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QUEEN CELEBRATES 60th ANNIVERSARY OF HER CORONATION

Queen Elizabeth II is escorted by the Dean of Westminster Abbey after a service to celebrate the 60th anniversary of her coronation at

Westminster Abbey in London today.

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OTTAWA BLOCKS TELUS

TAKEOVER OF MOBILICITY

OTTAWA – Ottawa is blocking a

$380-million deal to sell struggling

wireless upstart Mobilicity to

incumbent Telus Corp. and says it

will continue to prohibit spectrum

transfers that would limit competition

in the Canadian wireless

market.

Industry Minister Christian

Paradis said the government would

use all tools at its disposal to ensure

there are at least four wireless competitors

in every region of Canada.

Telus and Mobilicity had sought

an exception to a federal policy

that prevents a transfer of spectrum

from new, small carriers to

the large incumbents for at least

five years after the licences were

issued.

But Paradis’ strong language

suggests Telus would still have a

high bar to clear to obtain permission

for the purchase of Mobilicity’s

spectrum even after February 2014,

when the initial limitation expires.

Telus has warned that Mobilicity

won’t be able to survive without

financial help and that a deal with

the Vancouver-based company

would ensure Mobilicity customers

continue to receive service without

interruption.

“To say Mobilicity will be bankrupt,

I think it is not a foregone

conclusion,” Paradis responded at a

press conference this morning.

In 2008, when the government

last opened up new spectrum for

wireless operators, it set aside a

portion for new entrants in an effort

to establish competition for the

so-called big three – Bell, Rogers

and Telus.

While the policy attracted several

new players, most of the independent

carriers – operating the

Wind, Mobilicity and Public Mobile

networks – have struggled to make

money and are currently up for

sale.

Videotron, part of Quebecor, has

been more successful in the Quebec

market but Calgary-based Shaw

Communications decided against

using the spectrum it bought to

start up a new wireless business.

Paradis refused to acknowledge

that the government’s policy objective

failed, saying that since 2008,

consumers have seen the average

price for wireless services decline

by 18%.

“We will not allow this progress

to be lost or undermined,” he said.

“I will not hesitate to use any and

every tool at my disposal to support

greater competition in the market.”

To that end, Paradis said he will

postpone the next auction of 700

megahertz of spectrum – originally

slated for November – to

Jan. 14, 2014 in order for the industry

to adjust to the new policy

parameters.

The Canadian Press

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Victory Café, 581 Markham St.

Social entrepreneur and media

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June 11, 6:30 p.m.

MUSEUM

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1 cup dried chickpeas

1 small onion, diced

2 cloves garlic, minced

½ cup chopped fresh parsley

1 tbsp lemon juice

2 tsp ground cumin and

ground coriander

1½ tsp each salt, baking

powder and paprika

¼ tsp cayenne pepper

⅓ cup chickpea flour or

all-purpose flour

1 cup cooked and cooled

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½ cup vegetable oil

5 pita breads

2–3 tomatoes, thinly sliced

Half a cucumber, seeded and

thinly sliced

⅓ cup finely diced red onion

LEMON TAHINI SAUCE:

½ cup tahini

6 tbsp lemon juice

6 tbsp water

¼ tsp each salt, freshly ground

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In large bowl, pour cold water over chickpeas to cover

by 2 inches; let stand for at least 4 hours. Drain well. In

food processor, coarsely chop chickpeas, onion, garlic,

parsley, lemon juice, cumin, coriander, salt, baking

powder, paprika and cayenne, stopping to scrape down

sides once or twice. Add flour until blended, about 5 secs.

Add rice, pulsing just until incorporated. Let stand for 30

mins. Lemon Tahini Sauce: In small bowl, whisk tahini

with lemon juice until smooth. Whisk in enough water to

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flatten to ½-inch thickness. In batches, fry patties, turning

once, until golden brown and cooked through. Transfer

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each with 3 patties, some of the tomatoes and cucumber.

Drizzle with lemon tahini sauce; sprinkle with red onion.

Makes 10 servings. USA Rice Federation, www.riceinfo.com.

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NEWS IN BRIEF

MAN IN CRITICAL CONDITION AFTER NEWMARKET STABBING

A man is in critical condition in hospital after being stabbed

outside a Tim Hortons in Newmarket early Tuesday.

Police say the incident occurred around 3 a.m. (on Davis Drive

east of Yonge Street) after an argument broke out outside the

restaurant.

The dispute escalated and police say a man believed to be in

his 20s was stabbed in the abdomen.

No arrests have been made but police are searching for a

suspect wearing a black and red lumberjack-style jacket.

10,000 CANDLES IN THE WIND

Tens of thousands of people attend a candlelight vigil at Victoria Park in Hong Kong

today to mark the 24th anniversary of the June 4 Chinese military crackdown on the

pro-democracy movement in Beijing.

