Spring has sprung. The kids are on Spring Break. Life is good. Here are five ways to enjoy the month:
'TITANIC' MANIA: "I'm the king of the world!" It's one of the most famous movie lines of all time from one of the highest grossing films with $1.8 billion worldwide. Now, 15 years later, the epic film returns to the big screen -- this time in 3-D. "Titanic 3-D" opens this Wednesday, April 4. ABC is also airing "Titanic," a four-part miniseries about the doomed ship, which premieres April 14. The four-hour series ends on April 15, which is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.
THE BUNNY'S BACK!: Celebrate Easter with some adorable and delicious bunnies from Vosges Haut-Chocolat. There are Exotic Flop-Eared Bunnies in flavors like toffee and peanut butter, a Mad Hare Orchestra set of rabbits in either dark or milk chocolate, and even a ginormous 1.8-pound bunny. There's also an amazing Easter Birdcage filled with chocolate goodies. Prices start at $12. www.vosgeschocolate.com
'GLEE': "Glee" left us with a major cliffhanger -- will Dianna Agron's Quinn survive a serious car crash? Will Rachel and Finn actually tie the knot? All will be answered (hopefully) when the show returns April 10 on FOX. The season will also feature celeb guest stars Lindsay Lohan and Whoopi Goldberg and Matt Bomer as Darren Criss' brother.
CHEAP CHIC : Alberta Ferretti is the latest designer to team up with Macy's for an affordable collection. Look for Ferretti's trademark feminine styles with prices ranging from $49-$119. Alberta Ferretti for Impulse is available April 17 in Macy's stores and online at www.macys.com.
COACHELLA ROCKS : Break out your festival duds and get ready to check out The Black Keys, Radiohead, Dr. Dre, Snoop and dozens of other acts over two weekends at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California. April 13-15 and April 20-22 if you are lucky enough to have passes!
-- Ryan Patterson
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