Fall back with daylight saving time

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timeDaylight saving time ends tonight. That means we’re falling back and gaining an extra hour at 2 a.m. Sunday morning.

It’s a tradition that, honestly, doesn’t make much sense. Well, for the record, daylight saving time is observed in an effort to save on energy and lighting. The longer the sun is out, the less need to flip on the light switch.

Hey, on the bright side: at least clubs stay open an hour later tonight! Yea!

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