Kin Cheung / Asscoiated Press

OTTAWA TO CRACK DOWN ON

UNSAFE GOODS WITH BIG FINES

OTTAWA — The federal

government is going to impose

fines of up to $25,000

a day on companies that

don’t remove unsafe consumer

products from their

shelves.

Health Minister Leona

Aglukkaq is announcing

this morning that a company

that ignores government

orders and deadlines

to withdraw unsafe goods

will be handed a stiff fine.

Non-profits will face

daily penalties of about

$5,000, but other firms

NEW DELHI — An American

woman was gang-raped

Tuesday in the northern Indian

resort town of Manali,

police said.

The 30-year-old woman

was picked up early Tuesday

morning by men in a truck

as she was hitchhiking back

to her guest house after visiting

a friend, police officer

Sher Singh said.

The three men in the

truck then drove to a secluded

spot and raped her, he

said. She went to police and

they filed a rape case.

No arrests had been made

as of Tuesday afternoon,

Singh said.

Authorities issued an

alert for the three men and

set up roadblocks to check

any trucks leaving the town,

he said.

The reported rape came

after a Swiss tourist was

gang-raped in March while

on a cycling trip through

rural India. Six men were

arrested in that attack. In a

separate incident the same

month, a British woman

travelling in northern India

jumped out of the third-floor

window of her hotel room

fearing a sexual attack after

the hotel’s owner tried to

could face much higher

fines depending on their

track record.

However, Aglukkaq says

most companies voluntarily

comply with recalls.

Details of the penalty

regime were put before

the public in draft form

more than a year ago, but

are only being brought into

force now.

They are an addition to

the Consumer Products

Safety Act, which also

took years to wind its way

through the legislative process

because of criticism it

gave the minister too much

power in the commercial

affairs of small business.

“Canadian consumers

expect the products they

pick up on store shelves to

be safe for them and their

families,” Aglukkaq says.

“By introducing significant

fines for companies who

violate orders to recall unsafe

products, our government

is ensuring that companies

who break the law

will pay the price.”

The Canadian Press

AMERICAN GANG-RAPED IN INDIA: POLICE

force his way into the room.

The assaults come amid

heightened concern about

sexual assaults in India that

followed the fatal gang-rape

of a young woman on a moving

bus in New Delhi in December.

That rape sparked public

protests demanding better

protection for women.

In response, the government

passed a law increasing

prison terms for rape

and providing for the death

penalty in cases of rape that

result in death or leave the

victim in a coma.

The Associated Press

CLEANUP CONTINUES AFTER CP DERAILMENT NEAR SUDBURY

SUDBURY, Ont. — The cleanup continues after a CP freight train

derailment east of Sudbury.

Canadian Pacific says 11 rail cars on a 62-car train derailed on

Sunday on a trestle bridge near Wanup.

There were no injuries but the 11 cars were carrying 24

containers, and about half of them reached the Wahnapitae

River, prompting Sudbury officials to issue a drinking water

advisory.

CP has said packaged, off-the-shelf consumer products were

inside the containers and that its environmental experts have

been working with Sudbury officials to remove the last few

containers.

The Canadian Press

MAN DIES DURING ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS IN TURKEY

ANKARA, Turkey — A 22-year-old man died during an antigovernment

protest in a city near the border with Syria and

officials gave conflicting reports on what caused his death, as

hundreds of riot police backed by water cannons deployed

around the prime minister’s office in the capital today.

The Hatay province governor’s office said the man, Abdullah

Comert, died in a hospital after he was shot yesterday during

a demonstration in the city of Antakya. It suggested, however,

that he may have been shot by demonstrators trying to inflame

tensions, saying police had been fired on during the protest.

But the province’s chief prosecutor said that an autopsy showed

Comert received a blow to the head and there was no trace of a

gunshot wound.

BOLLYWOOD ACTRESS JIAH KHAN FOUND DEAD

NEW DELHI — Bollywood actress Jiah Khan has been found

dead at her home in Mumbai, police said Tuesday.

A police official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the

body of the 25-year-old actress was found in her apartment in

Mumbai’s Juhu neighbourhood late Monday.

Khan, whose real name was Nafisa Khan, was born in New

York and grew up in London before moving to Mumbai.

In her brief career she performed with other top Bollywood

stars, including Aamir Khan and Akshay Kumar.

Khan last appeared in the 2010 comedy Housefull, in which

she played a supporting role.

TEEN DROWNS WHILE TRYING TO SAVE 7-YEAR-OLD SISTER

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Authorities say a teenager has drowned in the

Niagara River in Buffalo while trying to save his 7-year-old sister

after she slipped into the water.

Local media outlets report that the 17-year-old boy jumped

into the river Monday afternoon as his younger sister was being

carried away by the swift current off an island in the river.

