Joanne Stuttgen’s culinary adventures started with a simple bicycle ride. But it wasn’t too long before the Wisconsin-based writer was visiting – and cataloguing – hundreds of tiny cafes all across the region.
Word on the street is that clowns will be protesting the NATO Summit this week. No, real clowns—as in scary white makeup, colorful wigs, and big red noses. And as if that's not frightening enough, they say they will be armed with pies.
Gawain Kripke of Oxfam America believes that with urgent action, G-8 leaders can help 50 million people lift themselves out of poverty by 2015. He joins Worldview and shares his thoughts on what's at stake.
We shouldn't forget that the "Arab Spring" started when Mohamed Bouazizi, a Tunisian street food vendor, set himself on fire to protest the confiscation of his produce and the humiliation he suffered at the hands of municipal authorities.