1. The big movies opening this week are "A Quiet Place" rated PG-13, starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski (who directed and co-wrote the script) as members of a family forced to live in silence while hiding from creatures that hunt by sound; "Blockers" an R-rated comedy about three parents who try to stop their daughters from having sex on prom night; and "The Miracle Season," rated PG, the true story of Iowa City West's 2011 girls volleyball championship run after their team captain dies and the remaining players band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach (Helen Hunt).
2. The Masters Tournament tees off Thursday, with action taking place all weekend. See if last year's winner, Sergio García, joins golf legends Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo and Tiger Woods in winning consecutive Masters titles. This is can't-miss golf. Head to the official website, <a href="http://www.masters.com" >http://www.masters.com</a> for TV information and more.
3. Drink a cold one in celebration of National Beer Day on Saturday. Did you know that beer is the third most popular beverage in the world? It's also National No Housework Day so ignore the dirty dishes or laundry and take the time to sit back and relax.
4. Sunday is also the beginning of National Library Week and the 60th anniversary of the first event. This year's theme is "Libraries Lead." These special days are designed to get people reading and to get people to check out their local library. Head to the library this weekend to kick things off and pick out a book or three.
5. April is National Grilled Cheese month. While the sandwich has humble origins as a food popular during the Great Depression when processed cheese and bread were inexpensive, it can be taken up a level with gourmet additions such as crispy bacon, Gouda cheese or caramelized onions. Try a few of the upscale recipes featured on grilledcheeseacademy.com.