The teen managed to get the girl to shore where two older

sisters were standing, but he was swept downriver. The 13-yearold

sister jumped into the water to help her brother, but she also

struggled against the current.

That’s when fisherman Leonard Stevens jumped into the

water. He rescued the 13-year-old but the boy disappeared

under the surface. Police divers found his body about 45 minutes

later. Police haven’t released his name.

The Associated Press


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ENTERTAINMENT IN BRIEF

WEILAND SUES FORMER STONE TEMPLE PILOTS BANDMATES

LOS ANGELES — Scott Weiland has countersued his former

Stone Temple Pilots bandmates, saying they had no right to

expel him and shouldn’t be allowed to perform with a new

lead singer. Weiland’s suit was filed Friday in Los Angeles

Superior Court, one week after his former collaborators

sued to get him to stop using the band’s music in solo

performances. The singer’s case says the three other members

of Stone Temple Pilots had no right to oust him and are

damaging his solo career. He is seeking more than $5 million in

damages, although any award would have to be determined

by a judge or jury.

ZADORA ARRESTED AFTER TRYING TO SEND SON TO BED

LAS VEGAS — Singer-actress Pia Zadora was arrested at

her Las Vegas home over the weekend following a rapidly

escalating attempt to impose a bedtime on her teenage son.

The 61-year-old entertainer was arrested shortly before

noon Sunday. The spat, which ended with the one-time blond

bombshell scratching the faces of her 16-year-old son and

husband, began with her attempt to hustle her son to bed so

she could get some rest, according to a police report released

Monday. Zadora’s son was hanging out with her husband and

his son when she asked him to turn in. When he protested,

she sprayed him and his step-brother with a hose, according

to her statement to police.

She then began scratching and punching her husband,

Michael Jeffries, and his son as they tried to calm her down,

according to the 16-year-old’s statement to police.

The Associated Press

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE: Like Clockwork (Matador) 3.5/5

If the worst thing one can say of Like Clockwork is that it fails

to live up to the most optimistic expectations, well, that’s kind

of our fault. It’s still a perpetually entertaining, ballsy record

at a time when the world’s most popular “rock” group plays

a banjo.

Few will leave Like Clockwork feeling torn apart and

rearranged, as was the effect of 2002’s Songs for the Deaf and

its predecessor, 2000’s Rated R. But having gotten a lot older

and a little wiser, Josh Homme is apparently less interested

than his fans in turning back the clock.

CITY & COLOUR: The Hurry and the Harm (Dine Alone) 2.5/5

City & Colour’s only permanent member Dallas Green has a soft

falsetto singing voice that is serviceably beautiful but limited.

Even the gentlest music needs some emotional extremes,

and most of the time Green just sounds somewhere between

elation and sadness.

Most of his lyrics are fancy breakup metaphors, but whoever

most recently shared Green’s bed must not have been much of

a muse. “I don’t wanna be revolutionary, I’m just looking for

the sweetest melody” he admits on “Commentators.” If that’s a

preemptive response to criticism of his music, it’s tellingly limp.

JON HOPKINS: Immunity (Domino) 4/5

Since musicians started using computers to approximate

human feeling, a select few have excelled at making music that

sounds more human than what can be achieved with traditional

instruments. And if any electronic artist today possesses it, that

artist is certainly Jon Hopkins.

Following the pop-leaning King Creosote collaboration

Diamond Mine, Immunity is an instrumental yet deeply

emotional successor. It is divided into eight tracks, but works

very much as a continuous piece, with individual moments that

stand out more than songs themselves. True to the chemically

reactive cover art the smallest elements have the greatest

impact.


CELEBRITY STYLE

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Ariel Winter

Angelina Jolie

Michelle: The bright blue is a great shade for summer,

but I am not loving the nude pumps, Ariel. Sorry!

Rachelle: I agree. The blue is great and summer

appropriate, but I would rather have a brighter pump.

Michelle: For her first outing since announcing her

mastectomy, Jolie looks gorgeous and happy in this

custom-made Saint Laurent gown.

Rachelle: Angelia rocks this look on the carpet. Loving

the sheer detailing, which is stylishly on trend.

FrontRowMag.com’s Editorial Director Michelle Bilodeau

and Creative Director Rachelle Saevil weigh in on the latest red carpet

looks and determine whether celebs are sporting a HIT or a MISS.

Rose Byrne

Michelle: Fun and flirty, this dress by Emilio Pucci was

tailor-made for Rose. Super cute!

Rachelle: Rose looks stunning in this custom frock; I

love the little detailing around the edges.


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TORONTO BLUE JAYS

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BASEBALL EDITOR,

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Just about anything seemed

possible for the 2013 Toronto

Blue Jays after they re-built

their rotation by adding the

defending National League

Cy Young Award winner and

two former All-Stars.

