Nov 22, 2011 Morning Headlines

Tuesday, November 22, 2011 Hello Cabuyano!

Morning Headlines

DiManno: Daughter’s romance was doomed from the start, murder trial told

"I divorce you. I divorce you. I divorce you.” And just like that it was over, Zainab Shafia’s one-day marriage.

Toronto Now: Subway resumes 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.

Morning after eviction, Occupy protesters still in St. James Park

It's watch, wait and prepare time in the endangered Occupy Toronto protest camp in St. James Park.

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Doug Smith’s Sports Blogs: Of course, he scored. Greats handle the moment

I guess it’s all relative and like so much in the world of sports, nothing is ever simply black and white.

5 ways to survive market ups and downs

With global markets on another roller-coaster ride, it might be tempting to sell your stocks and stuff the money in your mattress. But there are a ways to stay relatively safe amid the chaos.

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.


Canadian retailers stage cross-border shopping counter-offensive with local Black Friday deals

Some Canadian stores will be offering half price off popular toys and steep price cuts on big ticket items, such as TVs and appliances.

More bad news for RIM

Three brokerages downgrade expectations for the BlackBerry maker, even as it struggles with a new software glitch.

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Doug Smith's Sports Blog: Baseball MVP debate is always fun

I guess it’s all relative and like so much in the world of sports, nothing is ever simply black and white.

Crosby Watch: Two goals, two assists in storybook return

Join the Star's Damien Cox, in Pittsburgh for the hotly anticipated return of Sidney Crosby, for an online chat. 


Cox: Should be a pretty amazing atmosphere, Crosby says

James Neal might be the happiest person on earth now that Sidney Crosby is back.

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Rockettes are a triple sister act

Three Canadian sisters are kicking up their heels as members of the world famous Rockettes on Broadway, a first in the history of the show.

Salem: Lisa Kudrow is psyching out

Former Friend turns shrink and creates her own show, Web Therapy.


Larry King cancels Ottawa and Toronto dates

Due to a recent conflict in his schedule talk show host Larry King has cancelled performances in Ottawa and Toronto.

Video: Randy Bachman on recording with Little Richard

Canadian music legend Randy Bachman remembers what it was like to record with Little Richard.

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Is Occupy Toronto eviction ethical?

The ethics of moving the Occupy Toronto protesters out of St. James Park

Curator picks for the perfect wall colour

Museum and art gallery curators know a thing or two about picking paint colours. The Guggenheim Museum has launched it's own paint lines.


e11even wins best washroom

”While it may not always be top of mind when dining, we feel that the restroom is an integral part of the overall design,” says e11even restaurant manager Steven Salm.

Accessorize your neck

Three stunning statement necklaces that will make you sparkle this season.

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Cruising the Danube through Hungary, Germany and Austria

Avoid the crowds and see Europe from the comfort of a river cruise ship on the beautiful Danube River

Get lost 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

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