Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:
Monday kicks off the week-long New York Comedy Festival, with performances by more than 200 comedians, including Stephen Colbert of "The Late Show" here on CBS.
- New York Comedy Festival (Nov. 4-10), New York City
Watch a trailer for the 2019 New York Comedy Festival by clicking on the video player below:
Tuesday night our Mo Rocca discusses matters of life and death with Andy Borowitz at Manhattan's 92nd Street Y.
- Mo Rocca in Conversation with Andy Borowitz: "Mobituaries," at the 92nd Street Y Kaufman Concert Hall in New York, November 5 at 7:30 p.m. | Ticket info
- "The Borowitz Report" (The New Yorker)
- "Mobituaries" (Simon & Schuster)
- Follow @MoRocca on Twitter
Wednesday is Saxophone Day, marking the 205th anniversary of the birth of the instrument's inventor Adolphe Sax.
To hear Eddie Cantor sing "If I Give Up the Saxophone (Will You Come Back to Me?)" click on the video player below:
Thursday sees the opening, in Austin, Texas, of the annual Conference on Advancing School Mental Health. This year's theme is "Safe and Supportive Schools for All Students."
- 2019 Annual Conference on Advancing School Mental Health, Nov. 7-9 and the Hilton Austin, Austin, Texas
- ("CBS This Morning," 5/10/19)
- ("CBS This Morning," 9/02/19)
- (CBS News, 3/14/19)
- (CBS News, 9/10/18)
On Friday, veteran stage and screen actor Norman Lloyd, a regular on the TV series "St. Elsewhere," turns 105 years young.
- Norman Lloyd (IMDb)
Anthony Mason interviews Norman Lloyd in 2016 for "CBS This Morning":
And Saturday is World Freedom Day, marking the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
- President George W. Bush's Proclamation for the first World Freedom Day, Nov. 9, 2001
- ("Sunday Morning," 11/9/14)
- ("Sunday Morning," 11/8/09)
Story produced by Robert Marston.