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Going with tradition on Valentine's Day? Choose gifts with a fresh and local twist - Insider LouisvilleTuesday, February 21, 2017
Muth’s Candies, at 630 E. Market St., has been around since the 1920s. Perusing their selection of handmade chocolates, caramels and brittles is like stepping back in time.Just across the bridge in Jeffersonville (347 Spring St.) is G.A. Schimpff’s Confectionery. This store also has a long history — it began in its present location in 1891 — and also boasts one of the few candy museums in the United States. While just walking around the place could be a Valentine’s treat itself (they offer tours), you can find just about any candy your heart desires, including some local treats such as Schimpff’s signature Red Hots, Modjeskas and Hard Fish candies.Cellar Door Chocolates was the Official Chocolate Sponsor of the 67th Emmy Awards. Its owner, Erika Chavez-Graziano, was a graduate research assistant at UofL when she realized her heart was no longer in academia. She decided to start a business based on the truffles she often made for friends and family. You’ll find locations in Butchertown Market, downtown Louisville and Oxmoor Center.If you like your chocolates with a little kick, check out Art Eatables, a chocolatier and confectioner located at 631 S. Fourth St. Their Small-Batch Bourbon Truffles are their signature version of the traditional bourbon ball. Even if you don’t like bourbon, you’ll like the combination with Belgian-style chocolate.
Find ideas for a Valentine's Day to remember - Insider LouisvilleTuesday, February 21, 2017
Muth’s Candies, at 630 E. Market, and Schimpff’s Confectionery just across the bridge in Jeffersonville, are two of the oldest candy stores in the country. Perusing their selection of handmade chocolates, caramels and brittles is like stepping back in time.Cellar Door Chocolates was the Official Chocolate Sponsor of the 67th Emmy Awards. This business was founded by a UofL graduate student who wanted to sell the truffles she often made for friends and family. You’ll find locations in Butchertown Market, downtown Louisville and Oxmoor Center.If your loved one enjoys chocolate with a little kick, Art Eatables on 631 S. Fourth St. offers their signature version of the traditional bourbon ball. Even if you don’t like bourbon, you’ll like the combination with Belgian-style chocolate.Where to dineLouisville also offers delicious variety when it comes to romantic fine-dining establishments, and most of them are offering Valentine’s Day specials. Here are just a few standouts. Click on the links to check out remaining availability.Varanese on 2106 Frankfort Ave. is celebrating Valentine’s Day with its “Special Aphrodisiac Menu.”The English Grill at the Brown Hotel on 335 W. Broadway offers southern grace and the elegant feel of a private club.Jack Fry’s on 1007 Bardstown Road is a staple in Louisville’s culinary scene, having been recognized by several publications including The New York Times, Bon Appétit, and Southern Living.Asiatique on 1767 Bardstown Road is a sleek, upscale restaurant serving creative Asian-fusion fare.Whitehall Estate on 3110 Lexington Road is a historic local wedding venue. For Valentine’s Day, it will feature a four-course feast prepared by Chef Gregoire Guiot and served by candlelight.Eclectic mixLooking for a unique gift for that special someone? You’re bound to find it in one of Louisville’s many locally owned shops.Ah, Whatta ‘Bout Mimi! on 701 W. Market has a gift basket for everyone, from spa gifts to gourmet treats. Their Valentine basket, “Just For Him,” includes Cajun-spiced pretzels, Screamin’ Mimi’s Salsa and chocolate-covered mint cups.Forage, a boutique retail shop on 1731 Frankfort Ave., offers a wide selection of curated interior plants, art, jewelry and gifts. Regalo, a fun and quirky shop on 562 S. Fourth Street, offers an eclectic mix of unique gifts, one-of-a-kind jewelry, accessories, contemporary decor and original art. Regalo also has a store in New Albany.Work the Metal on 1201 Story Ave. sells an extensive mix of locally made jewelry, clothing and accessories for men and women at affordable prices. Cordial Lee is a small, family-owned business in Mt. Washingt...
