The Stieff Silver building is an old silver company in Baltimore, which is now owned by the Johns Hopkins School of Engineering. You can see the lighted sign on the building when driving through Baltimore on interstate 83. Normally the lights in their sign are plain white, but they change them out with red and green for specific holidays. Obviously Christmas gets alternating red and green as shown in the photo below, but they also do all red for Valentine’s Day, all green for St. Patrick’s Day, and red and white for the Fourth of July. I just love that someone came up with the idea to do this and that they take the time to change the lights out several times a year to celebrate holidays. They’re not gaining anything from it. In fact, they’re really losing time and money by doing it, but I find it to be a special treat and always get excited to see when they’ve changed their colors. So to whoever makes this happen let it be known that it is much appreciated.