Monday, November 12, 2012


  • New Way In Which Plants Control Flower Production Discovered

    Flowers don't just catch our eyes, they catch those of pollinators like bees as well. They have to, in order to reproduce.

  • 'Anonymous source' says Chiefs' Brandon Flowers is unhappy in Kansas City

    Naturally, Chiefs coaches and players are frustrated, too. A source told PFW that CB Brandon Flowers, who signed a six-year, $49.3 million deal last September, has been telling teammates in the locker room that he would give back all his new money just ...

  • Avon High School's fall play "Flowers for Algernon" opens this weekend

    AVON, Ohio - Tickets are on sale for Avon High School's fall play, "Flowers for Algernon" at the school. Show dates and times are Nov. 16 and 17 at 7 p.m.

  • MLB rumors: Chicago White Sox Shopping Tyler Flowers?

    The Chicago White Sox might be shopping Tyler Flowers. Rumors coming out of the general manager meetings in California are that the New York Mets seem to be the most interested team.

  • Drink your flowers. Or, enjoy wild hibiscus flowers in your champagne flutes

    Susan Sundstrom, with the newly opened Bevmo in Santee, elaborated that the addition of the flowers to champagne has been more widely known for about one and half years.

  • In lieu of flowers, 'go see the new James Bond,' dead man requests

    The final line of his obituary is both awesome and sad, since Jones unfortunately passed just a week before the film came out out in the U.S.

  • Artificial flowers fill real need for veterans

    BARBOURSVILLE, W.Va. -- After watching Norbert Reif carefully roll tiny, red tissue-thin pieces of paper into artificial poppies, one might think his hands would ache.

  • Diwali 2012 delights: Flower markets remain choc-a-block

    VARANASI: A variety of flowers are decked up in the flower markets of the city. Two prominent flower mandis at Maldahiya and Bansphatak remained chock-a-block on Dhanteras.

  • This Week: Cell Phone Workshops, Fremont Flowers Mixer, Stroller Strides

    Local business owners are invited to join Fremont Flowers for a networking mixer this Wednesday from 5 to 7 p.m. The event will provide a venue for business owners to mingle while highlighting Fremont Flowers. Established in 1956, the local business ...

  • Local students thank veterans with flowers and songs

    James Lemoine was one of more than 35 veterans who attended a veterans' appreciation program at Killingly Central School on Nov. 9. The Vietnam veteran joined with veterans from World War II to the present, as 463 KCS students and staff members ...

  • Flowers Foods 3rd-Quarter Net Rises 0.7% Amid Charge; Sales Up 6.2%

    By Melodie Warner. Flowers Foods Inc.'s (FLO) third-quarter earnings rose 0.7% as acquisition charges masked the packaged baked-goods company's sales growth.

  • New flower varieties excel at overwintering

    "These flowers have more hardiness because they were developed in many different locations, and strains were chosen from breeding stock that did best in temperature extremes," said Cool Wave plant manager Claire Watson.

  • Flowers on the Psych Ward

    Psychiatric hospitals have a certain smell. Old urine hits the nostrils first and then the sting of bleach. As I unlock the metal doors, the smell lets me know where and what I am: a pre-doctoral intern at a forensic psychiatric hospital in Boston.

  • Feynman's Flowers - A Citizen Science Project To Unlock The Secrets Of ...

    Want to help unlock the secrets of magnetism at the molecular scale without getting a PhD in physics? A citizen science project entitled Feynman's Flowers lets volunteers from across the world analyze microscope images of individual molecules, which ...

  • Mercer businesses fare differently in wake of Hurricane Sandy

    "It's been bad for everybody, but because we're small-business owners it's a lot more for us to take than other people," said Maggie Szorc, who runs Joseph's Flowers in Hamilton with sister-in-law Aneta Szorc. "What we've lost is coming out of our ...

  • Flower power

    Solomon Leong Ling-kong, president of the Hong Kong Flower Club, believes in the Hua Yan School of Chinese Buddhism mantra: "One flower equates to one world, one leaf reflects one Buddha." Flowers can help people relax by creating happy feelings ...

  • ATH Flowers has one offer, wants more

    At 6-foot and 180 pounds, Flowers is one of John Tyler's most versatile players. He was a 1,000-yard receiver as a junior, but he's been equally important for the offense and defense his senior season.

  • Darkness after Obama's election shows country's deep division

    Christine M. Flowers: Darkness after Obama's election shows country's deep division. Christine M. Flowers. Posted: Friday, November 9, 2012, 3:01 AM.

  • Sights, sounds, sacrifices of Vietnam are forever part of Marine's life

    STOCKTON - It was mid-February 1964, less than three months after the trauma of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, when a young Michael Flowers turned 18 and signed up for the U.S. Marine Corps. It was a delayed enlistment, after all, since ...

  • Mourners leave flowers at police helicopter crash site in Atlanta

    ATLANTA -- Mourners have been leaving flowers, cards and other mementos at a makeshift memorial near the site of a police helicopter crash that killed two Atlanta officers who were searching for a runaway boy.

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