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Labor Day

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Top Labor Day Articles

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  • 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...
  • Mayor Garcetti hopes to pass $13.25 minimum wage in L.A. by early 2015

    Mayor Garcetti hopes to pass $13.25 minimum wage in L.A. by early 2015
    Mayor Eric Garcetti’s motivations for backing a $13.25 minimum wage in Los Angeles are manifold – other localities and President Obama are pushing similar measures, intense poverty levels are stressing city services and lack of spending...
  • Michael Cera Discovers Opening Night Gifts Are a Thing at Broadway's 'This Is Our Youth'

    You can forgive Kenneth Lonergan for being a little emotional at the Sept. 11 opening of "This Is Our Youth" on Broadway. At the performance, which stars Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Tavi Gevinson, he ran into the actors who starred in the original...
  • 'Saturday Night Live' Shuffle: Michael Che to Replace Cecily Strong as 'Weekend Update' Anchor

    Comedian/writer Michael Che will replace Cecily Strong on the "Weekend Update" anchor desk for "Saturday Night Live's" 40th season. NBC confirmed the change late Thursday. Che will serve as co-anchor alongside Colin Jost, who joined the desk opposite...
  • Broadway Review: 'This Is Our Youth' Starring Michael Cera

    Steppenwolf's revival of "This Is Our Youth," Kenneth Lonergan's 1996 play about disaffected rich kids in the Reagan era, might be re-titled (or marketed as) "These Are Your Parents." These post-adolescent slackers living on Manhattan's Upper West Side in...
  • Pittsburgh's Liriano shuts down new-look Phillies lineup, 4-1

    PHILADELPHIA — It was a little bit of a different look for the Phillies Thursday night as they closed a four-game series with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Jimmy Rollins, still nursing a hamstring strain, and Chase Utley, who was given a day off by...
  • NFL scrutinized over Ray Rice inquiry, other domestic violence cases

    The NFL has been dogged by the same questions for a couple of days: Did the league ever see video from the actual beating Ray Rice gave his then-fiancée? And, if it didn't, why not? Here is another question for Commissioner Roger Goodell and the other...
  • Hansen: Here is what the people want, council

    In the run up to the Laguna Beach City Council race in November, I thought it would be interesting to randomly survey people around town and ask them, "What are the top issues that the new council should solve?" Not "address" or "consider" or "send to...
  • Fashion for the fall at Style Week O.C. events

    With etiquette experts imposing a post-Labor Day moratorium on white clothing, shoes and belts, fashion designers are stowing summer apparel and dressing the well-heeled in dark-colored fall pieces. Linen? Out. Leather? In. For 10 days, select Orange...
  • Mothers movement born out of little-known childbirth trauma

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. At first, Erin Shetler was angry the doctor had performed the procedures without her knowing. He had cut her vaginal opening, used vacuum extraction to deliver her baby and reached into her uterus to remove the placenta all of which carry...
  • U.S. weekly jobless claims rise unexpectedly

    U.S. weekly jobless claims rise unexpectedly
    The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, but that probably does not signal a material shift in labor market conditions as claims remain near their pre-recession levels. Initial claims for state...