Here's a look at the week ahead -- on our Sunday Morning Calendar:
Monday is the 50th anniversary of the world premiere in New York City of "The Sound of Music," starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.
- "The Sound of Music" available on Blu-ray and DVD from Fox Home Video; Digital download from Amazon, iTunes and Google Play
- 50th Anniversary Edition of "The Sound of Music" Soundtrack Album available on CD from Amazon and Barnes & Noble; on digital download from Amazon and iTunes; and on vinyl from Analog Spark
- Rodgers & Hammerstein's "The Sound of Music" at rnh.com
- Lady Gaga worked with vocal coach for six months for "Sound of Music" performance (CBS News, 02/23/15)
- Almanac: Maria von Trapp ("Sunday Morning," 01/26/14)
- Maria Franziska von Trapp, last of "The Sound of Music" siblings, dies (CBS News, 02/22/14)
On Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers an address to a joint session of Congress, the result of a controversial invitation from House Speaker John Boehner.
- Boehner invites Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress (CBS News, 01/21/15)
- Obama administration calls Netanyahu's upcoming Congress address "destructive" ("CBS This Morning," 02/25/15)
- James Baker: Netanyahu speech invitation a breach of protocol ("Face the Nation," 02/01/15)
- Three prominent Democrats to skip Netanyahu's address to Congress (02/06/15)
Wednesday is World Read Aloud Day, encouraging people to celebrate the power of words.
On Thursday, Fortune magazine releases its annual list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For. Google has topped the list for the past three years.
Friday sees the kick-off in Los Angeles of PaleyFest, a 10-day celebration of TV and its stars, named after CBS founder William S. Paley.
As for Saturday, it's National Cereal Day, a salute to the breakfast food that by one estimate is munched on by 49 percent of Americans each morning.