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Sunday Edhat - 03/09/14
updated: Mar 09, 2014, 6:00 AM

ARCHIVED NEWSLETTER – 03/09/14
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Today's Weather - Partly cloudy. Highs in the 70s to lower 80s.

Do You Sudoku? - You can now play the Daily Sudoku on Edhat. How fast can you fill in the blanks?


March 9, 2014 - Spring That Clock Forward

Daylight Savings Time is here! For all you early risers and sunlight lovers, there is finally more time in the day to bask in the sun's glow and take that early evening walk without a flashlight. Sorry about your luck night owls and vampires. At 2:00 am our smart phones and cable boxes sprung forward a whole 60 minutes leaving most of us slightly confused when we woke up and looked at the time. 9:00am already?! Ohh daylight savings time, snooze.

For all you history buffs out there, you will surely remember that Daylight Savings was started during WWI to save coal used for heat and light by having people start their days closer to sunrise and go to bed earlier. It extended into winter during the 70's to save about 1% in the country?s electricity use. We're not sure if those numbers still apply, but we do know that most people are grouchier the first Monday after the clocks switch. Here's to another cup of coffee and napping at our desks.

Our Dog of the Week is Olive, a happy and smiley goldendoodle. Our Cat of the Week is Morgan, a true diva. Our Non-Profit of the Week is the Mental Wellness Center that provides education and programs to improve mental health. Chuck shares the astronomical importance of March, Rosie reviews George Clooney's latest film "The Monuments Men," David is awed by the surfers in Carpinteria, and Saturday was Nationale Proofreadeing Daye!

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EDBIT: Santa Barbara is ranked #37 for the best auto insurance prices in California.

"The Reopening of The Franklin Trail" is a new film recently completed by Larry Nimmer for the City of Carpinteria.

EDBIT: Ed discovered it's National Proofreading Day and he's learning how to cellabraite celebrate.

POWDRELL: David marvels at the local surf talent in Carpinteria.

Monuments Men is a film based on the true story of a WWII platoon tasked with rescuing stolen art masterpieces. It raises the question of why we no longer seem to care about art as we did in the 1940s.

Astronomy: Chuck explains why March comes in like a Lion, but goes out like a Lamb.

NON-PROFIT OF THE WEEK: The Mental Wellness Center provides many vital programs that are improving the mental health of our clients, their families and our community

DOG OF THE WEEK: Meet Olive, an ugly duckling who has become a thing of beauty and good manners.

CAT OF THE WEEK: Meet Morgan, a very lazy and cuddly cat.

Here is the Daily Edhat newsletter for 03/08/14

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Update: The Animal Rescue Team announced that Shaka has been adopted into a loving home. [pic]

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A subscriber noticed a new decoration on Rattlesnake Trail. Does anyone know what it's for? [pic]

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A subscriber shares [pics] of the historic cabana from the beach.

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Does anyone know when "The Hideaway" affordable housing units lottery will be taking place?

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In concert with its seemingly nonstop rise in popularity and sales, Sonos will soon be expanding its Santa Barbara presence in a big way.

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Does anyone remember the car with a big V-8 that was partially buried in the sand several hundred yards east of Arroyo Burro Creek?

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I wonder whether any edhatters have had an experience in reporting to the DMV an elder driver whom they believe to unsafe?

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On Friday Kincaid Orosco appeared for the first time in court. He is the driver who hit and killed a woman who was pushing a stroller on Cathedral Oaks Road in Goleta.

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The Santa Barbara County Search and Rescue Team (SBCSAR) annual recruitment drive is currently underway to fill its next search and rescue training academy. [pics]

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53-year-old Pioneer Valley High School teacher and coach Brian Hook has been ordered by a judge not to contact the 16 year old girl he is accused of having unlawful sex with.

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The Pacific Sword Company created quite a scene for First Thursday on March 6 with their English Long Sword Dance performance!

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Have you read about the dangers of working long hours? Have you found balance or just bowed to your boss' power?

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3 Simple Steps to Stop Food Craving - Join us for a Free 1 Hour Wellness Workshop to quickly get rid of your sugar and food cravings! You won't want to miss this! (Wednesday, March 12, 2014)

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FREE TICKETS

Speaking Of Stories Presents Audience Favorites - Speaking of Stories' continues its 20th Anniversary season with Audience Favorites Sunday March 16 at 2:00, and Monday March 17 at 7:30 at Center Stage Theater. (Monday, March 17, 2014)

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FREE TICKETS

Girls Rock Benefit Concert: Push - Girls Rock SB! (GRSB) hosts its second annual Spring Benefit Performance on March 22, 2014, at the Marjorie Luke Theatre. The event, entitled "Push," includes exciting and experimental showcases of music and dance collaborations to raise money for Girls Rock SB! (Saturday, March 22, 2014)

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