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Labor Day

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  • Fall theater 2014: Classics by Beckett, Foote, Orton will arise anew

    Fall theater 2014: Classics by Beckett, Foote, Orton will arise anew
    The fall season always brings the hope that something new will astonish us. I'm betting that a few old works might fit the bill. Perhaps I'm in a retrospective state of mind because my post-Labor Day theatergoing began at the beginning, with "Persians,"...
  • Weed killer used to make image of male genitalia on football field

    DETROIT They might not get an "A" for anatomical correctness, but the people responsible for using weed killer to leave a 100-yard depiction of male genitalia on a Monroe County high school football field could get a lesson in criminal justice. The...
  • On the Town: Cabrini Literary Guild present tea event; Glendale Beautiful fall dinner

    On the Town: Cabrini Literary Guild present tea event; Glendale Beautiful fall dinner
    Cabrini Literary Guild members look forward to their membership tea each year. Besides kicking off their new year, the tea brings in new members as well. In spite of many groups losing members, Cabrini keeps attracting them. Their Garden Tea at the La...
  • 'MasterChef,' 'Ninja Warrior' Finale Solid Opposite Return of 'Monday Night Football'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - UPDATE: In updated nationals from Nielsen, the "Monday Night Football" opener (Giants-Lions) averaged a 5.2 rating in adults 18-49 and 13.73 million viewers overall, and the second game (Chargers-Cardinals) did a 5.1 in the...
  • David Muir, Brian Williams split wins

    David Muir, Brian Williams split wins
    "NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams" last week marked five straight years as the most-watched network evening newscast. Williams and NBC have won in total viewers for 260 consecutive weeks as well as 307 of the last 308 weeks. But ABC could crow...
  • Franco makes first home start but Phillies fall to Pirates

    PHILADELPHIA — September is the time for teams out of contention to bring up their top prospects and give them a taste of what the big leagues have to offer. The Phillies didn't bring up too many younger players when major league rosters...
  • Frankfort police get 4-year contract

     Frankfort police get 4-year contract
    Frankfort police have signed a new contract with the village that will provide them with a nearly 12 percent raise over four years. The deal, which covers detectives and patrol officers, grants an initial 2.65 percent raise, followed by annual bumps...
  • TV ratings: 'Masterchef' takes key demo; 'Monday Night Football' returns

    TV ratings: 'Masterchef' takes key demo; 'Monday Night Football' returns
    Despite the season-opening doubleheader of "Monday Night Football" on ESPN, two hours of Fox's "Masterchef" stayed steady, according to Nielsen. The culinary competition show elevated Fox to the No. 1 network among the key demo, earning a rating of 1....
  • NFL punishes Ray Rice as video emerges but league may face trouble

    The grainy images, captured without sound, show a man and a woman in an elevator. He turns toward her, then walks away. She comes at him, and he punches her on the side of the head, knocking her off her feet and into a railing. When the doors open he...
  • Emergency rooms in Chicago, Midwest see spike in children with respiratory virus

    Emergency rooms in Chicago, Midwest see spike in children with respiratory virus
    Emergency rooms in Chicago and other Midwestern cities are seeing a jump in the number of children with respiratory infections, possibly the result of a rare virus that can cause difficulty breathing but is generally not fatal, authorities said Monday....
  • Hang On To Summer As Long As You Can

    Hang On To Summer As Long As You Can
    Summer has slid away once more. Maybe not on the calendar, but vacations are spent, school buses are back in the morning traffic and the evening darkness creeps ever closer to the afternoon. For those comparing notes, it appears to have been a good...