‘The Ides of March’: Review Revue

From the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 B.C. to a 24-hour record rainfall (73.62 inches on Reunion Island in 1952) to the day CBS canceled the "Ed Sullivan Show" in 1971, the ides of March, better known as March 15, has historically proved to be a day of reckoning. The newest addition to fall under the 'ides' comes not in the form of the day but rather the name.



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