Tomorrow morning at some godawful hour like 2 am or something, Daylight Savings Time kicks in again after being gone for only five months.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Spring is closer than you think, and here's a sure sign: Daylight saving time arrives this weekend.
It's about time, people. Literally and figuratively. See what we did there?! Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend, and not a moment too soon for Americans beaten down by the polar vortex and desperate for this long, dark winter to...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Winter has dragged on in much of the country, but here's a sign spring is close at hand: Daylight saving time arrives this weekend.
When you're Sylvester Stallone, it's always Daylight saving time. I don't have a bunch of leftover links this time - but I'm sure some of you do. Have at it. ...
Daylight Saving Time, otherwise known as when we “Spring Ahead,” begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday March 9th, 2014. Most clocks, such as those on cell phones and computers will update automatically overnight, moving forward from 2am to 3am. But other household clocks such as those on alarm clocks, microwaves, stoves and car radios have [...]
It's coming. The change from to Standard to Daylight Savings Time gives us less sunlight in the morning, but it gets dark later at night. It always takes me a... Read Full Post
Post by Maressa Brown. The time to spring forward has sprung! Well, it will this Sunday, March 9, when we officially get to turn our clocks forward and reap the bright and sunny pros of daylight saving time. Thankfully, most of us have...Show More Summary
Grant Thompson, also known as The King of Random, destroys an alarm clock with a sledgehammer in observance of the upcoming daylight saving time and films the resulting destruction in super slow motion at 10,000 frames per second.
I love Daylight Saving Time. I love the extra relaxing hour of evening that it provides. I love that it heralds the onset of spring. In my opinion, it’s just about the best possible use for an hour. And let's face it: An hour isn't much. But Daylight Saving Time, which starts Sunday, March 9, this year, has its detractors. Show More Summary
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Keep your eyes to the skies for uncommon birds like this leucistic Bald Eagle! Daylight Savings Time falls this weekend...
In the wee hours of Sunday morning, ancient black magic dictates that most of our clocks will magically spring forward an hour, which means we lose an hour of precious, precious sleep. Which means that for the first few days of next week, right as this intolerably long, cold winter is starting to crack, we're all going to be a bunch of cranky fucks. Read more...
Daylight saving time (which begins this Sunday, March 9) isn't the easiest sell for kids. I know what's going to happen in my house: It won't be dark yet at my son's bedtime, it will "feel" earlier to him — and he'll put up a big old fuss when it's time to hit the hay at 7:30 p.m. Show More Summary
Happy Friday! Don't forget to set your clock back on Sunday! Because if you do forget, the Daylight Saving Time monster will get you in your sleep. In the news today: Trump Tower may soon be raining glass; an Ontario teacher who forced...Show More Summary
We go back on Daylight Saving Time this weekend (2am Sunday, to be exact), so set your clocks to spring forward.One less hour of sleep, always a lot of fun if you have a kid or pet who's firmly tied to a 24-hour schedule.On the flipShow More Summary
This Sunday, we're springing forward for daylight saving time which means we lose an hour of sleep but we gain an extra hour of daylight. And after a long, hard winter, we're really looking forward to that. In the past, changing clocks for the time change was kind of pain. Show More Summary
Most companies don't have policies, and for good reason. In the list of sure signs of spring, March Madness stands tall alongside fellow harbingers like Daylight Saving's Time and blooming flowers. And when employees harness that optimism...Show More Summary
It is quite possible that daylight saving time is one of the most unambiguously contentious issues of our time. I’m not saying it’s the only one, but given the sheer weight of legislation, vials of ink, hours of discussion dedicatedShow More Summary
Daylight Savings Time begins this Sunday, March 9. Americans — well, almost all Americans — will set their clocks ahead one hour at 2 am on Sunday morning, meaning that the nation loses an hour of sleep. But one state is now considering legislation to end the twice-yearly clock adjustment. Show More Summary