We know how you feel about Monday morning -- not the greatest day, right? You fumble for the coffee, stare bleary-eyed at your overstuffed inbox and wonder why you aren't still wrapped in a blanket cocoon on the sofa watching reruns of "Mad Men." We'll ease your pain and let you in on some of what this week has to offer.
MONDAY, JANUARY 13: The week kicks off with the North American International Auto Show, which is held in Detroit annually and brings the future of the auto industry with it. It is open to the public, so if you're in the area and want to know how soon you can buy a flying car, this is where to go.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14: Bruce Springsteen releases his 18th studio album today, giving all of us a jolt at how long he's been in the music industry. Go Bruce! Check out one of his many all-time classic hits.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15: "Duck Dynasty" is back today, and whether you love or hate good ol' boy Phil Robinson, one thing's for sure: Everyone's talking about this show.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 16: If you care about movies outside the mainstream, you'll want to keep an eye on announcements out of the Sundance Film Festival January 16 to January 26 in Park City, Utah. The awards ceremony is on January 25, but there will be plenty of buzz about the films before then -- not to mention what everyone is wearing, of course.
FRIDAY: JANUARY 17: First lady Michelle Obama celebrates her 50th birthday today, and we've heard it's going to be quite the bash. Word is Beyonce and Adele may both be in attendance, although that hasn't been confirmed as of yet. One thing we know: If Michelle Obama invites you anywhere, you GO.