Tomato Days, a powwow and a body building competition on front pages after Labor Day

People around the country celebrated Labor Day in their own ways yesterday, from parades to celebrations of cultures to finally cleaning out the garage (that was me.) Here’s a collection of front pages (via Newseum) that shows some of the many ways people spent their Labor Day:

From the Los Angeles Register, the Muscle Beach Labor Day Championships:


From The Pantagraph in Bloomington, Illinois, members of the League of Women Voters went retro and passed out candy to mark the 19th Amendment’s anniversary:


From Metro – New York Edition in New York, New York, the West Indian Day Parade:


In Tahlequah, Oklahoma, the Tahlequah Daily Press featured the Cherokee National Holiday powwow:


Greensburg, Pennsylvania, brought out the marching band for Pittsburgh’s Labor Day Parade. Here’s the front from the Tribune-Review:


There was a bed race for Tomato Days, from the Standard-Examiner in Ogden, Utah:


And finally, here’s a great shot of the reaction you’ll get, politician or not, from kids at a parade if you’re not throwing candy, from The News Leader, in Staunton, Virginia:


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