This past week we learned of the death of Ralph Stanley. He is considered a Founding Father of modern bluegrass music. After decades of performing on the folk music circuit, Ralph Stanley broke through to a wider audience in the 2000 film "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?" He was 89. Watch a 1985 segment on the music icon.
Jim Gaffigan is baffled that anyone goes to school when they aren't being paid, let alone that people pay to go to school. He's so confused by the notion, he's come up with an alternative that would likely boost college enrollment all over the country. Gaffigan shares his thoughts on why he thinks people should get paid to go to school.
For fans of the radio program "A Prairie Home Companion," recent news about Garrison Keillor marks the end of an historic run. This coming Saturday's broadcast from the Hollywood Bowl will be his last. Why is he leaving the show that he made into an institution? He talked about that decision with Jane Pauley.