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 27 -- Space pioneers, pay attention! NASA Television will air live a six-hour spacewalk by two Russian members of the International Space Station crew beginning at 8:30 a.m.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 28 -- Concerned about your Internet safety? You'll be happy to hear that today is Data Privacy Day, which is especially important, given recent issues at stores like Target and Neiman Marcus. Do you feel your private data is safe?
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29 -- Oprah turns 60 today, celebrating her landmark birthday in style. Look back at some of her most compelling interviews here.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 30 -- Today marks the 14th anniversary of Super Bowl XXXIV. Sure, the St. Louis Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans, but it was also noteworthy because the game was played at the Georgia Dome during an ice storm. Wonder if the NFL learned its lesson since this year's Super Bowl will be played outdoors in New Jersey. Why can't we have the big game in warm-weather cities?
FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 -- Today kicks off the Quebec Winter Carnival, which features everything from dogsled to canoe races. If you live in the area, it's time to get out and celebrate!