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Labor Day

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  • Jay Leno Eyes Return to TV With CNBC Car Show

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Jay Leno is making another bid for primetime success, this time with a series that is close to being approved at CNBC, according to a person familiar with the situation. The latenight veteran is expected to host a program...
  • Ducks set regular-season roster

    The Ducks set their regular-season roster at 23 players Tuesday by putting injured forwards Dany Heatley and Kyle Palmieri on injured reserve. The moves allow rookie center William Karlsson to start with the Ducks on Thursday when they open the...
  • Hogan, Brown differ in message to black voters

    Hogan, Brown differ in message to black voters
    In deep-blue Maryland, it's the white Republican running for governor who has a direct message for black voters. GOP nominee Larry Hogan has canvassed along inner-city streets and spoken to students at a historically black college in Bowie. He says...
  • Forest Park gets thousands of plants — and a new life

    Forest Park gets thousands of plants — and a new life
    When European buckthorn and other nonnative invasive plants were removed from Forest Park in Lake Forest this spring, people driving along Deerpath Road or walking on the park's lawn could see Lake Michigan. The view had been obscured for many years as...
  • Review: 'Last Weekend' ★ 1/2

    Review: 'Last Weekend' ★ 1/2
    Polite society is so often impolite it's a wonder it still retains rights to the description. Vacation retreats are not so much for relaxing as for allowing wealthy clans to catch up on old grudges, open old wounds. That is very much the case during the...
  • Corona del Mar Today: City to replace dolphin topiaries with slimmer versions

    Corona del Mar Today: City to replace dolphin topiaries with slimmer versions
    Corona del Mar's dozen dolphin topiaries will be replaced with younger, svelte versions, probably in November, a city spokeswoman said. The existing topiaries date to 1993, when early members of the Corona del Mar Business Improvement District added...
  • State's largest casino takes revenue hit as Horseshoe arrives

    State's largest casino takes revenue hit as Horseshoe arrives
    The Horseshoe Casino Baltimore took a bite out of Maryland Live's revenue in September, its first full month of operation, even as it pushed the state's take to yet another record. Overall revenues from the state's five casinos reached $82.4 million,...
  • Concert review: Marc Anthony at Amway Center

    Concert review: Marc Anthony at Amway Center
    It was cooler on Sunday in Orlando, the first sign that Central Florida’s elusive fall might have arrived. Inside the Amway Center, however, there was a tropical heat wave courtesy of the infectious sounds of salsa king Marc Anthony. Like the...
  • Plarr family horrified by Dorney's name for wax museum

    Dorney Park is proud of its rich history. This summer, for instance, it installed a display on Alfundo, the former clown park mascot. But its newest tribute to the park's history, Madame Plarr's Chamber of Horrors, has gone over, well, horribly....
  • What money to defend police brutality should be spent on [Letter]

    What money to defend police brutality should be spent on [Letter]
    I hail reporter Mark Puente and The Baltimore Sun for your investigative report on Baltimore police officers' excessive use of force and the astronomical financial and psychological costs of this to our city ("Undue Force: Suits against police cost...
  • Feral cat risks badly misrepresented [Letter]

    Feral cat risks badly misrepresented [Letter]
    Grant Sizemore's recent letter ("Feral cats pose a serious health threat to humans," Sept. 26) betrays a fundamental misunderstanding of statistics and serves as a textbook example of how such misinterpretations can lead to poor public policy. According...