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article imageTopFinds: The threat of farmed salmon; Sweden's 'river of blood'

By Michael Thomas     May 24, 2014 in Internet
The potential threat of farmed salmon on the wild counterparts. A family finds out it's sharing a home with 50,000 bees. Sweden encounters a scary river of blood. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.
As we do every week, we've collected the top news stories and compiled them on one page. Digital Journalists reported on fascinating food and health news, interviewed some unique people and more.
We also highlight some of the major topics Digital Journalists have been covering recently. Note you can see the trending topics at the top of any page on our news network, in the black bar.

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Review: ‘Salmon in the Sea’ — Is farmed salmon a threat to wild salmon? (Includes first-hand account) by Igor I. Solar
A recent segment of CBS’ “60 Minutes” focuses on the positive and adverse aspects of salmon farming, potential threats of this activity to wild salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest, and comparative facets of salmon products for the consumer.
Restaurant Gariful owner Ivan Gospodnetic talks tourism, luxury (Includes interview and first-hand account) by Paul Bradbury
Ivan Gospodnetic, owner of Croatia's most luxurious Restaurant Gariful, talks to Digital Journal about fish, branding, celebrities and the direction of Hvar tourism.
Review: Danielle Bradbery delights on 'Young in America' music video (Includes first-hand account) by Markos Papadatos
Country darling Danielle Bradbery posted the music video for her new single "Young in America" on May 16 on her YouTube channel.
Party or cultural tourism: A Hvar Town councillor speaks (Includes first-hand account) by Paul Bradbury
On the eve of a first year in office, Digital Journal meets Hvar Town councillor Katia Zaninovic Dawnay to find out more of the political and tourist direction of Croatia's premier island.
George Boosalis talks about new technology product Exofab (Includes interview) by Markos Papadatos
George Boosalis is the Vice President of Exofab. It is a leading developer and manufacturer of specially designed guards for device protection with the use of innovative materials.

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Joseph Shoemaker and his wife Mackenzie are the owners of the Sonoma location at 711 Broadway. It re...
Joseph Shoemaker and his wife Mackenzie are the owners of the Sonoma location at 711 Broadway. It replaces a similar coffee venue that was there previously. Yet, Shoemaker said customers can expect high quality and exceptionally roasted coffee made fresh each day.

In the Media

Fans react to title of new Batman–Superman movie by Mathew Wace Peck
Fans have reacted negatively to the official title for the upcoming Warner Bros. "Man of Steel" sequel, expected to be released in 2016.
Kitchener, Ont. family shocked at sharing home with 50,000 bees by Anne Sewell
A family in Kitchener, Ont., Canada had absolutely no idea what was sharing their home, until one family member was stung by a bee. Turns out there were thousands of honeybees living in their walls.
Kawasaki Disease – an ill wind that blows nobody any good? by Martin Laine
A new study suggests that the cause of Kawasaki Disease, which affects thousands of children every year, may be carried along by winds from a farming region of China.
Video of Black Bear mom rescuing her cub from highway traffic by Marcus Hondro
A video of a black bear mother rescuing her cub from highway traffic in British Columbia is getting lots of online attention. The cub wandered out to the side of a highway in the Kootenay National Park and looked to be in trouble - until mom came along.
Miner trapped for 17 years found in China - Hoax by William Suphan
While excavating a gallery, workers opened an abandoned mine and found a miner who had survived there since a collapse in 1997.
Jackie Evancho to play at the 2014 National Memorial Day Concert by Markos Papadatos
Teen music sensation Jackie Evancho will play at the 2014 National Memorial Day Concert on May 25. It will air live on PBS from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
Italian tourists paying Kenyan children to have sex with dogs by Brett Wilkins
The picture-postcard Kenyan beach resort of Malindi is hiding a terrible secret. Girls and boys, some of them not yet teenagers, are being sexually exploited by tourists, many of them older Italian men who pay them to have sex, sometimes with dogs.
Corpses pile up in Madrid University 'Chamber of Horrors' by Anne Sewell
Many people donate their corpses to science in Spain these days in order to avoid funeral costs. It turns out they are now piling up in a basement at the Complutense University, like something out of a horror television show.
Women sleeping with priests urge Pope to lift marriage ban by Eric Morales
A renewed light has shone on the issue of celibacy within the Catholic Church as Pope Francis receives a letter urging him to allow priests to have sex and marry.
Pope Francis waves from the top of the stairs leading to the plane as he leaves to his trip to the H...
Pope Francis waves from the top of the stairs leading to the plane as he leaves to his trip to the Holy Land on May 24, 2014
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New ‘Heartland’ disease emerges in U.S. Midwest by Tim Sandle
A rare viral infection has emerged in the central U.S. The virus causes fever, a drop in the blood’s infection-fighting white cells and a reduction in the blood’s clot-making platelets.
Sweden’s river of blood investigated by Martin Laine
Like a scene from some horror movie, a stream in the Swedish town of Skovde ran red with blood for a while two weeks ago.
Fifth Harmony to play New York shows in June by Markos Papadatos
All-female pop quintet Five Harmony are on their "5th Times a Charm" North American headlining tour, which started on May 3 in Valdosta, Georgia.
New finds indicate tantric worship in South India 2000 years ago by Sravanth Verma
New archaeological evidence indicates that the Satavahana kings who ruled parts of South India between the 3rd century BCE and 3rd century CE, practised Tantric worship. Earlier studies suggested that this region was a Buddhist site.
NatWest T20 Blast 2014 squads & teams announced by Zed Dav
The first ever edition of the NatWest T20 Blast will be played from today onward in the UK and the teams squads for all the 18 counties have been announced.

Power Users

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  2. Tim Sandle
  3. Markos Papadatos
  4. Marcus Hondro
  5. Igor I. Solar
  6. Anne Sewell
  7. Ken Hanly
  8. Karen Graham
  9. Larry Clifton
  10. Mathew Wace Peck
  11. Nathan Salant
  12. Paul Iddon
  13. Paul Bradbury
  14. Can Tran
  15. Brett Wilkins
  16. Steve K
  17. Martin Laine
  18. Larry Seely
  19. Paula Kirman
  20. James Walker
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