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If you are looking forward to getting an extra hour of sleep when Daylight Saving Time ends, you will have to wait until after Halloween to turn your clocks back. DST comes to an end at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 1, 2015, just hours after you wash off that ...
The Inquisitr · 10/19/2015
Heads up, everyone — this year's Halloween is going to be the best ever, hands down. No, it's not because it's my turn to wear the Sexy Iron Man costume this year; nor is it because the holiday is on a Saturday for once, although that does have something ...
bustle.com · 10/21/2015
If you've been waiting for Daylight Saving Time to end so you can get an extra hour of sleep, you're in luck. However, you'll have to wait until after Halloween to catch some extra Zs. According to Time and Date, most people in the U.S.,with the exception ...
Examiner · 10/29/2014
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Saturday, October 31, is a big day -- not only is it the much-anticipated (by kids) Halloween, it's also the much-anticipated (by parents) last day before the time change. At two a.m. on Sunday, November 1, we "fall back" and gain an extra hour of daylight ...
The Huffington Post · 10/22/2015
The next time you'll see Halloween on a Friday night and Daylight Saving Time the night after? Try 2025. This rare occurrence is also shaping up to make a very busy weekend in Dubuque, both for the police and the bars. "Anytime we have Halloween fall on a ...
KWWL · 10/31/2014
This year, America will roll its clocks an hour back on November 2nd at 2 AM, a couple of days after Halloween. The law was the end result of intense lobbying. In "Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time," author Michael Downing ...
The Business Insider · 10/29/2014
The end of daylight saving time this year means an an extra hour of Halloween festivities over the weekend or just some much needed sleep. Whether you're going to bed at your regular time or still partying at your friend's spooky Halloween bash Saturday ...
NBC Bay Area · 10/29/2015
City Room was convinced that the conspiracy theory that Halloween was a critical part of the Congressional debate to extend daylight saving time was one of those questionable Halloween myths, like razors in apples or pins in candy. Not so. City Room …
The New York Times · 10/31/2007
Before you head to bed after enjoying your Halloween activities ... I think I'll need every minute of that extra hour gained when Daylight Saving Time ends
WQAD · 10/31/2015
A few years ago, Congress added a few weeks to daylight saving time. Before 2007, daylight saving time ended just before Halloween. Congress changed it so that now daylight saving time ends the weekend after Halloween. Here’s why that matters.
Denver Post · 10/29/2014