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Stop Shop Florist
- (floral) resembling or made of or suggestive of flowers; "an unusual floral design"
- discontinue: put an end to a state or an activity; "Quit teasing your little brother"
- A cessation of movement or operation
- A break or halt during a journey
- the event of something ending; "it came to a stop at the bottom of the hill"
- A place designated for a bus or train to halt and pick up or drop off passengers
- patronize: do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
- a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
- A place where things are manufactured or repaired; a workshop
- An act of going shopping
- do one's shopping; "She goes shopping every Friday"
- A building or part of a building where goods or services are sold; a store
Bread and Tulips
Left behind at a rest stop while on a tour with her family, Rosalba decides to take a vacation of her own in Venice, but soon a few days turns into something more as she makes new friends, gets a job and meets a new man.
Genre: Foreign Film - Italian
Release Date: 26-MAR-2002
Media Type: DVD
Italy's magical fantasy of midlife crisis and rebirth in Venice, the city of lovers, swept the Italian film awards and charmed all of Europe. Director Silvio Soldini turns the tourist mecca of piazzas, canals, and stone bridges into a quaint little village out of time and fills the film with the charm of the city and the gentle quirks of his delightful cast. Licia Maglietta is winning as Rosalba, the frustrated and ignored middle-aged mom who impulsively takes a vacation from her family. She hitchhikes to Venice and falls for lonely, suicidal Icelandic waiter-poet Bruno Ganz (whose soulful, sad eyes recall his fallen angel from Wings of Desire), blossoming as she rediscovers her smile and joy for life. Sweetly sexy and beautifully shot, this story of second chances may not be original or surprising (think Shirley Valentine), but it's no less lovely or enchanting for it. --Sean Axmaker
Florist Shop Destroyed by Multi-Alarm Fire
In the early morning hours of Friday, September 18, 2009 units of the City of Santa Clara Fire Department responded to reports of a commercial vehicle fire adjacent to the Citti's Florist at 800 Scott Boulevard.
Arriving units discovered a well involved delivery van and a portion of the florist shop on fire. Firefighters initiated an aggressive offensive attack deploying multiple lines to stop the spread of the flames.
The incident commander, Battalion Chief Randy Titus, called for additional alarms to assist with fire attack, ventilation, and salvage. Firefighters were able to prevent the fire from spreading to an adjacent apartment building, but much of the florist shop was destroyed by fire, heat, and smoke.
It took firefighters approximately 40 minutes to bring the blaze under control. There were no injuries and the cause of the fire is considered suspicious.
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After a much publicized departure from hosting NBC's "Tonight Show," Conan O'Brien hit the road with a 32-city music-and-comedy show. "The Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour" was O'Brien's answer to a contractual stipulation that banned his appearance on television, radio and the internet for six months following his last show. Filmmaker Rodman Flender's resulting documentary, CONAN O'BRIEN CAN T STOP, is an intimate portrait of an artist trained in improvisation, captured at the most improvisational time of his career.
Even if Conan O'Brien were "Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television"--the official name of the 2010 tour featured in the documentary Conan O'Brien Can't Stop, he'd happily be a scofflaw. Longtime TV director Rodman Flender (Ugly Betty) captures both O'Brien's spontaneous humor in his standup comic tour around the United States, but also his rage. O'Brien briefly replaced Jay Leno as host of NBC's The Tonight Show, but ratings for the show plummeted. So NBC dropped O'Brien, and O'Brien got his revenge by selling out shows in 32 cities, featuring equal parts standup, monologue, and screed against NBC. "If there's ever been a time in my life when I could say 'the hell with it,' it would be now," O'Brien says early in the film, setting up his rage as well as finding a pretty good outlet for it. Those who wonder if there's a healthy--or even unhealthy--dose of anger behind most standup comics will see the answer in a largely unguarded O'Brien, captured with raw honesty by Flender, in Conan O'Brien Can't Stop. O'Brien is also joined at various points of the tour by Jim Carrey, Andy Richter, Steve Kroft of 60 Minutes (who gets an earful), Eddie Vedder, and others. And O'Brien does manage to be pretty funny, mostly in off-the cuff moments. But Conan O'Brien Can't Stop is notable mostly for O'Brien's willingness to be shown as the pot lid is starting to blow off the boiling pan. And that makes for incredibly gripping viewing. --A.T. Hurley
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