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Labor Day

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  • Rules for surfers are unchanged

    Rules for surfers are unchanged
    When 66-year-old Lance Jencks first began bodysurfing at the Wedge in Newport Beach, he would often arrive at 7 a.m. and stay until 11 a.m. Jencks wanted to get out there early because he loved the morning's glassy waves, he explained to the city's...
  • Snow sends Philly's ZooBalloon to early retirement

    Philadelphia's 6ABC ZooBalloon had to say an early goodbye Tuesday after suffering irreparable damage in the snowstorm the day before.   Philadelphia Zoo officials, on the recommendation of the balloon's manufacturer, Lindstrand Hot Air Balloons Ltd....
  • As Oscars Loom, Here's One Last Look at Some Great Shut-Outs

    The Spirit Awards wrapped this afternoon, a casual-atmosphere and frequently moving celebration of independent filmmaking. In some cases, the winners foreshadow Sunday's, but in many other instances, the Spirits honored some terrific work that was...
  • A jobless disconnect in Sacramento

    Imagine you've lost your job, which doesn't take a lot of imagination in a state with 1.3 million people out of work. Now imagine your unemployment checks have stopped and you can't decipher the explanation from the state Employment Development...
  • Miami Hurricanes to debut new uniforms in 2014

    When the Miami Hurricanes take the field at Louisville on Labor Day for their season opener, they'll do so sporting a new look.  Miami announced on Friday that for the first time since 2006, the Hurricanes will have new uniforms.  The uniforms Miami...
  • First Look at Jason Clarke in 'Everest' in Nepal

    Director Baltasar Kormakur has started shooting "Everest" in the Nepalese foothills of the world's highest mountain for Universal Pictures, Walden Media and Cross Creek Pictures. The action-adventure drama will recap the 1996 multi-expedition assault...
  • The new Bay Bridge springs hundreds of leaks

    A section of the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge sprung hundreds of leaks after a winter storm soaked Northern California, state transportation officials said Monday. The leaks were in a supposedly watertight steel chamber...
  • EDD is ordered to take steps to improve service

    SACRAMENTO — California has announced a sweeping overhaul of its troubled Employment Development Department, following months of turmoil that left thousands of Californians struggling to get their unemployment benefits. A top aide to Gov. Jerry...
  • REVIEW: 'Labor Day' ★★

    REVIEW: 'Labor Day' ★&#9733
    The thesis of "Labor Day," taken from Joyce Maynard's novel, was summed up well by The Washington Post headline affixed to the Post's book review: "Sometimes it's okay to pick up a scary drifter." In the fictitious town of Holton Mills, N.H., 13-year-...
  • Box Office: 'Lego Movie' Crosses Over With Boffo $69 Million Debut

    UPDATED: Assembling a number of industry and studio records, Warner Bros.' $60 million-budgeted animated hit "The Lego Movie" scored a stellar estimated $69.1 million domestically in its first weekend, making it the biggest opening in February for an...
  • No change to rules governing wave time at Newport Beach's Wedge

    No change to rules governing wave time at Newport Beach's Wedge
    When 66-year-old Lance Jencks first began bodysurfing at the Wedge in Newport Beach, he would often arrive at 7 a.m. and stay until 11 a.m. Jencks wanted to get out there early because he loved the morning's glassy waves, he explained to the city's...