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Today is: The birthday of many musical geniuses. Hitmaker and producer Timbaland was born on March 10, 1972. American Idol winner, Carrie Underwood, and soulful singer, Robin Thicke also call the day their birthdays (in 1983 and 1977 respectively).

P.S. Today is also the birthday of the man, the myth and the legend, Chuck Norris (1940).

[Courtesy of ChuckNorris.com]

Quote of the Day:

“Everything that happens once can never happen again. But everything that happens twice will surely happen a third time.”

 - Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

[Courtesy of FX]

Pop Culture:

“The People v. O.J. Simpson” has become must-see television. This week, the miniseries chronicling the trial of Simpson gave an award-worthy performance in which an entire episode detailed the abysmal treatment of Marcia Clark (Sarah Paulson) during the trail. The show airs at 10 p.m. on Tuesdays.


Late Friday evening, fans got a surprise release from King Kendrick, in part due to another king. Following Kendrick’s Grammy performance, NBA star, Lebron James tweeted at Kendrick’s record label CEO, Anthony Tiffith, “you have to release those untitled tracks asap!!!” A week later, we now have "untitled unmastered." The Top Dawg Entertainment CEO simply said, "Thank @KingJames for this." 


Tuesday the postseason for the Atlantic Coastal Conference kicked off in the District. Quarterfinal matchups like, No. 1 North Carolina versus No. 8 Pittsburgh and No. 3 Miami versus No. 6 Virginia Tech will take place in the Verizon Center and air on ESPN. Semifinal matchups will also take place in the nation's capital tomorrow, followed by the championship game on Saturday March 12. 


Paris Fashion Week is over just as quickly as it started, however, street style in the world's fashion capital never goes unnoticed. Striking graphic pieces from OFF WHITE, UNDERCOVER, Gucci, and, of course, high-end fashion pieces graced the streets of Paris during the week.      FOR THE GALLERY 


ShamrockFest is America’s largest St. Patrick’s Day festival, where thousands shake their shamrocks to Celtic rock bands. It’s pure shenanigans where the beer flows strong and everyone is Irish for the day. To get all the details on the plethora of events, and information about tickets, be sure to visit their websiteFOR MORE "CAN'T MISS" EVENTS


The rabbit invasion came to an end in the District. Sunday marked the last day people could visit the giant cubes of the invasive creatures that had lit up the Navy Yard since Feb. 20. The event dubbed, Light Yards, featured inflated rabbit sculptures planted and at home in the Yard to show their invasive. Artist Amanda Parer is from Australia where rabbit population devastated the environment. FOR A LOOK AT THE EVENT


This Saturday marks the debut of "Cocktail Magic" in the District. "Top quality cocktails, WTF illusions, tasty bites, lively beats and a crowd ready to get down. You could spend your free time tracking down the best bartenders in the game but, instead, get ‘em all wrapped up in one gloriously badass party," Cocktail Magic's website says. Tickets for this event go for upwards of $100, and a portion of the proceeds goes to the Well Dunn Foundation. 


Wednesday night Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders argued to win over Floridians in their final scheduled debate. The heated debate in Miami took aim at who would better represent Hispanic voters' interest. Many critics leaned toward Sanders' stance in the debate, but tonight the Republicans have their chance to duke it out at 8:30 p.m. on CNN. 


Rumors say the annual September release of a new iPhone will happen again this year with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Apple is also rumored to be releasing an iPhone mini. More details should be coming soon at the March 21 Apple iPhone launch event.  

Song of the Day: 

Travi$ Scott - Uber Everywhere

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