This year's Pulitzer Prize winners will be announced Monday at 3 p.m. EST. Head over to the Pulitzer website for the list of "all winners and finalists, photographs and bios of winners, winning photos and cartoons and links to winning journalism entries." Get a refresher on who won last year in the video above.
WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange's talk show, "The World Tomorrow," launches Tuesday on Russian television. It will air on the RT news network and online. Fun fact: The show's theme song was written by M.I.A. Watch the trailer for the show above.
The film festival that was started as a response to 9/11 returns, from April 18 - 29. The festival features a mix of narratives, shorts, documentaries and panels. Go here for schedule and ticket information.
"Perfect Crime," the mystery-thriller/longest-running play in NYC history celebrates its 25th anniversary on Wednesday, with its 10,233rd performance. For more info, visit the play's website, and
Support your local record store this Saturday for the 5th annual Record Store Day, launched in 2008 by Metallica, at Rasputin Music in San Francisco. This year's official ambassador is Iggy Pop, with his main function being to "claim the mantle of greatness that conveys the majesty of the amazing array of releases made on the world's only holiday devoted to music." Go here to find participating record stores in your area (which could mean performances and parties, if you're lucky). Find out more about it in the above video.
Culture Forecast: April 15 - April 21