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  • London, United Kingdom
    Sunday Mar 17, 2002

    St. Patrick's Day

    London's parade

    London, United Kingdom
    Sunday Mar 17, 2002

    London, since 2002, has had an annual St Patrick's Day parade which takes place on weekends around the 17th, usually in Trafalgar Square. In 2008 the water in the Trafalgar Square fountains was dyed green.




  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Sunday Mar 17, 2002

    Dwayne Johnson

    WrestleMania X8

    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Sunday Mar 17, 2002

    At the next pay-per-view, No Way Out, The Rock defeated The Undertaker in a singles match. The event also saw the WWF debut of the famed WCW faction New World Order, which at the time consisted of "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall. This later led to a match between The Rock and Hogan at WrestleMania X8.




  • State College, Pennsylvania, U.S.
    Monday Mar 25, 2002

    Dwayne Johnson

    Draft Lottery

    State College, Pennsylvania, U.S.
    Monday Mar 25, 2002

    After the introduction of the first-ever brand extension, the WWF held a "draft lottery" on the March 25, 2002, episode of Raw. The Rock was the number one overall pick, going to the SmackDown brand before taking a sabbatical from wrestling.




  • U.S.
    Sunday Mar 31, 2002

    Xerox

    Xerox restated its financials which reflected the reallocation of equipment sales revenue of more than $2 billion

    U.S.
    Sunday Mar 31, 2002

    On March 31, 2002, Xerox restated its financials which reflected the reallocation of equipment sales revenue of more than $2 billion.




  • U.S.
    Sunday Mar 31, 2002

    Eminem

    Jacques Loussier

    U.S.
    Sunday Mar 31, 2002

    On March 31, 2002, French jazz pianist Jacques Loussier filed a $10 million lawsuit against Eminem and Dr. Dre, claiming that the beat for "Kill You" was taken from his instrumental "Pulsion". Loussier demanded that sales of The Marshall Mathers LP be halted, and any remaining copies destroyed. The case was later settled out of court.




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