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The 2011 commemorative eggs. (Chuck Kennedy / The White House)

— Turns out the White House Easter Egg Roll being kept afloat by corporate donations and commemorative egg sales, reports Juliet Eilperin. (Earlier: It was so demystifying when it turned out you could just buy the White House souvenir eggs online and didn’t have to scramble for them on the South Lawn.) . . . .Update: The president did not cover himself with glory on the basketball court today.

Caroline Kennedy is headed to Japan as the new U.S. ambassador, according to In The Loop.

Michelle Obama plans to take on some stickier issues for the second term, including youth violence, reports Krissah Thompson.

— Robert McCartney wants to impeach William Howard Taft from the Running Presidents.

— Obama’s weekend: The Syracuse/Marquette game, followed by Easter Sunday services with a minister who dinged the “religious right” in his sermon.

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