Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:
Monday is the 70th anniversary of the raising of the American flag during the World War II battle for the island of Iwo Jima.
- Battle of Iwo Jima recalled by veterans 70 years later ("CBS Evening News," 02/19/15)
- Gallery: 70th anniversary of Iwo Jima landing
Tuesday is Election Day in Chicago, where incumbent mayor Rahm Emanuel is running for a second term against four rivals.
- Early Voting Begins For Chicago Mayoral, Aldermanic Elections (WBBM, 02/09/15)
On Wednesday, the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo is scheduled to resume weekly publication for the first time since last month's massacre.
- Gallery: The work of Charlie Hebdo
- Gallery: Cartoonists draw in solidarity with Charlie Hebdo
- Complete CBSNews.com coverage: Terror in Europe
Thursday is World Pistachio Day, a celebration of the versatile nut that has been a favorite since ancient times.
- Follow World Pistachio Day on Twitter (@PistachioDay)
- Pistachio Health Institute
- 22 Pistachio Recipes from Bon Appetit
Friday is the final day of the National Conference on Bullying in Orlando, Florida, aimed at raising awareness and developing strategies for preventing bullying.
- National Conference on Bullying, Deb. 25-17, at the Rosen Centre Hotel International Drive in Orlando, Fla., hosted by the School Safety Advocacy Council
- Follow the School Safety Advocacy Council on Twitter (@SSAC9111), Facebook and YouTube
And on Saturday, comedian Lewis Black headlines "Let Freedom Laugh" in Washington, D.C. ... an evening of comedy honoring of the Bill of Rights.
- "Let Freedom Laugh: The Bill of Rights Comedy Concert," Feb. 28, at the Warner Theatre, Washington, D.C. | Tickets available via Ticketmaster