Perhaps post-season baseball

would return to Toronto.

At the very least, Blue

Jays fans seemed likely to

have a competitive team

capable of providing intrigue

all season long.

No such luck. The Blue

Jays’ starting rotation has

the worst ERA in baseball

at 5.56. Injuries and poor

performances have plagued

Toronto’s starters all year

long, leading to the team’s

extremely disappointing

24-33 record.

Six Blue Jays have started

at least four times this year,

and just one of them –

injured left-hander J.A.

Happ – has an ERA below

5.00.

That Happ’s 4.91 ERA

leads the rotation can only

be discouraging for the

team’s decision makers.

As the Blue Jays’ chances

of reaching the postseason

continue to diminish, the

team faces short- and longterm

questions regarding its

suddenly vulnerable

rotation.

First, the Jays must find

a way to get quality innings

for the remainder of the season.

Even if they aren’t

headed for the playoffs, they

must improve.

Second, and perhaps more

important, they need to find

out if they can expect significant

improvement from a

similar group in 2014 and

beyond, or if another overhaul

will be required.

@bnicholsonsmith

HALL OF FAMER DEACON JONES DEAD AT 74

David “Deacon” Jones, the

original sackmaster, has died.

The Hall of Fame defensive

end credited with coining the

word “sack” for how he

knocked down quarterbacks,

was 74. The Washington

Redskins said that Jones died

of natural causes at his home

in Southern California last

night.

“Deacon Jones was one of

the greatest players in NFL

history. Off the field, he was

a true giant,” said Redskins

general manager Bruce Allen,

whose father, George, coached

Jones with the Los Angeles

Rams. “His passion and spirit

will continue to inspire those

who knew him. He was a

cherished member of the Allen

family and I will always

consider him my big brother.”

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DON’T WORRY, SHE’S FLEXIBLE

Russia’s Svetlana Kuznetsova slips on the clay as she plays

Serena Williams during their quarter-final match at the French

Open today in Paris. Williams won 6-1, 3-6, 6-3.

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FARWELL’S 411

MIKE FARWELL IS THE MORNING SPORTSCASTER ON

PENS IN TOUGH

There’s more math working against the Pittsburgh Penguins than

just the zero points put up by Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin so

far in their series with Boston. NHL teams who go up 2-0 in a

best-of-seven series on the road have an all-time record of 62-18

in those series’. That’s a .775 winning percentage or, viewed

another way, means the team in Pittsburgh’s position has come

back just 22% of the time.

A CLEAR VIEW

The NHL’s competition committee gets together today for the first

time since the new CBA was signed. Visors will be a hot topic after

general managers suggested they’d be in favour of a rule making

the protection mandatory for rookies. The Players’ Association has

conducted a poll on the idea and if enough players vote yes, a rule

could be in place for next season. However, the visor rule would be

grandfathered into the league and the shields would not be

mandatory for current players.

@farwell590

Because sacks didn’t

become an official statistic

until 1982, Jones’ total is

uncertain. His impact as a

premier pass rusher and team

leader is not.

Jones was the leader of the

Rams’ Fearsome Foursome

unit from 1961-71 and then

played for San Diego for two

seasons before finishing his

career with the Redskins in

1974. He was inducted into

the Pro Football Hall of Fame

in 1980 and made the league’s

75th anniversary all-time

squad.

“Deacon Jones has been

the most inspirational person

in my football career,” said

former teammate and fellow

Hall of Famer Jack

Youngblood.

The Associated Press

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CANADIAN DOLLAR

Tuesday open

+ 96.94¢ (-0.36¢)

TRADE DEFICIT

April: StatsCan

$567M

U.S. TRADE DEFICIT

April

$40.3M (+8.5%)

For the latest in business news go to financialpost.com

or pick up the National Post each morning for full FP coverage.

STOCK SNAPSHOT

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BOMBARDIER, INC. (BBD.B) — TSX

YEAR TO DATE

(+) 26.6%

CURRENT PRICE

$4.78

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TOUGH AS NAILS

An Indian labourer carries nails produced at a nail production unit in Tripura, India, today.

India’s economy expanded at its slowest pace in a decade last fiscal year, adding to pressure

on the government to speed up economic reforms.

Abhisek Saha / Associated Press

CP Rail downgraded on Pershing sale

By SCOTT DEVEAU

scdeveau@nationalpost.com

The decision by Bill

Ackman’s Pershing Square

Capital Management LP to

sell a portion of its stake

in CP Railway led to a

downgrade of the railway’s

shares today by Walter

Spracklin, RBC Capital

Markets analyst.

Pershing Square said late

Monday it planned to sell up

to 7 million of its shares, or

roughly 30% of its holdings,

in CP over the next six to 12

months.

