Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:
Monday is National Freedom Day ... the 151st anniversary of the day President Lincoln sent the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery to the states for ratification.
- Major Richard Robert Wright, Sr. and the National Freedom Day Association (Library of Congress)
- President Truman proclaims National Freedom Day (American Presidency Project)
- Abraham Lincoln as constitutional radical: The 13th Amendment (National Constitution Center)
Daniel Day-Lewis as Abraham Lincoln argues for the 13th Amendment in the 2012 film, "Lincoln":
On Tuesday, actor Matthew Perry makes his debut as a playwright while also starring in the world premiere of "The End of Longing" at a theater in London.
- "The End of Longing," at the Playhouse Theatre, London (Through May 14)
- Follow @MatthewPerry on Twitter
Wednesday sees the annual Empire State Building Run-Up in New York City: 86 stories ... 1,576 steps.
- 39th Annual Empire State Building Run-Up, February 3
Thursday is World Cancer Day, aimed at raising awareness of a disease that kills more than eight million people around the world every year.
- World Cancer Day 2016, February 4 | Get Involved
- Map of World Cancer Day Activities
- World Cancer Day, Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)
- World Cancer Day (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
- Obama establishes cancer "moonshot" task force (CBS News, 01/28/16)
On Friday, National Weatherperson's Day is in our forecast. It marks the birth in 1744 of early American weather observer John Jeffries.
- National Weatherperson's Day (accuweather.com)
- American Meteorological Society
- National Weather Association
- International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences
And next Saturday night, the NFL holds its annual awards show just ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl. Both, of course, can be seen right here on CBS.