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*TLC announces it has acquired the rights to air a new travel series called “Sarah Palin‘s Alaska,” which showcases the former governor’s view of the state. I can only assume it’ll be multiple shots of Russia from her front door.

*GLAAD calls for the Tribeca Film Festival to remove the film Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives from its lineup.

*The John F. Kennedy Library in Boston will display a letter sent in 1946 from a young J.D. Salinger to Ernest Hemingway starting Sunday. Salinger and Hemingway met during World War II, and the letter details Salinger’s own attempts to become an author.

*Universal Studios announces the official opening date for “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter” theme park is June 18. I’m going to pretend I’m a lot less excited than I actually am and that I haven’t already enlisted friends into some kind of childhood-reliving road trip extravaganza.

*Lilith Fair adds some surprising artists to its superstar line-up. Disney star Selena Gomez will now play alongside acts like Brandi Carlile, Mary J. Blige, Heart, Indigo Girls, Kelly Clarkson, Sara Bareilles, and festival staples Sheryl Crow and Sarah McLachlan.

*The new Tron Legacy poster? Yeah, it’s animated.

*In case you’ve never experienced Washington in late March/early April before, remember that the National Cherry Blossom Festival starts tomorrow. Stake your claim on the Metro or plan your alternative routes immediately.