The move comes after

CP’s shares more than

tripled their value since the

New York hedge fund took

its initial stake in the railway

in September 2011.

Pershing Square said CP

currently accounts for 26%

of its total assets, and that it

was now prudent to sell off

some of its stake. The sale

will bring the hedge fund’s

ownership position at the

railway to just below 10%,

from 14.2% today.

Spracklin said he believed

Pershing Square’s decision

to sell part of it stake may

mark a shift in the company’s

holders from momentumdriven

catalyst investors

to longer-term holders as

other investors “take some

money off the table.”

He also noted that by

reducing its holdings below

the 10% threshold, it would

offer Pershing Square

more latitude in reporting

future divestitures, if that

is its intention. “We believe

(CP) has made significant

and important strides in

improving its operations,

and we believe there is still

more to come. However, a

share price that builds in

realistic expectations for

this improvement in our

view would be below $110,”

he said in a note to clients.

He said he be believed the

railway should be able to

produce earnings per share

growth of 21% annually to

2016, and that it will achieve

its operating goals of a mid-

60s operating ratio by 2016.

Financial Post

Bombardier secures $221M electric train order in Germany

BERLIN – Bombardier Transportation has won a $221 million

(U.S.) order to supply electric trains in Germany.

The German subsidiary of the British National Express

Group ordered 35 Talent 2 trains for regional service.

In addition to the purchase price, the buyer will also buy

spare parts.

A consortium of National Express and IntEgro Verkehr won a

Europe-wide tender to operate two rail lines providing service

in Bonn, Cologne, Wuppertal, Hagen Hamm, Munster and

Rheine in December 2015 Bombardier will supply three- and

five-car trains that can travel up to 160 km/h.

The air-conditioned trains will have first- and second-class

seating. Bombardier Transportation is the Berlin-based rail

manufacturing division of Bombardier Inc. Together with its

aerospace group, the Montreal-based company has about

$16.8 billion of annual revenues.

Trade deficit up to $567M in April: StatsCan

OTTAWA Statistics Canada says merchandise imports rose 1.2%

in April, while exports edged down 0.2%, pushing the trade

deficit with the world to $567 million from $3 million in March.

The agency says imports rose for a fourth consecutive

month to a record high of $40.8 billion, led by energy

products, motor vehicles and parts and metal ores and nonmetallic

minerals.

Exports edged down to $40.3 billion, with decreases in

metal ores and non-metallic minerals, energy products and

industrial machinery, equipment and parts partly offset by a

large increase in metals and non-metallic mineral products.

Imports from the United States increased 1.9% to a record

high of $26.2 billion, while exports to the United States grew

1.8% to $30.1 billion.

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Fika Cafe, the Swedish-inspired spot from

Nikki Leigh McKean and husband Victor

Barry (Splendido, County General),

opened this week on Kensington Avenue,

serving up a selection of coffees, sandwiches

and pastries.

Taking a cue from the siesta-style tradition

of taking fika (a small coffee break

with sweets) at various junctures throughout

the day, McKean has created a spot for

people to grab a quick bite and escape

for a few minutes. She told me that she

studied for a year in Sweden, and the idea

of bringing the culture of ceremonious

break-taking to Canada has been a dream

of hers for years.

The space, designed by Sarah Callanan,

is extremely clean and bright. Caesarstone

tables and a tasteful mixture of whites,

greys, and blues leave the cafe uncluttered,

though small touches can be found

everywhere once we start looking around.

Behind the bar is a collection of vintage

teacups used in McKean and Barry’s wedding,

and a restrained display of exposed

beams and brickwork accent, rather than

dominate, the space.

The front patio is finished, but the

work for a back patio and studio/meeting

room/communal table in the back of

the house are still underway. It’s a lovely

area, and, once finished, should make for

an attractive getaway from the bustle of

the market, as well as doubling the squarefootage

currently available.

Coffee comes locally from Pilot Coffee

Roasters, with double shots of espresso

loaded into every drink. We visited on

a hot day, so we ordered an iced coffee

($4.25), topped with a sprig of mint. The

baristas are friendly, enthusiastic, and fuss

over the smallest details in the drink.

The pastries are crafted at Splendido,

though the sandwiches are built to order.

CUISINE:

Sandwiches

NEIGHBOURHOOD:

Kensington Market

INSPIRATION:

Sweden

The Mortadella Sandwich ($7.50) is gorgeous.

A fat stack of thinly sliced meat

is panini-pressed between two slices of

Splendido’s potato bread.

The Smoked Salmon ($7.50) is served

open-face as a smorgasbord, layered with

picked red onions, radishes, and pickled

cucumbers.

The Chocolate Tart ($4.75) is as decadent

as you would expect from the Splendido

crew, tasting like a Snack Pack with a

perfect buttery crust. The Chocolate-Chip

Cookie ($2.50) is worth every penny: soft

and moist beyond belief. The jumbo-sized

Salted Caramel Macaroon ($3), however,

is worth the trip alone.

