74-year-old expat Karl Andee was caught with homebrewed wine by Saudi police last year and is now facing a punishment of 350 lashes.
Rio de Janeiro’s Comida de Favela food festival sees restaurants from the Maré shanty complex—notorious for its competing gang factions—take part in a month-long competition to find the favela’s best dish.
“Ranch is the bastard child of salad dressing,” says Courtney McBroom of Large Marge. “Everyone hates on it, but I don’t understand why.”
A group of UConn students have started an online fundraiser to give cafeteria employees a night out after a video emerged of an intoxicated Luke Gatti threatening and shoving the manager.
The World Food Programme believes that if people can’t feed themselves, there will never be peace. In the next 15 years, it hopes to achieve what it calls Zero Hunger—but it has some significant hurdles to jump.
Tel Aviv’s own Zekaim-Original Vegan Boutique, is facing an Internet backlash after announcing last week that one of their weekly specials would consist of “bread steak that comes out of the oven crispy and hot.”