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SCHOOLS, Colleges, Universities, Registrations, Lessons, Seminars, Examinations, Sep 05, 2011

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THE TORONTO STAR - Sports, Business, Entertainment, Canada, World, Breaking, Sep 05, 2011


LIVING | FOOD

D.C. eatery bans mobile devices while Toronto chefs welcome them

Next to his knives, tasting spoons and seasonings is chef Jason Bangerter’s iPhone. Even amidst the commotion and clamour of a bustling kitchen, he finds the time to check his Twitter account regularly.
Flashing cameras and beeping phones are not OK at Rogue 24 in Washington. Dinner, they say, is a sacred time (8)

NEWS | WORLD

Happy Feet coaxed from cage, released into Antarctic Ocean

Happy Feet is released into the ocean south of New Zealand on Sunday.
He needed a little push before speeding down a makeshift slide. Once in the water, he popped his head up for one last look. And then he was gone.(9)

NEWS | GTA

Rush to build bike trails results in a major disconnect

Keith Gray navigates his bike down a new section of the Gatineau Hydro Corridor bike path at Scarborough Golf Club Rd. and Ellesmere Rd.
It’s amazing what Toronto can do when there’s money at stake. (5)

SPORTS | BLUE JAYS

Sunday defeat caps forgettable weekend for the Jays

Brett Cecil reacts as Brett Gardner runs home after batter Derek Jeter hit a three-run home run in the third inning of Sunday's game.
Jose Bautista’s league-leading 40th home run was the only bright spot on Sunday afternoon. (30)

MONEYVILLE | SAVING

The best free software for students

There are hundreds of free programs online that are useful for students. You might be surprised at how good they are. (3)

MONEYVILLE | BUDGETING

How much do you need to retire? Check online

You don’t need to buy expensive software to help you plan how much you need to retire. It’s all available online. (1)

HEALTHZONE | DIET & FITNESS

At 87, Weight Watchers founder keeps pounds off

Jean Nidetch, founder of Weight Watchers, is shown at her home in Parkland, Fla. fifty years after she started the international weight loss group.
Jean Nidetch says she still lives by most of the ideals she espoused when she started the international weight loss group 50 years ago at her home. (0)

ENTERTAINMENT

Ouzounian in London: Kevin Spacey a stunning Richard III

Kevin Spacey as Richard III in London.
Oscar-winning actor leads his Old Vic company to triumph in Shakespeare’s play. (0)

MONEYVILLE | REALESTATE

The $36,000 back-to-school condo question

Four years of out-of-town university living is about $36,000. With mortgage rates at historic lows is it worth buying your student a condo? Moneyville...(0)

YOURHOME | REAL ESTATE

Aaron: The importance of reviewing condo floor plans

A Superior Court decision released last month underscores the importance of reviewing condo floor plans before completing the purchase of a unit.(1)

MONEYVILLE | FEATURES

Roseman: Dragons’ Den star takes risk with new TV show

Brett Wilson, a Calgary tycoon who starred in the Dragons’ Den, will turn around business deals in 30 days on a new reality series. (0)

NEWS | CANADA

Scandal-tainted Strauss-Kahn returns home to uncertain future

Smiling and waving silently, he stepped off an Air France flight Sunday at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport. (6)

WHEELS

Toronto motorcyclist's close call down in Mexico

Wheels contributor Greg Vaccher describes a close call he had while riding his motorcycle through Mexico.

NEWS | CANADA

Petting your dog while driving? That will cost you $172 in Alberta

As the list of driving distractions gets longer, laws are getting tougher throughout the country. (9)

NEWS | GTA

Busting their (lamb) chops: Rodeo for kids at the Port Perry fair

There's no telling if Kaden Muir is counting sheep as he takes a little snooze under his ovine mount at the Port Perry fair Sunday.
A flash of fleece and it's all over for mutton-busters in Port Perry's family rodeo, held at the Labour Day weekend fall fair. (1)

NEWS | TRANSPORTATION

Monorail! Could Disney dream be Toronto’s reality?

Las Vegas Monorail passes by MGM Grand in Las Vegas,in this file photo.
Kim Pedersen was only a boy in 1959, the year Walt Disney unveiled a monorail at its first theme park, instantly turning its people mover into an...(2)

NEWS | CRIME

Police warn of man exposing himself

Police are warning of a potential sex offender in the Kipling and Steeles Aves. area.

SPORTS | SOCCER

Kelly: Euro soccer championship always lives up to billing

Even more than the Olympics or the Super Bowl, the Euro is a truly global event that never disappoints. (6)

PARENTCENTRAL | BABIES & PREGNANCY

Mother uses loss to warn others of FASD danger

Brenda Reid's 24-year-old adopted son, who had fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, died this summer following a drinking episode. She wants to get the message out about the tragedy inherent in this condition which is totally preventable. (0)

NEWS | CANADA

Tim Harper: NDP council must decide — what would Jack want?

The NDP's governing council must tread carefully when it meets this week. Its decisions have never carried more weight. (26)

NEWS | CANADA

Ontario is losing a trove of political talent in departing MPPs

There are 20 MPPs who will not be returning to Queen's Park after the Oct. 6 election. (32)

WHEELS

Buick's new Regal goes for glory

As one time, Buick was a powerhouse. But it eventually faded into boring mediocrity. All of that changes with this fall's release of the Regal GS.

WHEELS

What to watch for on the road now that school’s back

Our driving scene is about to change again. It's that time of year when our youngsters will be heading back to school.

OPINION | EDITORIALOPINION

Mallick: Live free, ride hard . . . and maybe die

Cyclists have no business on the sidewalk, as the death of a North York man sadly reminds us.(30)

ENTERTAINMENT

Salem: Taking a look at what’s on TV Monday nights this fall

The Shannon family: from left, Jason O'Mara, Landon Liboiron, Naomi Scott, Alana Mansour and Shelley Conn.
Spielberg’s Terra Nova leads the list of new and returning shows. (0)

SPECIAL

Is it a talent? A feeling? Tell us what you're thankful for

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We're asking Canadians of all ages and walks of life to document a part of their lives and share it with us for a documentary film. (32)

Features »

George Clooney, U2 and Ryan Gosling are on the star-studded guest list for next month's Toronto International Film Festival. Festival co-director Cameron Bailey says it's an exciting lineup of films and celebrities.

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