Too hot of a day Not to worry, the Ice

Cream Sandwich ($4.50) is comprised of

a tart and sweet lemon compote and vanilla

bean ice cream, nestled between two

delectable pistachio cookies.

A blind taste test would render it easy

to imagine the place as a sibling restaurant

to Barry’s main spot, The County General,

but in reality the cafe hosts a completely

different atmosphere and design ethic

that stands it apart. Airy and peaceful, our

quick visit soon transformed into the best

part of an afternoon. I’ll be going back for

the mortadella sandwiches, but I can easily

see this space becoming a regular reststop

from navigating the Market throng

on a weekend.


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GREEK ROCK STAR

By KELLY DINARDO

For years, travelling to the fortified Greek village of

Monemvasia (literally “single entrance”) required a

cumbersome drive from Athens to an imposing rock

jutting off the tip of the Peloponnesus peninsula. “It’s a

bit of a scandal for a former naval city not to have good

transport by sea,” says historian Hans Kalligas. Now a

resurrected ferry service from Athens’ port of Piraeus is

signalling a new era of smooth sailing in a country fretted

by troubled economic waters. Founded by 6th-century

Spartans fleeing invaders, the “Gibraltar of the East”

(as it’s sometimes called) makes an authentic refuge.

Access isn’t the only bright spot. Visitors meander

through narrow cobblestoned streets around a main

square and church, where a significant Byzantine

icon of Christ’s crucifixion, stolen 30 years ago, was

recently returned. During Orthodox Easter, on May

5 this year, residents burned a mock Judas in effigy.

And in the deserted upper town, a trail leads hikers

past ancient ruins, including Hagia Sophia, a rare octagonal

church. Some 182 metres below the rock’s formidable

peak, swimmers in the sparkling turquoise

Myrtoan Sea find another highlight: the view up.

National Geographic Traveler

Photo provided by National Geographic

The 12th-century

Agia Sofia church

remains a lookout

for Monemvasia.


SHOUT OUTS

Just when you think you’ve seen it all.

I stumble across a guy on the GO with his shoes

and socks off digging at his gnarly toenails with

a paper clip! Yes, I told him it was disgusting.

Psycho Myko

Due to our last email exchange, it wouldn’t be

wise for me to make the first move. And we

probably have nothing to talk about unless

one of our two stories has changed. If you

are sincere about wanting to talk, approach

me when you see me, or email me when and

where to meet you to talk.

I envision one day that Canada will have a

non-white PM in the next decade, whether it

be black, South Asian or East Asian primarily

of Chinese descent or Vietnamese, Korean,

Philipino, etc. So who’s with me on that one

Da Black Prophet

Haven’t seen you in a couple days, I hope

the reason you’re not smiling is the Monday

morning blues. You look great with your hair

down (pretty blond on the 0727 LSE-Bronte).

Fun n romantic guy downtown train

looking for sweet female for romance!

singleguyintoronto@hotmail.com

Saw you again getting on train on Friday. Do

you want to sit together one day You met

me when we had to walk downstairs to get to

Milton line at union.

Pair of women’s sunglasses seeking their

rightful owner! Found on Thursday at Union

Station, in the evening. I have returned them

to the GO Lost and Found. I hope that they get

back to their owner who is obviously a fashion

gal :) Provide description to GO Lost & Found

to claim them. -FinderNotKeeper

To WHEELEDBAGS writer – while I can

understand your frustration at people using

wheeled bags, did you ever stop to think of

why they may need to use them I use one

because I need to bring home my laptop and

various files and folders on a daily basis. I

would carry these, but I was in a car accident

a few years ago and severely injured my back.

Hence, doctor’s orders are to try to minimize

excess lifting. Carrying a bag full of a laptop,

files and lunch is too heavy for my shoulder.

I’m sure most other people who use them

do so for similar reasons. So I’m sorry if we

inconvenience you, just be thankful you

are healthy and able to carry a bag without

wheeling it!

I’d like sent this Bday Shout Out to my

wonderful Cousin Marija ... I hope your day

brought you smiles, laughter and wine ... lots

and lots of wine.

GET YOUR DAILY SHOUT OUTS

ON OUR IPHONE AND ANDROID APPS

If by talking you mean sending S/O’s then yes,

you’re right. If you want to talk in person simply

walk over, sit down and say hi. Otherwise I too

will bid you goodbye and wish that you be well.

