Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:
On Monday, Prince Philip, the husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, turns 98.
- The Duke of Edinburgh (royal.uk)
- Britain's Prince Philip to step down from royal duties ("CBS This Morning," 05/04/17)
- Passage: Prince Philip to retire from public life ("Sunday Morning," 05/07/17)
Tuesday sees the start of cycling's Race Across America, a more than 3,000-mile endurance contest from Oceanside, California to Annapolis, Maryland.
- Race Across America (RAAM), beginning June 11 (Solo and Team Starts), and June 15 (Additional Team Starts)
- Live tracking of race
To watch competitors bike through Monument Valley click on the video player below:
Wednesday is Anne Frank Day, marking the 90th anniversary of the birth of the Holocaust victim whose diary is a day-by-day record of Nazi persecution.
- Anne Frank House, Amsterdam
- Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect
- "The Diary of a Young Girl" by Anne Frank (Bantam Books)
- Memoir offers new picture of Anne Frank (03/17/10)
- Was Anne Frank really betrayed? (12/17/16)
- Who betrayed Anne Frank? (05/06/02)
Thursday brings the annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in New York. (Inductees include Dallas Austin, Missy Elliott, Tom T. Hall, John Prine, Jack Tempchin, and Yusuf/Cat Stevens.)
- 2019 Annual Gala presenters and performers announced
- ("CBS This Morning," 1/12/19)
- ("CBS This morning," 2/07/19)
- ("Sunday Morning," 11/25/18)
- ("Sunday Morning," 12/07/14)
- Songwriters Hall of Fame
On Friday, an exhibition of the late Maurice Sendak's designs for opera and ballet opens at New York's Morgan Library.
- Drawing the Curtain: Maurice Sendak's Designs for Opera and Ballet, at the Morgan Library in New York City (June 14-October 6)
And on Saturday, the Hollywood Bowl launches its new season with a performance by singer John Legend.
- Opening Night at the Bowl with John Legend, June 15 at 8 p.m., in Los Angeles | Ticket info
- ("Sunday Morning," 2/15/15)
- ("CBS This Morning," 7/09/18)
Story produced by Robert Marston.