Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:
Monday is National Sandwich Day, a celebration of the breaded snack invented by the 4th Earl of Sandwich back in the 1700s.
Tuesday is Day One of the Collaborative Stove Design Workshop at New York's Brookhaven National Laboratory, challenging teams from all over the world to design automated wood stoves that are low-emission, efficient and affordable.
- 2014 Collaborative Stove Design Workshop (Nov. 4-7), sponsored by the Alliance for Green Heat
- Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, N.Y.
Wednesday, Forbes releases its annual list of the World's Most Powerful People. Russian President Vladimir Putin beat out President Obama last year for the #1 spot.
Thursday's the night for the "Salute to the Troops" concert at the White House. Performers include Mary J. Blige, John Fogerty, and Willie Nelson.
- "Salute to the Troops: In Performance at the White House" airs on PBS Friday, Nov. 7
- A workshop, "The Stars and Stripes Forever: A History of Music and the Military," will stream live at whitehouse.gov on Thursday, Nov. 6.
On Friday, a string of 8,000 balloons will be illuminated along the length of the former Berlin Wall, ahead of next Sunday's 25th anniversary of the day the wall fell.
- Gallery: The fall of the Berlin Wall
- Despite protests, more of the Berlin Wall torn down (CBS News, 03/27/13)
- After the Berlin Wall fell ("Sunday Morning," 11/08/09)
- Legacy of the Berlin Wall's fall (The New Republic, 11/09/09)
- Gallery: Keeping the Berlin Wall standing
And Saturday sees the presentation of the Honorary Oscars, with 94-year-old actress Maureen O'Hara among the recipients.
- Oscar to honor Harry Belafonte, Maureen O'Hara, Hayao Miyazaki (CBS News, 08/28/14)