NBC's "Today" show has tentatively scheduled to air a segment this morning on the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association's Feed the Need program.

The network came to Charleston last month to film chefs from Charleston Grill serving lunch at Crisis Ministries.

The segment is set to run some time after 8:45 a.m., barring breaking news, according to Mickey Bakst, general manager at Charleston Grill.

Bakst started Feed the Need, which organizes Charleston-area restaurants to serve every Wednesday at soup kitchens, more than a year ago.

Barbara Eden writing memoir

Barbara Eden says she's been bottled up long enough.

The 75-year-old former star of "I Dream of Jeannie" is writing a memoir to be published by Crown Archetype.

Tina Constable, vice president of Crown Archetype, said "Jeannie Out of the Bottle" will be published next spring.

Eden co-starred with Larry Hagman in the '60s TV series about a beautiful genie named Jeannie. Hagman played an astronaut who found her on a beach and is constantly trying to keep her existence a secret.

She said Tuesday in a statement that "it's time for me to pop the cork and talk about the amazing people I've been fortunate enough to meet along the way."

Megan Fox, Green make it official

Megan Fox has tied the knot with longtime boyfriend Brian Austin Green.

Fox's publicist Dominique Appel said Tuesday the couple was "happily married."

The 24-year-old actress became engaged to Green earlier this month for the second time. The pair previously were engaged in 2006.

Fox and Green, 36, have been dating for several years. It's the first marriage for both.

Fox's film credits include "Transformers" and "Jonah Hex," which opened earlier this month. Green was a star of the 1990s TV hit, "Beverly Hills 90210."

Sen. Byrd's album to be re-released

A Virginia record label plans to reissue a bluegrass album recorded by the late U.S. Sen. Robert Byrd.

The West Virginia Democrat was the longest-serving member of the Senate. He died Monday at 92.

The 1978 "Mountain Fiddler" album features Byrd performing old-time and bluegrass songs on fiddle, along with Country Gentlemen band members Doyle Lawson on guitar, James Bailey on banjo and Spider Gilliam on bass.

County Records owner Dave Freeman said The reissue project had been in the works for about 18 months. The CD will be available nationally July 27.