Fall 2019 Food Drive with the Maryland Food Bank!

Fall 2019 Food Drive with the Maryland Food Bank!

Larry & Sons is proud to help out the local community by hosting a food drive, now through November 27th! We are working with the Maryland Food Bank to accept donations for canned and non-perishable items from anyone interested in assisting with providing some meals for those in need during the upcoming holiday season. The Maryland Food Bank is a wonderful organization that is dedicated to providing meals for individuals and families who experience food insecurity. Every year, they donate...
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5 Last Minute DIY Plumbing Gifts

Time is ticking, and Christmas will be here before you know it. Do you still have some people you need to check off your shopping list? If so, why not make an awesome gift yourself and avoid the crowds at the mall? Believe it or not, you can make some pretty incredible things using plumbing supplies from the hardware store. Check out these quick and easy ideas! Hand Painted Washer Pendants   Image Source: Artisana Studio It doesn’t get much...
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The Fashion of Wearing White and Labor Day

You may have heard about the fashion faux pas of wearing white after Labor Day. In the present, this tradition is usually treated as old fashioned and a joke. Few people will criticize you for wearing white articles of clothing after the first Monday in September, or even take notice of it except to wonder why it was ever a major concern at all. Where did this tradition of white clothing going out of fashion after Labor Day come from,...
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The Famous Painting of the Declaration of Independence Isn’t What You Think It Is

If you grew up in the United States, you probably first saw John Trumbull’s painting of the Signing of the Declaration of Independence in an elementary schoolbook. This oil-on-canvas 12’ x 18’ painting hangs in the rotunda of the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. It is one of the most famous symbols of freedom in the country and almost every citizen can conjure it from memory. Except… the painting isn’t of the singing of the Declaration of Independence. The...
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Who Wrote the First Valentine’s Day Poem?

The celebration of Valentine’s Day is often seen as a modern institution, even if the roots of the holiday go back to Late Antiquity and the figures of St. Valentine of Rome and St. Valentine of Terni. It’s difficult to separate our view of February 14th from the more recent phenomenon of greeting cards, comical cupids, and specialty treats from candy companies. However, not only are some of these traditions older than we might think (mass-produced Valentine’s Day cards were...
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