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Daylight Saving began at 2 a.m. Sunday morning. Don't forget to manually change the clocks around your home, in your car or on your microwave. And you might as well double check that your cell phone and computer clocks have made the leap too.
WeHo Weather: Partly Sunny, 68
The National Weather Service predicts patchy fog before 10 a.m., with an otherwise partly sunny forecast. The high will reach 68 and drop to around 53. Wind remains calm at 5 miles per hour.
The Moon and the Stars @
The Metropolitan Master Chorale and Artistic Director Glenn Carlos will put on a "celestial presentation" at 5 p.m. The event listing states: For millennia, humans have gazed upward for inspiration, navigation, enlightenment and revelation, humbled by the infinity of stars. Visit www.metrosings.org for tickets and information, or call 323-342-2263.
Lucky Charms Party @
As far as this weekend goes, if you want to make your pooch happy, donate to a good cause, and have lots of human fun, you have to check out Healthy Spot’s Lucky Charms Party, from 4-7 p.m. Not only will there be a “pinups for pups” fashion show and a DJ, but doggie massages and a costume contest too! Suggested donation is $10, and all proceeds benefit the Four Legged Friends Foundation.
Help Tsunami Survivors
You can find a comprehensive list of places that will be leading the relief effort in Japan by clicking here. The Red Cross, Save the Children and the Salvation Army are just three of the organizations that are asking for donations to help those affected by the disaster.