March 10, 2016 6:13 AM EST


The Disney Channel announced a fourth installment of its popular High School Musical franchise.

Spotify made a “birthing playlist” of songs to help women in labor. Among them: Pearl Jam’s “Just Breathe” and “Under Pressure” by Queen and David Bowie.

Kobe Bryant autographed sneakers for two young fans after they guessed the name of his dog. (It’s Crucio, a reference to a Harry Potter curse.)

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited a pair of baby pandas at the Toronto Zoo.

A family found a crumpled bag full of Ty Cobb baseball cards in a deceased relative’s home; they’re valued at more than $1 million.

Design firm Kikkerland is selling a night-light in the shape of a slice of pizza on a paper plate.

Kendrick Lamar released a surprise collection of demos recorded for his last album, To Pimp a Butterfly.

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Christian Bale said he “didn’t quite nail” his role as Batman in Christopher Nolan’s trilogy.

A woman was arrested outside Buffalo, N.Y., for driving with a painted cardboard version of a New York State license plate.

An eatery in Manchester, England, unveiled a “pizza” topped with Cadbury Creme Eggs, marshmallows, brownies and meringue. Its name: I Am the ResurrEGGtion.

Starbucks had to recall one of its breakfast sandwiches over listeria concerns.

Prominent crossword-puzzle editor Timothy Parker–who has worked for USA Today–was benched over allegations that he had plagiarized clues.

Donald Trump referenced the size of his genitals during the March 3 GOP debate.

‘I guarantee you there’s no problem. I guarantee it.’

A trio of art students invented a MacBook selfie stick.

This appears in the March 21, 2016 issue of TIME.

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