The Arlene's Flowers lawsuit is a group of merged civil suits brought against Arlene's Flowers of Richland, Washington, US, by a same-sex couple that was refused service, represented by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson. The lawsuits gained national attention due to their religious and civil rights implications.
Pompeo Targone (1575 — ca. 1630), son of a Venetian goldsmith, was an Italian engineer in the service of popes Clement VIII and Paul V. He built the ciborium tabernacle in the Blessed Sacrament chapel of the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, and one of the altars in the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore.
Giacomo Bargone was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, born and active in Genoa. He trained with Andrea and Ottavio Semini. He excited the jealousy of a contemporary artist, Lazzaro Calvi, who reputedly poisoned him and ransomed his cat for several thousand ducats. He flourished in the 16th century.
Sambrini Targone is a deputy of the opposition party PDP (Democratic Pan-African Party in Togo's National Assembly. He was elected in the Dankpen prefecture (Northern Togo) as part of the rainbow coalition during the 2013 Togolese parliamentary election. Deputy Targone name came out of the shadow in Togo after his infamous June 2014 arrest for crime the togolese government claims he committed 5 years earlier. Opposition parties consider the arrest as politically motivated and a way to silence a deputy who had taken a seat from the regime's stronghold and increasingly criticism the president in the region. “We fear for tomorrow, for the future of our country. We have been told the head of state is a man of peace, but his actions have nothing to do with peace” said Mr Paul Dodji Apevon, leader of CAR in reaction to Mr Targone arrest. As term of the deputy bail, a Lomé court banned him from traveling to his circonscription in Dankpen prefecture.
Fargone Beauties is an Australian Country music band. Their single "Wild Thing" had national airplay and was on high rotation on many regional radio stations. The played a cover of " Stairway to Heaven " on The Money or the Gun and appeared on the Breaking Ground - New Directions in Country Music compilation which was nominated for a 1991 ARIA Award for Best Country Album. They were nominated for a Golden guitar in 1994 for their song "Single Drop".