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Posted at 01:15 PM ET, 03/16/2012

March Madness, Cherry Blossoms: How to contribute

March has been an exciting month at The Washington Post. In addition to an array of breaking news stories, we’ve also got perennials such as March Madness, St. Patrick’s Day and the upcoming Cherry Blossom Festival on our minds.

We hope you contribute to our coverage of these events and more. We’ve rounded up some of the most exciting (and interactive) features on our site right now. There are lots of ways to participate, so have at it.

Cherry Blossoms

photo submitted by RAshC; haiku by andante825.
The Cherry Blossom Festival starts next week, and we invite you to share your photos and, if you’re feeling particularly poetic, your cherry blossom haiku. Need inspiration? We’ve combined reader-submitted photographs and haiku here.

Click here for full coverage of the festival, complete with trivia, blossom-themed artwork from KidsPost readers and vintage photos.

March Mad-ness

In the spirit of good ol’ trash talk, we asked readers about the team they can never root for. The conclusion? Duke has a lot of haters. Vote for the most reviled team in college sports. Tell us about the team you can’t stand here.

If you want to up the trash talk ante, share your frustrations with your NCAA-obsessed friends/co-workers/family members, who boast about their brackets. Tweet your gripes using the hash tag #NoOneCaresAboutYourBracket.

Beer Madness

If basketball isn’t your thing, try your hand at another college sport with our annual beer tourney.

And, speaking of beer...

Our Going Out Gurus have the go-to guide on D.C. area bar trivia nights . You can brush up on your skills with this well-rounded trivia quiz.

Election 2012

Are you a politics hound? Take this quiz to find out which GOP candidate most closely fits your beliefs.

St. Patrick’s Day

We asked readers to caption this award-winning photo of President Obama raising a glass of Guinness at a pub in Ireland. Readers have submitted their witty suggestions in the comments — with more than a few dubbing the commander in chief President O’bama. [ Add your caption here ]

Still planning your St. Patrick’s Day festivities? Going Out Guide has you covered.

And that reminds us --.the weekend is just about here.We’ll toast to that!

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