- Parent Category: Social Calendar
- Category: Happening Now / Words N Pictures
- Published on Tuesday, 20 March 2012 11:46
- Written by Adisa Menewa
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Today marks an equinox, an event that occurs twice each year when our planet tilts neither toward nor away from the sun. For us in the United States, this particular equinox marks the first day of spring. Depending on where you live, you may have already heard, seen or smelled certain things that usually signal the arrival of spring. Here in Greater Washington DC, the famous cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin serve as the most recognizable sign that spring has indeed arrived. Here are few other things you may have noticed in your neck of the woods:
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Adisa Menewa is the executive director of Internet Publications for Praying Mantis Publishing™ as well as the managing editor of The Old School Journal™. When he is not working, which is rare, Adisa is an avid sports fanatic. Find more commentary by Adisa on the TOSJ Facebook® page.
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