Weekend

  • (verb): Spend the weekend.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on weekend:

Waiting For The Weekend
... Waiting for the Weekend is a book published in 1991 by Canadian architect, professor and writer Witold Rybczynski ... In Waiting for the Weekend, Rybczynski recounts the evolution of the seven-day week, which came into being with the Babylonian calendar, and the later, more modern, development of the two-day weekend ... staying home from work, evolved into the modern weekend ...
Eltville - Culture and Sightseeing - Regular Events
... late April/early May Rosentage in Eltville (“Rose Days”) – each year on the first weekend in June Erdbeerfest in Erbach (“Strawberry Festival”) – each year in ...
Weekend On The Rocks
... Weekend on the Rocks is a live album by Dave Matthews Band ... It contains highlights of the four shows in four days the band performed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado on September 9–12, 2005 ...
Neue Zürcher Zeitung - Operations - Weekend Edition
... In 2002, the newspaper launched a weekend edition, NZZ am Sonntag (NZZ on Sunday) ... The weekend edition has its own editorial staff and contains more soft news and lifestyle issues than its weekday counterpart, as do most Swiss weekend newspapers ...
Good News Week - Spin-offs - Good News Weekend (1998)
... In 1998, a ten-week series entitled Good News Weekend aired on the ABC in the Saturday night time slot usually occupied by Roy and HG, who were away working in Britain at the time ... Unlike the weekly show, Good News Weekend was focussed more strongly on popular culture than the news and frequently featured musical guests and stand-up performers ...

More definitions of "weekend":

  • (noun): A time period usually extending from Friday night through Sunday; more loosely defined as any period of successive days including one and only one Sunday.

Famous quotes containing the word weekend:

    Weekend planning is a prime time to apply the Deathbed Priority Test: On your deathbed, will you wish you’d spent more prime weekend hours grocery shopping or walking in the woods with your kids?
    Louise Lague (20th century)