The board that oversees the University of Virginia has second thoughts about a plan to quell dissent. A draft proposal has suggested that rank-and-file members of the Board of Visitors should avoid criticizing group decisions. Anyone who is not in a leadership position was urged to steer clear of media outlets unless they clear it with the Rector. Some Wahoos in Richmond, including State Senator Chap Petersen (D- Fairfax) are raising a stink. Petersen (picture) is a 1994 UVA Law School grad who describes the plan as absurd. The Washington Post says Rector George Martin wants to make major revisions to satisfy First Amendment concerns.
Re-runs of the '80s sitcom "Dukes of Hazzard" are off the air amid controversy over portrayals of the Confederate flag, which is notably featured on the show's "General Lee" vehicle.
After the death of lead guitarist Jerry Garcia in 1995, the surviving four members say they will end The Grateful Dead's 50-year run this weekend.
With hundreds of costumes, props, photos, and interactive displays, "The Hunger Games: The Exhibition" brings fans into the dystopian, post-apocalyptic nation of Panem.
The new "Late Show" host took over the latest episode of "Only in Monroe," which airs in the community of about 21,000 people.