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It's almost time to spring ahead!
Daylight Saving Time -- that time we set our clocks ahead by an hour -- begins 2 a.m. Sunday. For freeze-fatigued New Yorkers who have been through an epic season of snow, ice and miserly mercury, the extra hour of light at the end of the day can't arrive soon enough.
Plus, we spot celebs around the city, break some bad news about your Netflix addiction, and get the scoop on some shady happenings at Walmart.
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