got the idea for the exultant flower distribution following the death of George Floyd earlier this year in Minneapolis. Floyd’s death during police apprehension seems to have ignited a series of protests that often became violent and destructive and fed a wave of racial tension. “For me, I don’t see skin color. I see us all as human beings,” said the Happy Printer. “We all can love each other. I mean love is simple.” “The first thing I did was, I went to Whole Foods and Publix, bought flowers and gave out roses to all the African Americans in the store. I said, ’I love you’ and they said, ‘I love you’ back. And then they said, ’God bless you’ and ‘we need love now more than ever before,’” the flower giver explained. Lerman posted pictures of his love largesse on Facebook and received hundreds of “likes.” Suddenly, a movement was born – and people from all over began to join the campaign of this specially designated, garden-style Pied Piper. Some of his followers buy roses to give out at his appearances. Lerman said about 20 folks from his entourage joined him to distribute flowers to people at Town Center Mall in Boca Raton. He has also been handing out flowers at Mizner Park, and recently showed up at a Publix on Military Trail in Greenacres. Ken Lerman holds some of bouquets he recently handed out at a Winn Dixie in Lake Worth. Photo by Dale King. Filling a shopping card with about three dozen roses that he purchased, Lerman approached some of the shoppers as they entered the store on a very hot, bright Sunday midday. “Have a flower. We love you,” he said. Some took the offering of love, and many thanked the rose donor for his kindness. Many seemed surprised at the show of affection in a tumultuous world. But on this day, the flower festivity would not go as smoothly as at other times. The assistant store manager, Josh Rongione, appeared at the entry door and told Lerman and his supporters to leave. The flower man removed the bouquets from the carriage and headed for a Winn Dixie on Hypoluxo Road in nearby Lake Worth. The departure was quick and peaceful. Later, Rongione told the Boca Newspaper that he had gotten several complaints from customers who said Lerman was blocking the doorway. The store official also said that to gather a crowd during a mask-demanding pandemic was not an appropriate behavior “with everything that is happening in the world.” At the Winn Dixie, though, Lerman said he was met at the door by a manager who took him around the market to give flowers to all employees and lot...

Jun 19, 2020

'Incredibly brave:' Madison police react to flowers from protesters - WKOW

Demonstrations in Madison have continued each night since Saturday in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Police custody. Around 1 a.m. a Madison police Special Events Team stood in a line near the Capitol. Authorities said they were there to give "people space to exercise their First Amendment rights." They were also staged to deploy onto State Street if looting were to erupt again as it had the previous two nights. An officer said a woman told both police and a group of people congregated near the top of State Street that the organized, nonviolent protest ended. "The woman made clear that whoever remained would know that their decision could carry a consequence," police said. The woman wished police a safe night and others in her group handed out flowers to the officers before leaving. Protesters and police sharing moments of humanity: It was unexpected, but yet an oh-so welcome peace offering, considering these turbulent and divisive times, and it came from an organizer of last night's protest... Read The Story—>— Madison Police (@madisonpolice) June 3, 2020 Video from Instagram user @collin_ps showed one passionate demonstrater speaking to the officers just before others distributed the flowers. "I want you to know I appreciate you all and it's not about race," said the man. "It's about the evil spirits, man." The speaker, who said he was raised in Madison, claimed he traveled up from Florida on Monday to participate in the demonstrations. "You all have a good night," he concluded. "...

Jun 19, 2020

Irvine vigil for George Floyd: candles, flowers and silence for 8 minutes, 46 seconds - OCRegister

As the nation observed a memorial for George Floyd in Minneapolis, Orange County residents gathered near Irvine City Hall Thursday for the fifth day in a row to mark his death and honor his life.They brought flowers. They lit candles. They held a moment of silence for eight minutes and 46 seconds – the length of time a Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee against Floyd’s neck. About 50 community members attended the vigil and built a temporary shrine to Floyd at the city’s Bill Barber Memorial Park. “If we don’t make real changes as individuals and collectively, we will be back here in five years. History has a way of repeating itself,” Mission Viejo resident D.J. McAllister, 25, a computer salesman, told the crowd. DaShuana Womack, 22, a Cal State Long Beach student, teared up as she told those gathered that she was one of only five black students during her time University High in Irvine. “I didn’t feel this love at University High but I feel it now. Thank you for standing up for us. I’m so tired of being an advocate for an entir...

Jan 4, 2020

Obituary: James P. Fugere - Summit Daily News

Iron Mountain, Michigan to Philip and Kathleen Fugere. He graduated from Michigan Tech University in 1961. Marlene and Jim met in Minneapolis at Control Data and were married on October 6, 1962 in Jackson, Minnesota. Jim had a great love of the outdoors, especially of skiing, biking and hiking. Jim and the family moved to Boulder in 1981 after accepting a position with Storage Technology. When Storage Tech experienced some financial difficulties in the early 1980’s, Jim and five partners started McData in 1982. Jim was the lead engineer and developed the product. In 1995 McData was acquired in a stock purchase by EMC2. Jim is survived by his wife, Marlene; children, Christine Kaiser (Pete), Lisa Batts (Greg) and Valerie Fugere; siblings, Robert Fugere (Gloria), Mary Jane Vogel (Jim) and Gilbert Fugere (Barb); and six grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Kathy. The visitation will be Friday, January 3 starting at 5:00 PM with the Vigil at 6:00 PM at Greenwood and Myers Mortuary. Mass of Christian Burial will be on Saturday, January 4 at 10:00 AM at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to a charity of your choice. Please visit http://www.greenwo...

Oct 10, 2019

Minneapolis musical mentor and ‘mad scientist’ Ed Ackerson dies at 54 - St. Paul Pioneer Press

Gary Louris never let Ed Ackerson forget how they first met.It was back in the ’80s, when Louris and the Jayhawks were playing a Minneapolis club and Ackerson’s band was the opening act. “I think the band was the Dig,” Louris said. “He was just this young kid, a total mod. I asked him a question, something about the green room or maybe when we were going on. He said: ‘Ask my manager.’ “That’s so not Ed,” Louris said with a laugh. “He was the humblest, sweetest guy in the world. Ed was one of the smartest people I’ve ever met. He was kind of like a mad scientist in a way. Everything he did, he did well.” A prolific singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, engineer and mixer, Ackerson died Friday after being diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. He was 54. Widely loved and deeply respected by the Twin Cities musical community — and known for sending custom Christmas cards each December — Ackerson worked with many of the biggest bands in the region, including the Replacements, the Jayhawks, Soul Asylum, Golden Smog, Motion City Soundtrack, Mark Mallman and Mason Jennings. He also led numerous ban...


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