A roundup of the week's biggest culture stories:
The White House hosted its annual Easter egg roll, and even Justin Beiber didn't get as much attention as the First Family. The NCAA women's basketball tournament ended with University of Connecticut victory over Stanford, in a game that seemed like it was made up by a sportswriter.
Treme, the new HBO show from Wire creator David Simon, debuts Sunday night, and we got a first look at the series. We pointed out its surprising sentimentality as well as its complicated approach to realism.
The week's biggest story was Tiger Woods' return to professional golf at the Master's. We explained why his comeback isn't really a "second act." We questioned whether he's actually been an "ambassador of change" for the sport. We picked apart the creepy Nike commercial that aired late this week and featured the voice of his dead father. And we gave you five reasons to root for him despite his lying, cheating ways.