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Labor Day

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Top Labor Day Articles

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  • Developers sought for Navy Pier hotel

    Developers sought for Navy Pier hotel
    Navy Pier wants a boutique hotel on its east end and this summer will begin vetting real estate firms to build, finance and operate the proposed five-story venue, officials said Wednesday. Requests for proposals would follow shortly after narrowing...
  • Summer dip at Shedd Aquarium

    Summer dip at Shedd Aquarium
    At the Shedd Aquarium, it is possible, at times, to imagine yourself as a fish swimming in a crowded school — especially if you try to head downstream while everybody else in the place is going up. Drawing more then 2 million visitors each year to...
  • What's next for soon-to-retire Colossus at Six Flags Magic Mountain?

    What's next for soon-to-retire Colossus at Six Flags Magic Mountain?
    A classic ride that was once the fastest and tallest roller coaster in the world will retire this summer after thrilling generations of riders at Six Flags Magic Mountain. But will Colossus rise again? The 1978 wooden racing coaster will "end its 36-...
  • New SLS Las Vegas hotel to open Aug. 23, a week early

    New SLS Las Vegas hotel to open Aug. 23, a week early
    Surprise! A new Las Vegas resort will open six days ahead of schedule, it has announced. SLS Las Vegas will welcome guests beginning Aug. 23. Previously, a Labor Day weekend opening had been planned. (Labor Day is Sept. 1.) The new property at Las...
  • Telluride Film Festival names Guy Maddin, Kim Morgan guest directors

    Telluride Film Festival names Guy Maddin, Kim Morgan guest directors
    It's a job sort of like picking the wine for a table of sommeliers. Canadian artist and director Guy Maddin and Los Angeles-based film writer Kim Morgan, who are married, have been named guest directors of the 41st annual Telluride Film Festival....
  • 'Saved by the Bell' Movie to Air on Lifetime

    Fans of Bayside High School should be so excited for Labor Day. Lifetime has set that Monday as its premiere date for "The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story." The TV movie promises to go behind the scenes of the popular Saturday morning teen soap that...
  • Lifetime producing unauthorized 'Saved by the Bell' movie

    Lifetime producing unauthorized 'Saved by the Bell' movie
    Lifetime believes it's time to find out what really went down behind the scenes of cult 90s high school comedy, “Saved by the Bell.” The cable channel is producing “The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story” to air on Labor Day,...
  • H. Lorenzo redesigns women's store on Sunset Boulevard

    H. Lorenzo redesigns women's store on Sunset Boulevard
    H. Lorenzo has relaunched its women's store on Sunset Boulevard with a light, bright look. Founder Lorenzo Hadar designed the space with natural exposed beam ceilings, white lacquer floors and windows galore. ------------ For the Record, 4:22 p.m....
  • Crazy for stargazing? Best places to see meteors and more this summer

    Crazy for stargazing? Best places to see meteors and more this summer
    It wasn't just you. Almost everyone was disappointed last weekend when the Camelopardalid meteor showers failed to put on the promised dazzling show. But take heart, the Delta Aquarids are coming up July 29 and 30 and the Perseids from Aug. 10 to 13....
  • Jazz Unites might be in the hands of an Ellington concert

    Jazz Unites might be in the hands of an Ellington concert
    The concert that will unfold Sunday afternoon at the Harris Theater will be more than a tribute to Duke Ellington and more than a Mother's Day jazz soiree. It's no exaggeration to say that the performance by the Duke Ellington Orchestra with vocalist...
  • Ah, the freedom of summer

    Surely no season ushers in insouciance so completely as summer. Not spring, with its profusion of violent colors. Not fall, with its muted light and dwindling temperatures. And certainly not winter, with is endless blizzards and nor'easters. The...