This week in history:
March 13, Uncle Sam made his debut in 1852 as a cartoon in the New York Lantern, drawn by Frank Henry Bellew.
Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany. He was physicist who received the Nobel Prize for his work in theoretical physics. He is most well know for this: E = mc2
March 15, is know as the ides of March. In 44 B.C., the Roman emperor Julius Caesar was stabbed to death by senators who called themselves the Liberatores. Shakespeare popularized the phrase “the ides of March” in his play Julius Caesar.