Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:
Monday is Columbus Day, marking the 525th anniversary of the explorer's arrival in the Bahamas.
- Mo Rocca on why we celebrate Columbus Day ("Sunday Morning," 10/07/12)
- On Columbus Day, more cities recognizing Native Americans
- Is it time to say goodbye to Columbus Day? ("CBS This Morning," 10/11/14)
Tuesday sees the release of Forbes' list of Top-Earning Dead Celebrities. Michael Jackson was last year's Number One, with $825 million in posthumous earnings.
- Top-Earning Dead Celebrities of 2016 (forbes.com)
Wednesday is the UN's International Day of the Girl Child, aimed at empowering the world's more than 1 billion girls.
- Follow @DayoftheGirl on Twitter
- International Day of the Girl Child Events (unicef.org)
Thursday sees the annual Student Academy Awards ceremony in Beverly Hills, an opportunity for emerging young filmmakers to showcase their work.
- Student Academy Awards (Oscars.org)
- 2017 finalists
- To apply for the 2018 Student Academy Awards competition click here
Friday is the U.S. Navy's birthday -- the 242nd anniversary of its authorization by the Continental Congress.
- The history of the Army and Navy's football rivalry ("CBS This Morning," 12/10/16)
- New documentary explores history of US Navy SEALs (CBSN, 11/10/14)
To hear the United States Naval Academy fight song "Anchors Aweigh," composed by Charles A. Zimmermann and Alfred Hart Miles click on the video player below.
And on Saturday, the Smithsonian's Freer and Sackler Galleries of Asian Art in Washington re-open after a lengthy renovation.