It’s that time again: Next Saturday, February 29, is a leap day, the calendar oddity that occurs (almost) every four years. For centuries, attempts to sync calendars with the length of the natural year have sowed chaos—until the concept of leap year provided a way to make up for lost time. “It all comes down…

It’s that time again: Next Saturday, February 29, is a leap day, the calendar oddity that occurs (almost) every four years. For centuries, attempts to sync calendars with the length of the natural year have sowed chaos—until the concept of leap year provided a way to make up for lost time. “It all comes down…

It’s that time again: Next Saturday, February 29, is a leap day, the calendar oddity that occurs (almost) every four years. For centuries, attempts to sync calendars with the length of the natural year have sowed chaos—until the concept of leap year provided a way to make up for lost time. “It all comes down…

It’s that time again: Next Saturday, February 29, is a leap day, the calendar oddity that occurs (almost) every four years. For centuries, attempts to sync calendars with the length of the natural year have sowed chaos—until the concept of leap year provided a way to make up for lost time. “It all comes down…

It’s that time again: Next Saturday, February 29, is a leap day, the calendar oddity that occurs (almost) every four years. For centuries, attempts to sync calendars with the length of the natural year have sowed chaos—until the concept of leap year provided a way to make up for lost time. “It all comes down…

It’s that time again: Next Saturday, February 29, is a leap day, the calendar oddity that occurs (almost) every four years. For centuries, attempts to sync calendars with the length of the natural year have sowed chaos—until the concept of leap year provided a way to make up for lost time. “It all comes down…

It’s that time again: Next Saturday, February 29, is a leap day, the calendar oddity that occurs (almost) every four years. For centuries, attempts to sync calendars with the length of the natural year have sowed chaos—until the concept of leap year provided a way to make up for lost time. “It all comes down…