July 2 2013
President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush found common ground in Africa on Tuesday as they honored the victims of a terrorist attack. The U.S. presidents had a brief, silent encounter together at a monument for victims of the 1998 embassy bombing in Tanzania. Obama's were on a three-country tour in Africa and the Bushes were hosting a summit promoting the role of African first ladies bringing change to their countries.
Milwaukee Bucks' Mike Dunleavy is leaving Milwaukee to play for the Chicago Bulls. Dunleavy verbally committed to a two-year, $6 million deal with the Bulls, taking the contract on the first day of free agency.
As reported by the Milwaukee Business Journal, Outpost Natural Foods Cooperative is trying to raise $750,000 for its Mequon store with introduction of a new stock. The Milwaukee-based grocery cooperative is selling "class two" stock starting next week to members who have already purchased stock in the coop. It will yield an annual dividend, but will not offer any additional ownership rights. They plan to continue the sale until Dec. 31st.
In Entertainment news, Fred Armisen has confirmed he has left "Saturday Night Live" after 11 years. SNL often doesn't announce its cast changes, but the show's season finale in May concluded with a farwell for Armisen and Bill Hader.