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Labor Day

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  • Google threatened with $100-million lawsuit over celebrity nude photos

    Google threatened with $100-million lawsuit over celebrity nude photos
    A celebrity attorney whose firm represents more than a dozen high-profile women whose personal photos were stolen and then posted online has threatened Google with a lawsuit potentially seeking $100 million or more in damages related to the distribution...
  • Boxing trainer Joe Goossen fights on through promoter-brother's death

    Boxing trainer Joe Goossen fights on through promoter-brother's death
    For the last month, Joe Goossen’s routine has been a draining cycle of business as usual and daily heartbreak. Goossen, the veteran San Fernando Valley-based boxing trainer, is the brother of promoter Dan Goossen, who on Monday died due to...
  • Mayo: Christmas is here??! Bah humbug!

    Mayo: Christmas is here??!  Bah humbug!
    I went into my local wholesale club the other day, and I couldn't believe what I saw. Christmas merchandise. Rows upon rows of fake trees, lights, ornaments, inflatable lawn decorations. I did a double take, then checked the calendar. It was still...
  • 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...
  • Extending summer vacation hurts at-risk students [Commentary]

    Extending summer vacation hurts at-risk students [Commentary]
    Comptroller Peter Franchot, by starting a petition drive, has embarked on a policy initiative to require all Maryland public schools start the school calendar after Labor Day. His policy proposal is given political cover through a commission report from...
  • Anne Arundel's cruel cat policy [Commentary]

    Anne Arundel's cruel cat policy [Commentary]
    The first day of school can be scary for little ones, and for Stephanie it was traumatic. A small tortoiseshell cat with tiny white toes, Stephanie — as she has been nicknamed by the shelter now caring for her — created a flurry of news...
  • TV Land Orders Comedies 'Impastor' and 'Teachers' to Series

    TV Land has given series orders to two single-camera comedies -- "Impastor" and "Teachers" -- that are more offbeat than the cablers' past original skeins. Both series have 10-episode orders and are targeted to premiere next year. "Impastor" revoles...
  • Fox Buys 'Big' TV Show Remake from 'Enlisted' Team

    Continuing with the current TV trend of mining Gen X and Gen Y nostalgia for project ideas, Fox has bought a half-hour comedy loosely based on the Tom Hanks movie "Big" from "Enlisted" exec producers Kevin Biegel and Mike Royce via 20th Century Fox...
  • More than pictures stolen in celeb phone-hacking case [Commentary]

    More than pictures stolen in celeb phone-hacking case [Commentary]
    OK, so about the hacking of certain actresses' computer files and the posting of nude photos found therein: Can we be frank? There is, within every healthy, heterosexual man, something which, upon viewing an attractive woman clad scantily or not at...
  • Jackie Robinson West coming home a winner

    Jackie Robinson West coming home a winner
    When the late-inning rally you knew the Jackie Robinson West players had in them fell just short Sunday in an 8-4 defeat to South Korea in the Little League World Series final, everybody at the watch party on the Far South Side immediately rose to their...
  • Medical pot supporters low on funds

    Medical pot supporters low on funds
    With the primaries over, Florida voters will be focusing on the November ballot and political action committees will be spending millions of dollars on advertising to help sway them. But on one of the major issues — the medical marijuana...