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Ooh La La in Grapevine Texas Meet The Neighbors Grapevine Station Apartments
Tutorial introducing Meet The Neighbors series Tutorial of Grapevine Tutorial of Ooh La La store on Main Street gt;gt; BRITTANY: This is Brittany from GrapevineStation Apartments. This is part of our Meet The Neighbors series.We are downtown on historic Main Street in Grapevine and wepopped into a little store called Ooh La La. And this isshop owner Sylvia. How are you Sylviaé
gt;gt; SYLVIA: I'm good. gt;gt; BRITTANY: Tell us a little bit about yourstore and the history on Grapevine. gt;gt; SYLVIA: Well, Ooh La La has been here abouteleven years. When I opened on Main Street it was, um, more ofa local character and now it's just become a shopping mecca. gt;gt; BRITTANY: I've seen you guys do some reallyneat events. What do you have going on, like on a weekly basisor monthlyé
gt;gt; SYLVIA: Um, we always have a monthly event,either a fashion show or a fundraiser. We have Botox partiesfor those ladies that need a little help. gt;gt; BRITTANY: Does it hurté gt;gt; SYLVIA: Well, you know I'm really 108 yearsold, I've had quite a bit of botox. Yeah, it hurts a little, uh,but it's worth it because you don't age Laugh. gt;gt; BRITTANY: Well, at least, I have an awesometip from you and I
know that I won't ever get as historic asdowntown Main Street as long as I come to your botox parties. Laughs Now we got to get serious for a minute. I'velooked around your store. I see lots of cool stuff going on.Can you tell me a little bit about what brands you carry and what yourmost popular brand isé gt;gt; SYLVIA: OK, well with carry Miss Me jeansand clothing. That's probably our number one item. Um, we alsocarry some great bling
boots that people love, especially the tourists.Um, hand bags from Big Budda and Deluxe. We have a wonderfulscent line called Niven Morgan made in Dallas, uh Bath and Body,and a whole lot of other stuff so come in and check it out. gt;gt; BRITTANY: Well, how exactly do we findyoué gt;gt; SYLVIA: Well, we're at 408 South Main Streetand you can find us on Facebook, we are Ooh La La. O oh, L A, L A. And we also have a website, OOHLALATX . ThanksA lot.
gt;gt; BRITTANY: No, thank you. This is anotherepisode of Meet The Neighbors and we love meeting our neighborsin Grapevine, Texas. This is Brittany from Grapevine Station Apartmentsand we will see you later.
Meet Karlia Meitha learn how to grow grapevine successfully
I did both my degrees in Indonesia for undergraduate I did Biology and for my Masters degree I did biotechnology both working in banana My research area now is plant production. I am doing my research on grapevine, the buds, so I am looking why are some buds are not bursting when Spring comes. During Winter they are both as you can see no leaves at all. But sometimes when Spring comes they are still both some are not turning into shoots
so I would like to know what happened to those why they are not turning into shoots I chose UWA because basically I like to work in Plant Biology and in fruiting plants and then I searched the whole of Australia and there were two candidate supervisors that I liked but my supervisor here Michael Considine he was very friendly and very supportive from the beginning so I decided to come here The facilities here are very good for example even though
not every lab or facilities are in the same place and I sometimes have to go to a but it is very easy to access what they have there even though I am not from that School and overall people are also very helpful here. I had a very good opportunity last year so because collaboration here is really good so we have lots of adjunct professors coming from overseas universities, well known universities and then my supervisor
he also has a good collaboration with prominent scientist from Leeds University Christine Foyer so last year I was invited to visit her lab for 4 months at Leeds Univerrsity which was really good for me because then it expanded my network and then I have more opportunities to experience working in different labs.
After finishing my PhD I would like to do some more postdoc research to make myself more mature in Biology research My dream job is to be a lecturer as well as a researcher especially because I'd like to invite more young women to study in science so I think they have to see an example first and then maybe they can be inspired
to do the same as myself. And for science itself the matter that we need to provide more food I think to work with plants, which is the main producer of food is the best thing to do so that maybe later we can feed the world to produce more food for the people.