Calendar: Week of June 17

(CBSNews) Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:

On Monday, the 50th International Paris Air Show opens to trade groups and the press, with rivals Boeing and Airbus both expected to announce orders for their latest aircraft.

First flight of Airbus A350 reopens wide-body race
World air fleet to double in 20 years, Boeing forecasts

On Tuesday, President Obama heads to Berlin, following the conclusion of the G-8 Summit of world leaders in Northern Ireland.

Obama, Putin to discuss Syria during bilateral meeting

Wednesday is "Juneteenth" . . . a celebration of the end of slavery. A statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglas is due to be unveiled at the Capitol.

Ga. school used slavery analogy to teach math
Universities and theaters partner on new performances about Civil War
Slaves, freedmen spied on South during Civil War
Examining the faces of emancipation
Jefferson's irony: Voice of liberty, slave owner

On Thursday, Jennifer Lopez receives the 2,500th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Jennifer Lopez: A design for living

Friday is the First Day of Summer (in the Eastern and Central time zones, at least), with the solstice occurring at 1:04 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time. Because of the time difference, Summer starts late Thursday night in the Mountain and Pacific zones.

Stonehenge a monument to unity, new theory claims

And Saturday marks the 75th anniversary of heavyweight Joe Louis' fabled knockout of German boxer Max Schmeling in 1938.

German boxing great Schmeling dies


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