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The Last Holiday

Monday, September 1, 2014
Labor-Day
Why are we celebrating the obligation to toil most of our lives? Seriously, why is Labor Day an American holiday? Is it an excuse for one last blowout before – before what? I’m tempted to research the origins of Labor Day, though I have no doubt that I learned all about it back in fourth grade. It’s never made sense to me to get a day off to celebrate work. Of course it’s never made sense to me...

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Revelers descend on New Orleans for annual ‘Southern Decadence’

Thursday, September 3, 2009
Thousands of tourists, gay and straight, are descending on New Orleans this weekend for the annual Southern Decadence Festival, which organizers says is "one of the gay world's major annual events." In the almost four decades since it started, Southern Decadence has become a traditional...

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