Though in a few months we must bid adieu to daylight savings, warm weather, vacation, and all the other amazing things about Summer, there's still time to snatch up the season's best - think tomatoes, basil, eggplant, corn, peppers, and the like - before it's all gone. Show More Summary
The year’s in the Spring. And the clocks spring forward an hour. It’s daylight saving time from today to Nov 1st. The persistence of generalized collective idiocy can be explained by some kind of social inertia. Daylight saving time is … Continue reading ?
Redneck couple #1, looking at clocks: Look, honey, Chicago's an hour behind us. Why's that?Redneck couple #2: That's because they don't celebrate daylight savings time.–Times Square
Ever wondered how some of your clocks change automatically? Millions of people won't have to reset their clocks for Daylight Savings Time thanks to a radio signal that comes from a tower in a place many people don't even know exists.
Teen girl #1: I was thinking about Daylight Savings Time yesterday, and I was wondering… When we, like, lose an hour, are there still 24 hours in a day?Teen girl #2: Hmmm… I don’t really know… I guess not…–2 trainOverheard by: scared for the future of america
Good morning from Phoenix, where this reporter found out the hard way that Daylight Saving Time is not observed. Four GOP presidential candidates will make their pitch here this week to the Republican National Committee’s spring meeting, where party leaders are gathered to review plans for the primary debates and begin preparations for next…
Daylight Saving Time has returned, and we’re (theoretically) well into spring. Personally, I find it hard to welcome spring when there’s still a pile of plowed snow on the ground and we had flurries just a few days ago, but the calendar says it’s spring, so we’ll go with that. With the advent of spring … Continue reading The UfYH Guide to Spring Cleaning for Actual People
Pier Angeli and her little friend remind Daily Mirror readers that Daylight Saving Time begins today and to set your clocks forward one hour....
As reported by the National Trust:This morning National Trust Rangers are very carefully moving one of the famous standing stones at the ancient Avebury World Heritage Site. “Obviously Stone Age man didn’t have daylight saving, so twice a year we have to move one of the stones.” said Hilary Makins, National Trust Head Ranger. Show More Summary
Once again we are on the eve of the mad annual ritual of the clocks. Tomorrow morning, all official time sources from Big Ben to the BBC will be lying about the time, and if you have any sense, all...
Daylight Saving Time is the first sign that spring is finally on its way. And while most of us look forward to the days staying lighter for longer, the time change can also have a major impact on your sleep. Here's a look at why ourShow More Summary
Daylight Saving Time is taking a bite out of TV news ratings. As we told you earlier this week, the start of DST caused a drop in evening news ratings. The same can now be said for the mornings. Week-to-week ABC’s “Good Morning America”...Show More Summary
“NBC Nightly News” was America’s most-watched evening newscast for the week of March 9-13, 2015
The competitive Sunday landscape is still settling in following the arrival of new additions Last Man on Earth, Secrets & Lies and Battle Creek and the onset of the daylight saving time, with TV usage slipping for a second consecutive Sunday. The three Sunday newbies are taking on different ratings trajectories. Show More Summary
Book your reservation at participating Hilton Worldwide hotel properties in 50 different countries located in Europe, the Middle East and Africa through 6:59 in the evening Eastern Daylight Time in the afternoon of Sunday, March 22,Show More Summary
Chart of the location of the bright potential nova recently reported in Sagittarius as seen at around 3:00 am local daylight saving time from the southern hemisphere. The location of the nova is indicated by the yellow cross. The nova should be readily recognisable in the field of relatively dimmer stars. Show More Summary
Because, after work, it’s still light enough to see this (the corner of Q and 19th Streets, Dupont Circle, D.C.): And this (corner of 19th and R Streets, Dupont Circle, D.C.):
This week in the "How Is This Still A Thing" segment on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, John tackles the "benefits" of Daylight Saving Time. The satirical clip is the top late-night clip for March 7-13, garnering over 2.9 million views at the time of posting. The second most popular clip is also from Oliver, where he discusses […]
The first week of daylight saving time is almost over and the Big 4 must be hopeful that viewers are settling into the sunlight shift as almost everyone took a hit (or a slap) last night. There were family dinners and bruised egos on...Show More Summary