March 15th is known as the Ides of March. Today is the day Julius Caesar was betrayed and stabbed 23 times by the Roman Senate, including his close ally, Brutus.
Here's a list of 5 Things we compiled to commemorate this infamous day in history.
1. Caesar Salad
Believe it or not, this salad is not named for Julius Caesar but for Caesar Cardini, the chef who created it. But the one time Roman Emperor may have enjoyed this dish as well. Both and have great Caesars.
Again, not actually named for Julius Caesar, but for the creator of the original beverage, Julius Freed. Still, enjoy a fruit smoothie or Julius at the location at .
3. Toga! Toga!
If you don't already have a white sheet at home, grab one at a . Not sure how to tie one? Here's a step-by-step tutorial. Make a crown out of leaves, and you're good to go!
4. Head to the Theater
Although Caesar was ambushed on his way to the theater, odds are you won't be harmed while heading to the . Buy tickets to see the musical Academy, which opens on Thursday.
5. Watch the Gladiators
Head to the Arena at Gwinnett Center (not the coliseum) to watch the take on the Cincinnati Cyclones tonight. And tonight is 2 for Tuesday, so you can buy two tickets for the price of one.