Larson, Administrative History of Milwaukee (Madison, Wisconsin, 1908).
Starting in 1980 Gary Larson became known the world over for giving us glimpses into sublime genius, with a liberal sprinkling of cows.
Some companies, such as Pratt & Larson of Portland, Oregon, spray a base glaze onto each tile.
Three-dimensional handmade tiles such as those made by Pratt and Larson or Brittany and Coggs are a great way to make a sunflower statement in your kitchen.
George Clooney and his girlfriend, Sarah Larson, were treated at Palisades Medical Center in New Jersey following a motorcycle accident.
Clooney has a hairline rib fracture and Larson's foot is broken.
Both Clooney and Larson were treated and released following the accident, and are reported to be doing well.
Larson was transported to the hospital by ambulance.
Larson attended both the Venice and Deauville film festivals with Clooney earlier in September 2007.
George Clooney is currently filming Burn After Reading in New York, where he has recently been sited in and around town with Larson.
You can view photos of Clooney and Larson together at the Michael Clayton cocktail party during the Venice film festival.
For the most cohesive bathroom design available, consider a custom sink from Pratt & Larson to match your tile.
Hand painted in the same colors as their decorative tiles and borders, each Pratt & Larson sink is a true work of art.
Companies like Pratt & Larson produce ceramic tiles with a metal glaze.
Larson Eye Center features a clickable News link on their site.
Larson, David E., ed. Mayo Clinic Family Health Book. 3rd ed. New York: HarperResource, 2003.
Reed Larson et al. Philadelphia: Saunders, 2003.
Greg Larson, DDS - 498 Jackson Street, Near Montgomery Street, San Francisco 415-397-2804 One block from the MUNI line.
Directed by Wil Shriner and starring Logan Leman, Brie Larson, Cody Linley, and Luke Wilson, Hoot is filled with plot twists and humor.
Boston stockbroker Thomas Larson wrote Friday the Thirteenth, a book about a horrible businessman who attempted to crash the stock market on that date.
Aronson began collaborating with Jonathan Larson on the project, and it is Larson who took the idea and ran, crafting the story and the songs that eventually made it to the stage.
Aronson and Larson made a deal allowing Larson to make the idea his own, in exchange for a royalty for Aronson, should the show make it to Broadway.
Larson dedicated 7 years to the writing of Rent, working odd jobs and waiting tables to support himself.
He did not get to see the fruits of his labors - on January 25, 1996, just after the final dress rehearsal and before the off-Broadway premiere, Larson died of an aneurysm, due to undiagnosed Marfan Syndrome.
Larson's family kept the show alive in his memory, and Rent made it Broadway, premiering at the Nederland Theater on April 25, 1996.
Larson changed the setting to the 1990s, in New York City's East Village Alphabet City neighborhood, and changed the disease threatening the characters to AIDS.
Larson lived in the Alphabet City area, lived the life of a struggling artist, and lost several friends to AIDS - his own experiences inspired many of the scenarios in the script.
Larson's family is working a "school friendly" version of the musical, removing some of the adult themes so student groups can stage performances.
Another of Larson's ideas has also been kept alive by the Rent crew - the first two rows of seats in every production are sold for $20, to allow people who usually cannot afford tickets to enjoy the theater.
Larson, 61, is a retired nurse from California.
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