- February is done and has made way for a jam packed March. Along with the standards of Spring Break and St. Patrick's Day, this year March is also home to Holy Week and Easter. Oh yeah, we change clocks on Sunday. I love more day light in the evening!
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"Is This Happening in Your Backyard- If it is, STOP IT! The above project is The Ascent by Studio Daniel Libeskind. The project in Covington, KY at Roebling's Bridge is the work of starchitect, Daniel Libeskind.(...more)"
"Futurama PSA- The second best animated program (behind King of the Hill of course) of my lifetime makes a triumphant return to television this Sunday, March 23.(...more)"
"Collaborate- I teased it a month ago in the February ramblings and now I'm ready to reveal the companion to Beavers and Ducks. It's a collaborative effort...(...more)"
"R.E.M. SXSW- Thanks to NPR.org and its webcast of R.E.M.'s South by Southwest (SXSW) concert, I was able to get a preview of their upcoming album, Accelerate.(...more)"
"Ramblings- The MLB season kicks off...err...opens two weeks from today with the Oakland Athletics taking on the defending World Champion Boston Red Sox in Japan.(...more)"
"Snow Break- So here it is Spring Break, the biggest misnomer out there. Lets start off with the fact that its March 8, and according to the calendar Spring doesn't officially start until March 21.(...more)"
"Senseless Campus Violence- Just this week there were the murders of two collegiate females, the first at Auburn University and the other at the University of North Carolina (...more)"
"'Did you miss something from February at Beavers and Ducks? Then check it out here in the archives."
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Football season is over, but that doesn't mean The Huddle is broken. Rather, The Huddle will be the stop of sport specific posts, especially college basketball as March Madness approaches, and then of course there's the obligatory baseball predictions for 2008. Stay tuned.