March 15th - the "Ides of March" - what the heck is that all about? The "Ides of March" is the first day of the Roman New Year. It also marks the first day of spring in the Roman calendar. On this day in history, Julius Caesar was warned by soothsayers to "beware of the Ides of March". Apparently, he did not heed the warning strongly enough as he was stabbed by Marcus Brutus on the Ides of March in 44 BC.
How about a St. Patrick's Day greeting from everyone's favorite! Favorite what? Find out when you watch today's "Video of the Day"
A winner of the "Celebrity Apprentice," who was also the first one fired from the "All Star Celebrity Apprentice," Bret Michaels was also the star of his reality show "Rock of Love," and the lead singer of Poison. To celebrate his 50th birthday, we feature a Poison hit from 1987 as today's "Lost 80s Classic"