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It's a bug. It happens to me on occasion and I've heard that it's not an isolated occurrence.
Resetting the SMC should fix the issue. Note that this will reboot the MacBook, so you will lose any unsaved work. Shut down the computer. Plug in the MagSafe power adapter to a power source, connecting it to the Mac if its not already connected. On the built-in keyboard, press the (left side) Shift-Control-Option keys and the power button at the same ...
[Perhaps this should be a comment rather than an answer, but I don’t have quite enough reputation points yet to comment. Sigh.] I wonder whether the log is showing cause or effect here. It looks like you have an external drive attached. Since the problem happens at the one-hour mark, and since there are drive-related errors immediately pre-freeze, perhaps ...
I started to do the same as mentioned above -removing all location-based reminders including completed ones... (had to go directly to iCloud.com) As I was going through, I found one that had "location: null", deleted it (or just removed the location part of it) and then, before deleting any more, tried my reminder app on my Mac computer (running Mavericks ...
I can confirm that deleting all location-based reminders fixes the problem. You have to delete all location-based reminders, including those in the Completed list. The next time I launched Reminders, it popped up right away.
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