Ann Patchett doesn't just write books, like her latest bestseller, "Commonwealth"; she sells them, at Parnassus Books in Nashville, her very own bookstore. As you might expect from a novelist, there's a good story behind Parnassus Books, and it's one that's bigger than just one brick-and-mortar retailer. Lesley Stahl of "60 Minutes" reports.
Reading teacher Dawn West, 52, says the very happiest days of her life were the ones spent as a member of the West Virginia University marching band. What's amazing is, she never left, attending classes just to remain a member of the band. Steve Hartman meets the woman who may be America's only lifetime college student.
After a rocky end to her marriage with her longtime collaborator, the bestselling female country music singer ever is back with "Now," her first studio album in 15 years. Shania Twain opens up to Lee Cowan about her divorce, and finding love again; her childhood; the health crisis that almost ended her career; and how, by writing music on her own, she "wrote myself out of my misery."