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Why you should visit Oliver and Mary Oliver & Co., which started as a flower shop in Naperville, Ill.

The flower shop opened in Napoli, Ill., in the summer of 2014 and Oliver & Mary, an Oliver Brothers-style boutique in Tempe, Ariz., opened in 2016.

The company has been in business since 2014.

The two stores are named after two of the founders of the company, Oliver and Joseph Oliver.

The business, which is owned by a family trust, is based in Napolitano, Ill.; the town is named after Oliver.

‘We need to do something’: Activists protest after white supremacist rally in Spokane

Protesters from a black separatist group were confronted by a group of white supremacists on Saturday after an event hosted by the Spokane flower shop.

The protest took place in the parking lot of the Spokane Flower Shop in downtown Spokane.

The event attracted hundreds of people who protested the white supremacist groups agenda, as well as the fact that the store was hosting a black nationalist gathering.

The Spokane Bee reports that “people were chanting and waving white flags and chanting anti-racism slogans, but they also brought up the issue of the white supremacists gathering.

It was a good moment for the demonstrators.”

Several protesters had their faces covered with blackface while others wore masks, including a woman in a mask and a black-masked man in a wig.

The Bee reports a woman was pepper sprayed by the masked man and a woman who was pepper-sprayed was arrested.

Police said they used pepper spray on several protesters.

The group, who are calling themselves the Black Lives Matter Spokane chapter, are trying to organize a peaceful march through the city of Spokane on Saturday to demand justice for Tamir Rice, who was fatally shot by a white police officer in Cleveland, Ohio, last month.

The demonstration was originally scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. but organizers moved it to the parking lots of the store.

The protesters gathered at the flower shop and then marched through the downtown area, where they were met by white supremacists and other protesters.

Several demonstrators were pepper sprayed during the protest.

The demonstrators, including members of the Black Bloc, the Black Youth Project 100, and the Anti-Racist Action, were able to get a few hundred people to leave the parking area to go through the streets to the Spokane Center Mall.

Several protesters, including black women, wore masks while others held signs that read, “This is not your country,” and “No racist violence.

This is not a hate crime.”

One woman was arrested during the march and faces charges of resisting arrest and obstructing an officer.

Police did not say if she was arrested for the act of pepper spraying.

Police say they received reports of two separate incidents of white supremacist violence and were working to determine if there was an ongoing hate crime.

The Anti-Defamation League released a statement calling on the Spokane Police Department to investigate whether there was a pattern of hate crimes.

“We strongly condemn any acts of violence directed against the peaceful demonstrators, but particularly the racist actions that took place during this demonstration, and urge the Spokane City Attorney’s office to investigate the allegations,” the statement read.

Why are women more likely to buy flowers than men?

By Jennifer LoomisCoatesville, Va.

(AP)Women are more likely than men to shop at flower shops, according to a survey by flower shop owner and blogger Viviano Flowers.

In a study published Thursday in the journal Consumer Reports, the flower shop co-owner and blogger says she sees a significant gender gap in the amount of women who buy flowers.

She says women are far more likely that men to order online and shop at other flower shops.

Coatesvillians flower shop at Viviano’s in Coatesville.

Coatsville, Virginia, has the highest percentage of female flower shop customers of any U.S. city.

The city of 4.5 million is home to about 8,000 flower shops with an average of 2,500 flowers a day.

The survey found that women are more than twice as likely as men to visit a flower shop and buy flowers, with women spending about twice as much on flowers as men.

How to choose a flower shop in Alexandria

Alexandros, a popular flower shop with a popular atmosphere, will close for good Thursday, officials said.

The shop was set to close for the week, but after receiving a $7,500 donation from the business’ former owners, the city decided to make it permanent.

“Our goal is to remain open for all our customers,” said Alison Mares, the owner of the flower shop.

Mares said her family had been selling flowers to local residents for the last 15 years.

The shop’s closure will affect about 1,100 customers, she said.

Mare said she had been looking to sell the business for about three years.

She said she was not aware of any other flower shop that would be closed, and that she hoped to open a new shop sometime in the next few weeks.

Mavis G. Haney, the deputy director of Alexandria’s Office of Economic Development, said the city received more than $3 million in donations for the closure.

The city also said that, to ensure that flower shops in Alexandria continue to serve their customers, it will require businesses to get approval from the city to operate and maintain flower shop hours.

Hanes and Mares said they plan to submit a request for approval this week to help determine whether or not they qualify.

The owners of flower shops have been asking the city for help for years, said John Hanes, a longtime Alexandria resident and owner of Flower Shop Alexandria.

He said he was also planning to reopen the shop this week.

Hanes said he has not heard from the City of Alexandria about any plans to reopen, and he said he does not believe the city has any plans for any future flower shops.

“I am sure that the city will have a new plan, I have no idea,” Hanes said.

Haney said the decision to close the shop was not unexpected.

The store was set up in 2004, and had been in business since it opened.

The flower shop was closed for more than a decade because the owners of the business, who did not want their names published, declined to renew their lease, said Mares.

Males said she plans to sell flowers on the premises, but would also open a store in the area.

Marius Hanes was the owner for more then 20 years and is no longer a resident of Alexandria.

His sister, Monique, owns the shop.

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