Found a red Kobo touch reader in a red hard

case with black elastic closure on the GT line

Friday morning – you must have lost it on the

way home Turning it into GO Lost and Found

as soon as we get to Union, hope you get it

back :)

So I’m walking across Bloor West to

the subway and I see this man dancing

on the sidewalk. Overturned felt hat

at his feet. He’s got a radio playing calypso

tunes. I’m feeling it and bobbin’

my head as I get close. He looks at me

and says, “You got the rhythm, man,

accept it, embrace it!” I say, “I’ve got

no rhythm and no voice, I can’t dance

worth anything.” He says, “Follow me,

I’ll go slow, watch what I do, and every

man got a voice.” Next thing I know,

I’m dancing on Bloor and “boy got the

rhythm now!” I love this City.

–PrinceCharming

Submit your Shout Out to

shoutout@tonightnewspaper.com

To Wheelie Bag responder – although your

story is touching and my sincerest sympathies

go to you and others who are unable to lift

heavy items, this is still not an excuse for most

wheeliebag users’ lack of consideration for the

general public. The fact that you have a medical

condition does not give you any right to own the

PATH with your wheelie bag taking out any and

all innocent commuters in your way. Try and be

a little more aware of your surroundings and the

people around you before plowing through a

crowd. – Still annoyed.

Ladies, I hear you BADGER your husbands and

kids from work. They’ll get through their day just

fine! Let go....

Nice meeting you Natya, would love to talk more.

I agree that those Wheelie Bags are annoying

and a safety hazard, and should be banned

from the GO at rush hour. I’m sick and tired

of tripping over them in the aisle, and when

I get off, all the way through the PATH. Why

do you need them anyway Do you bring

BONUS SHOUT OUTS DAILY

at tonightnewspaper.com and

on our iPhone and Android apps

everything you own to work every day If you

must bring them, please be considerate and

keep them out of the aisles and don’t encroach

on my footspace by putting them in front of

your seat. Put them under the seat! Also, stop

slumping in your seat so that there is no room

for anyone to sit across from you – you’re not

at home.

prettiest girl, if you saw me on Thursday,

tell me where I was sitting. email me at

charmedbyyoursmile@gmail.com

Asian lady, divorced, 40+ years old, good

looking, look very young. Looking for a kind,

honest relationship person. Please email:

labcde724@yahoo.com. Thank you.

Shout Out to all of the kind people on the TTC

Thursday morning who helped me out when I

was experiencing an impromptu panic attack. It

was the first time in all my 23 years of existence

that I had ever had a moment like that, and

everybody did a fantastic job ensuring I had

a seat, I was comfortable, and I was okay until

the train pulled into the next station. (No alarms

pulled! Yay!) It always leaves me in awe when

Torontonians come together to help one of

their own. The tunnel between Summerhill and

Rosedale stations will now hold a special place

in my heart! :)

To TiredofYourComplaining, it is the courtesy

of GO transit setting up a “QUIET ZONE” for

riders enjoying a bit of peace after a long day

work. Riders like you have the right to move to

lower level to socialize. You can ask GO Transit

to shut down the Quiet Zone to accommodate

you. Otherwise, you should respect the right of

fellow riders who want to have a peaceful ride

in a “Quiet Zone”. I wish we at LSW would have a

“Quiet Zone” like the Barrie line!

Hey you, playing card games with your friends on

the 5:05 Barrie train from Union!! Can I join as

well – D&Dgirl

I took to Customer Services Union Station a “tab”

found in the Go Train arriving from Lakeshore

East last Friday at around 4:45 p.m. I hope the

owner will be reunited with his/her tab. MN

She was smiling while texting on Thursday

morning Milton line. I was sitting opposite side

of you and wanted to talk to you but could not.

Looking very beautiful.

OK I have to comment on last night’s insane

episode of Game of Thrones. SPOILER ALERT!!

How does HBO expect to keep viewership when

it just goes ahead and kills off half the cast I

think I’ve 100 percent lost interest in watching

any further. Sad because it was a good show.

double fez

TUESDAY XXX NIGHT

04.06.2013 X.X.2013 P. 14 xx

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SHOULD I GET OUT

OF BED TOMORROW

ACROSS

1. Euphoric

4. Business owner’s aim

10. Port city in France

11. Inuit lodge

12. White heron

13. Slippery

14. Butterfly type

19. Ignite, as passion

21. Field game

23. Garden bulb

24. Idle fancy

25. Big name in animation

26. Waste conduit

DOWN

2. Loathe

3. Crucial

5. Side dish in India

6. Juliet of the Spirits director

7. Mason’s tool

8. Visitor from afar

9. Kindness

15. Breakfast choice

16. Rotary engine

17. Spurned

18. Rock rabbit

20. Orchard tree

22. Honkers

THURSDAY’S ANSWERS

TODAY’S CELEBRITY

BIRTHDAYS

MATCH THE PERSON

TO THEIR AGE

*ANSWERS AT BOTTOM OF PAGE

AL B. SURE!