Tennessee's 2019 Offseason Outlook: Safety - 247SportsTuesday, March 05, 2019
Star/Money positions, which both played last season. Shamburger was in and out of Pruitt's doghouse last season (he didn't even make the travel roster for the Georgia game and started at Auburn two weeks later), but the Vols still think he can be a quality player.Labruzza has played in 11 games, primarily on special teams, the past two seasons, but Davis should be able to get in the mix in the secondary after redshirting last season.Four-star McCollough is an early enrollee who will go through spring practice, which will provide him the valuable reps he needs to learn the defense and get comfortable in it, and that could help him as he challenge for a significant role as a freshman.img src="https://s3media.247sports.com/Uploads... https://247sports.com/college/tennessee/Article/Tennessee-Vols-safety-2019-Offseason-Outlook-Nigel-Warrior-Trevon-Flowers-129598306/
These Photographers Make Surprisingly Fresh Photos of Flowers - VICETuesday, March 05, 2019
The following seven photographers reimagine the potentially tired genre with new grit and energy. For some, like Joaquin Trujillo, Melissa Eder, and Georgia Matsamaki, flowers are the central subject, while for others, like Alanna Airitam, flowers act as an occasional yet important object to help give clues to larger ideas and histories. Still others, like Abelardo Morell and Gregory Eddi Jones, create elaborate floral remixes. Read on, and make sure to keep up with them all on Instagram. Flowers for Lisa #1, 2014 Flowers for Lisa #44, 2017 source media="(max-width: 53.125em)" srcset="https://video-ima... https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/kzd7wv/these-photographers-make-surprisingly-fresh-photos-of-flowers
Famed florist to present during Atlanta Botanical Garden Flower Show - Atlanta Journal ConstitutionTuesday, January 08, 2019
FULL COVERAGE: Atlanta Botanical Garden Flower Show continues 30-year tradition The theme, “Ingenue: A Toast to Georgia’s Film Industry,” is particularly appropriate for Duarte, but he’s ready to teach everyone how to create arrangements fit for a star. “I love living with flowers. It just changes the mood,” he said during a recent interview. “Throughout the year, certain flowers are available. It reminds you, ‘Oh, it’s Spring!’” He loves orchids, especially lady slipper orchids, and enjoys mixing in materials like branches or bark to add texture. ( Take a look at his handiwork here ). He also likes to use leaves in unusual ways to add visual interest, and turning greenery from filler to fabulous will be among the techniques he’ll cover during today’s lecture. “It’s going to be fun,” he said. “People can go home and try it themselves.” Whether you receive or create an arrangement, hydration is key to enjoying it longer, so be sure to keep the water changed and the stems snipped, he advised. Oh, and if you’re planning an Oscar watching party and aren’t sure what to festoon the buffet table with: “I would do a gold container with all red roses,” Duarte advised. “Very classic.” Joining him Saturday will be author and garden, floral and interior designer James Farmer, an editor-at-large for Southern Living. Presentations are today from 2 to 5:30 p.m. at the Piedmont Driving Club, 1215 Piedmont Avenue NE. Tickets are $50 and are available online here. ... https://www.ajc.com/blog/buzz/famed-florist-present-during-atlanta-botanical-garden-flower-show/cyqPwgRtfpKEOGZaOZwkRM/
Georgia flower shop owner sends flowers to every single teacher at school | WSB-TV - WSB AtlantaMonday, December 17, 2018
Georgia flower shop owner sends flowers to every single teacher at school WALTON COUNTY, Ga. - A local flower shop owner went above and beyond for the people who are help shaping the next generation. Owner of April’s Rose Garden, Sandi Williams, made special flowers for every single employee at Walnut Grove Elementary School in Walton County. Her co-workers contacted Channel 2 Action News about her story and said she has been working non-stop for days making the arrangements. In total, Williams made arrangements for 150 staff at the school. The flowers were delivered Tues... https://www.wsbtv.com/news/national/hot-topics/georgia-flower-shop-owner-sends-flowers-to-every-single-teacher-at-school/808141823