Local governments roll out the red carpet to attract outside businesses like Amazon, but what do they do to breed and nurture local entrepreneurs?
Guest Host: Marc Fisher
Masked gunmen attacked the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo today, killing 12 people. Four of the publication’s best-known editorial cartoonists, including the magazine’s editor, are reportedly among the dead. In recent years Charlie Hebdo has published stories and cartoons — ncluding depictions of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad — that offended various religious groups. We talk with cartoonist Kevin “KAL” Kallaugher about ongoing controversies involving religion, satire and politics around the world.
- Kevin "KAL" Kallaugher Artist-in-Residence, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Political Cartoonist, The Economist and the Baltimore Sun
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