ANGELINA JOLIE

NOAH WYLE

BRUCE DERN

RUSSELL BRAND

HORATIO SANZ

AGES:

38, 45, 38,

77, 42, 44

ARIES: With acceptance of

unexpected changes comes joy. Try

to remain in balance – it’s not easy.

TAURUS: Financial increase is

possible within weeks. Make a wish

for a troubled loved one.

GEMINI: Be proud to maintain your

integrity. Delete pointless messages.

CANCER: An expected agreement

may be cancelled. Your stress meter

is running at top speed.

LEO: Reality is best for vitality.

Worry will be erased by a kind

comment.

VIRGO: Call a forgiving person. Put

life on hold and reach out.

LIBRA: A loud man makes you

laugh. Speak the truth and insist

that others do the same.

SCORPIO: Untrustworthy people

discover a weakness. Tasks will

increase if time is wasted.

SAGITTARIUS: An unstable friend

breathes fiery words. Heartrending

adjustments must be made.

CAPRICORN: Avoid bad timing

when showing amusement. A

troublemaker is really telling the

horrid truth.

AQUARIUS: Don’t waste time on

keeping secrets. Prevent a disaster

with a clear-headed effort.

PISCES: An untamed male appears

to be playful. Show concern to

reach a compromise. Avatar Venus

GUESS ANGELINA JOLIE’S

NET WORTH

A. $60 MILLION

B. $120 MILLION

C. $240 MILLION

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Crossword

ACROSS

1 Signature pieces

5 Gets outta there fast

11 “The Purloined Letter” writer

14 Song heard at 15-Across

15 Manhattan cultural landmark

16 Finale

17 *Triumphs, but barely

19 Moonshine holder

20 Natural seasoning

21 *First capital of California

23 Boom’s opposite on Wall

Street

25 Regatta implement

26 Family chain with a Grand

Slam breakfast

30 List shortcut: Abbr.

33 Belfry occupants

36 African antelope

37 Baseball catcher’s stance

39 It might be given to a waiter or

a police investigator

40 What’s odd about the ends of

the answers to the four starred

clues

43 Core component of a PC

44 Little doll

45 Bacon of “Mystic River”

46 Spice’s cousin

48 Subj. for some green card

holders

49 Hate with a passion

50 Meas. of brain activity

52 Big do

54 *Nonfatal amount of radiation,

say

58 Botch

63 A Gershwin

64 *Huckster’s pitch

66 Silent ___ (White House

nickname)

67 Shape of many a ski chalet

68 Part of a.m.

69 Animal roaming the Rockies

70 Shopaholics’ hangouts

71 Ivan the Terrible, for one

DOWN

1 What dogs “shake hands” with

2 Lake ___, 1813 battle site

3 Ship of 1492

4 Bratty talk

5 Phonograph needle

6 Schmoozes

7 Stimpy’s TV pal

8 Half of an old radio comedy

duo

9 Small plateau

10 Pro at shorthand

11 Disparaging

C O S M O S M I S F I T

C A S T I L L O A P I E C E

O C C A S I O N D O N N E D

W H A T S O P E R A D O C

S E R E H E M E M S

H R O S S P E R O T

G M C P E A R L U A N A

A I R P O R T S E C U R I T Y

B L A B S E X A M L Y S

L O B S T E R P O T

E S A S O L G E L T

P R E S T O C H A N G E O

I M P A L A W H O C A R E S

C A L M L Y S A U N T E R S

C R E P E S W R E S T S

THURSDAY’SANSWERS

12 Unpleasant duty

13 Periphery

18 Nickname of Haiti’s Duvalier,

ousted in 1986

22 Quick punch

24 Margarita need

26 Dame Judi of film

27 Get right to the honeymoon,

say

28 Activity led by a park ranger,

perhaps

29 Opposite of SSE

31 Something whistled

32 Rogue

34 Polynesian carvings

35 Utterly exhausted

37 Teetotalers they’re not

38 “Eat in” alternative

41 Mystery novelist Grafton

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16

17 18 19

20 21 22

42 Tennis judge’s cry

47 River bottom

49 Unmanned aircraft

51 “The Naked Maja” and other

paintings

53 “Hot” lover

54 Itchy dog’s woe

55 Spoken

23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

36 37 38 39

40 41 42

43 44 45

46 47 48 49

50 51 52 53

54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62

63 64 65

66 67 68

69 70 71

56 Tenderhearted

57 Continental coin

59 Venetian blind section

60 Immense time spans

61 Org. with a national center

named for Billie Jean King

62 Equal

65 “Wheels”

Puzzle by Lynn Lempel, edited by Will Shortz

Net Worth Answer: B.

Birthday Answers: Bruce Dern, 77, Al B. Sure!, 45, Horatio Sanz, 44, Noah Wyle, 42, Russell Brand, 38, Angelina Jolie, 38


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