Here's a look at the week ahead -- on our Sunday Morning Calendar:
Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, honoring the memory of the Nobel Prize-winning civil rights leader. National parks will be offering free admission all day.
- MLK Day of National & Community Service (Corporation for National and Community Service)
- How Martin Luther King Jr. Day became a federal holiday (USA Today)
On Tuesday, the impeachment trial of President Trump is scheduled to begin in the U.S. Senate.
- (CBS News, 1/13/20)
- ("CBS This Morning," 1/17/20)
- (CBS News, 1/14/20)
- (CBS News, 1/16/20)
- Trump calls Senate impeachment trial "total hoax" (CBS News, 1/16/20)
Wednesday sees the African-American Film Critics Association Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
- African-American Film Critics Association Awards, January 22, at the Taglyan Complex in Hollywood
- Winners of the 2019 African-American Film Critics Association Awards
Lupita Nyong'o meets one of the "Tethereds" in Jordan Peele's horror film "Us," winner of the African-American Film Critics Association Best Film Award:
Thursday kicks off the World Buskers Festival in Christchurch New Zealand, featuring 60 street performers from across the planet.
- Bread & Circus: World Buskers Festival 2020 (January 23-February 16)
On Friday, singer-songwriter Neil Diamond turns 79.
- ("Sunday Morning," 1/28/18)
- ("CBS This Morning," 10/23/14)
- ("Sunday Morning," 11/6/05)
- (CBS News, 12/21/11)
Neil Diamond performs "Song Sung Blue" – a "glad song," he says:
And Saturday rings in the Chinese Lunar New Year ... the "Year of the Rat," according to the Chinese zodiac.
Story produced by Robert Marston.