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Labor Day

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Top Labor Day Articles

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  • Could Frank McCourt really bring horse jumping to Dodger Stadium?

    Could Frank McCourt really bring horse jumping to Dodger Stadium?
    Close your eyes and imagine it: A warm fall afternoon, world-class horses jumping at Dodger Stadium and Frank McCourt sitting in the owners’ box, wearing an open-neck shirt with monogrammed cufflinks and singing the sport's praises. Hey, who...
  • Thanks Helpful Hartford Residents

    The night before Labor Day, my daughter and I were in a car accident at the corner of Collins Street and Sigourney Street in Hartford. Nearby residents came out to offer assistance. Two men in particular, one younger and one older, stayed with us for...
  • Reeling from casino closures, Atlantic City boosters attempt to change resort's sub-Vegas reputation

    LAS VEGAS As New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and other lawmakers discuss the future of Atlantic City, the lure of this western city to people like Brian and Ruth Horvath is likely to be a big part of the conversation. The onetime New Jersey residents...
  • Broadway Box Office: A Mild Labor Day Slump as 'Play' Hits Top 10

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The week after Labor Day is always a tough one on Broadway. But although this year did see some sales slippage, the falloff looks a lot less dire than it would have five or 10 years ago, as seven shows topped the $1 million...
  • Hillsboro Canal work resumes after tussle

    Hillsboro Canal work resumes after tussle
    DEERFIELD BEACH - Work resumed on a project to remove trees and docks along the Hillsboro Canal on Monday after a week's delay caused by a tussle between the city and the South Florida Water Management District. The city shut the project down over Labor...
  • Alice Short - Assistant Managing Editor, Features

    Alice Short - Assistant Managing Editor, Features
    As assistant managing editor for features, Alice Short oversees Health, Food, Home, Travel and Fashion content for the Los Angeles Times.  She has worked at the paper for more than 20 years and has edited a number of Times publications, including the Life...
  • 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...
  • River Forest police issued 31 tickets during Labor Day crackdown

    River Forest police issued 31 tickets during Labor Day crackdown
    River Forest police made four arrests and issued 31 tickets during their Labor Day "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over/Click It or Ticket" crackdown. Arrests were made for possession of a controlled substance, driving under the influence, driving while a...
  • 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...