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Labor Day – Honoring All Kinds of Work

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We never know the story of that person we see performing his or her job, but we should appreciate it nonetheless as a contribution to society. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Labor Day’

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The film adaptation of the book "Labor Day" by Joyce Maynard is a perfectly baked storytelling masterpiece. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Labor Day’

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Every director is allowed to hit a speed bump here and there, right? Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Labor Day’

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Labor Day based on Joyce Maynard's novel is a powerful story of yearning and fulfillment, the ability to recognize when love comes and the patience to wait for its perfection. Terrific ensemble acting by its leads, Kate Winslet, Josh Brolin and Gattlin Griffith Read More »

This Labor Day Remember to Thank a Teacher

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In essence teachers are always teaching even when they are not in the classroom. Teaching is a not just a job; it is a labor of love. Read More »

Do “The Holidays” Now Extend From Halloween to Valentine’s Day?

The future seems pretty clear to me. One day we will be celebrating “Hallothankschristine’s Days” that will run from October 1 through February 14. Read More »

My Father Built This: A Labor Day Reflection

"I built this" is an insult to the workers upon whose backs this country was built, especially today, Labor Day. Read More »

A Labor Day Tribute To The Working Author

Celebrating hard working authors everywhere... Read More »

A Fashion Dilemma: Is White the New Black?

If white is not the new black then maybe it is just the new white, and that seems to make it okay for anytime of the year. Read More »

Labor Day Is No Holiday for the Unemployed

As you celebrate Labor Day and throw hot dogs, burgers, and another shrimp on the barbie, remember how fortunate you are to have a job. Read More »