Nov 21, 2011 Morning Headlines

Monday, November 21, 2011 Hello Cabuyano!

Morning Headlines

‘Nobody deserves this more,’ says boss of $50 million lottery-winners

Where would you go if you had just won $50 million and had been hounded by reporters and curious neighbours?

Toronto Now: No subway service between Islington and Keele

There's no subway service between Islington and Keele stations due to an emergency track maintenance. TTC is running shuttle buses.

Tear gas fired as fresh clashes hit Tahrir Square

Security forces fired tear gas and clashed Monday with several thousand protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square in the third straight day of violence that has killed at least 35 people and has turned into the most sustained challenge yet to the rule of Egypt’s military.

Mariners’ Greg Halman stabbed to death; brother held

Dutch police say the outfielder was found bleeding in a home in Rotterdam. Halman’s younger brother is being questioned.

Puzzle Book

That's Puzzling

Introducing That's Puzzling! Available by request with your Saturday Star. Puzzles galore and more! Visit
Must Reads - Home Page Editor's Picks

Doug Smith's Sports Blog: MVP debate is fun and the essence of sport

The Star's sportswriter Doug Smith answers your questions from this week's mailbag.

Who needs cable? A 6-month checkup

Six months after spending $175 in HD antenna gear,  Aneurin Bosley is getting 30 channels of free TV and couldn’t be  happier.

Looking for some Black Friday deals?

With the dollar at par, the annual U.S. shopping extravaganza known as Black Friday has lured Canadians across the border. This year is no different.


Is cash or credit better for travellers?

Remember travellers cheques? You can still get them, but there are many more options

What this producer learned selling popcorn at the Ex

Dancap founder Aubrey Dan learned a lot from his first job selling popcorn at Blue Jay games.

Click here for more Business

Kelly: Crosby’s comeback cause for celebration â€" and conversation

Now that Sidney Crosby is back, there is the far more vexing and ongoing question of how to ensure â€" as much as that is possible â€" that this never happens again.

Mariners’ Greg Halman stabbed to death; brother held

Dutch police say the outfielder was found bleeding in a home in Rotterdam. Halman’s younger brother is being questioned.


Doug Smith's Sports Blog: Taking your questions

The Star's sportswriter Doug Smith answers your questions from this week's mailbag.

Leaf answers: Energy shortage in Raleigh

Young Leafs sure looked tired in the second of back-to-back games, and even the top guns did little till the end.

Click here for more Sports

Taylor Swift nabs artist of the year at American Music Awards

Taylor Swift won artist of the year at the American Music Awards, nabbing the top trophy for the second time in her young career.

Former Stratford director John Neville died Saturday

John Neville, O.B.E. C.M., who ran theatres on two continents, starred on stage, screen and television and could list Judi Dench, Liv Ullman and Vanessa Redgrave among his leading ladies, died in Toronto on Nov. 19 at the age of 86.


A ribbiting conversation with Kermit the Frog

Kermit the Frog hops on over for an exclusive interview with the Star about life, love and his new movie, The Muppets.

Prince proves 2 B a class act

Email chat even reveals elusive star’s sense of humour.

Click here for more Entertainment

Jamie Oliver tweets his love for Buca

But despite the raves from Oliver, some Portland St. tenants are objecting to the opening of a Buca offshoot in their building.

Bodyrock.Tv on the rocks

Future of popular YouTube channel Bodyrock. Tv questionable after co-founding couple breaks up expands to Canada

Designer sample-sale site expands to Canada

My Kardashian divorce

They were married four times as long as Kim Kardashian but split up within a year of saying “I do.” Toronto exes Jenny Johnston and Brice Hall talk to the Star about their 360-day marriage.

Click here for more Living

Get lost in the Alps Lose yourself in the Alps

Twelve interconnected resorts in two countries, 650 km of groomed runs, 197 lifts â€" the Portes du Soleil stats read like Jose Bautista’s baseball card.

Canada’s spa star shines

From B.C. to Niagara to Quebec, Canada produces some of the top spas in the world.


Untangling travel warning websites

“Is it safe?” That’s the most common

American royalty

Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California is larger than life, just like its illustrious founder.

Click here for more Travel

Get on your cell phone, smart phone or iPhone. Our mobile service has full-length versions of top stories from formatted for small screens. From your cell phone or smart phone, just go to From your iPhone, visit No subscription is required for the mobile service.


To unsubscribe from this newsletter, click here.

Copyright Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. All rights reserved. Distribution, transmission or republication of any material from is strictly prohibited without the prior written permission of Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. For information please contact us using our webmaster form. online since 1996.  For details about our privacy policy, please click here.

Click here to sign up for more great newsletters. Send your feedback and suggestions to

No comments:

Post a Comment

Today's Funny Headline

Today's Funny Headline
Today's news