Saturday, March 28, 2009


Today, citizens around the globe turned off their lights for 60 minutes in observance of Earth Hour 2009 in hopes of creating more awareness of global warming and efforts to help preserve this planet and the lives it hosts.
Congress is still going over President Barack Obama's proposed budget and other matters as we near the end of his first 100 days in office and the mandatory State of the Union address.
There is a ground swelling in New York for the building currently being erected where the original World Trade Center stood to retain its projected new name of Freedom Tower. However those currently behind the reconstruction efforts have reverted back to the original address of One World Trade Center. But whatever it will be called, it is still on schedule to reopen in 2013.
Meanwhile in Sports: Curt Schilling of the Boston Red Sox has decided to retire instead of trying to come back for the second half of the 2009 season after surgery took him out of the 2008 pitching rotation and by tomorrow night, NCAA fans will know the Final 4 of both the Men and Women's divisions of college basketball.
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