5 Things To Know This AM — Mar 18 2011

It's official, we're screwed. The New York Times will start charging to read their content online on March 28. Huffington Post anyone? (Gawker)
Tickets to Charlie Sheen's NYC engagement of his live tour, My Violent Torpedo of Truth, sold out in 30 minutes. #winning. (Daily Mail UK)
Donald Trump's presidential bid is looking real serious. The mogul has said he's willing to spend as much as $600 million of his own money to finance the campaign. Who wants to place bets on a Palin/Trump ticket? (Perez Hilton)
Because St. Patrick's Day wouldn't be St. Patrick's day without a bunch of Irishmen singing Savage Garden's "Truly Madly Deeply." Don't even try and tell us you don't remember that song. (Fucked In Park Slope)
Ever wondered what New York was like in the '80s? This short film on Acid gives you an inside peek. (The Huffington Post)
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