TopFinds: Four Seasons' new flagship, autumn leaves in pictures

Posted Oct 13, 2012 by Chris Hogg
BBC's film crew was arrested for sneaking into Area 51.The Four Seasons launches a new flagship hotel in Toronto. And Janet Jackson is engaged. These are the top stories on Digital Journal.
The ribbon has been cut at Four Seasons Toronto in Yorkville
The ribbon has been cut at Four Seasons Toronto in Yorkville
Photo by Digital Journal
As we do every week, we've collected the top news stories and compiled them on one page. Digital Journalists reported on the latest travel, entertainment and world news.
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Top Digital Journal Reports

Protesters storm Marineland and shut down dolphin show (Includes interview) by Elizabeth Batt
A massive protest against Marineland in Niagara Falls yesterday attracted hundreds of protesters opposing recent claims of animal abuse. Some of them stormed the dolphin show, shutting it down.
Review: Sister Act offers divine fun (Includes first-hand account) by Cate Kustanczy
Sister Act, the musical based on the 1992 movie, opened in Toronto as part of a national tour following its Broadway run. It's a fun-filled spectacle that cleverly riffs on classic dance tunes while keeping the mood light-hearted.
Inside the new Four Seasons Toronto
Inside the new Four Seasons Toronto
Photo by Digital Journal
Toronto's stylish new Four Seasons hotel opens its doors (Includes interview and first-hand account) by David Silverberg
Four Seasons Toronto is the latest design gem to make its mark in Canada's busiest city. The Yorkville hotel features 259 rooms (all outfitted with iPads), the largest spa of any Four Seasons property and star chef Daniel Boulud's new restaurant.
Scientists: New GMO wheat may 'silence' vital human genes (Includes interview) by Elliott Freeman
Australian scientists are expressing grave concerns over a new type of genetically engineered wheat that may cause major health problems for people that consume it.
Review: 'Exposure: The Other Side Of Jimmy Savile' (Includes interview and first-hand account) by Alexander Baron
DJ and media personality Jimmy Savile has been dead for less than a year, but already a large number of people, mostly women, have crawled out of the woodwork to trash his reputation.

Top Images

Trees in front of Wayne State University s oldest building  known as  Old Main   are beginning to lo...
Trees in front of Wayne State University's oldest building, known as "Old Main," are beginning to lose leaves
Leaves change on a tree-lined Forest Ave. in Midtown
Leaves change on a tree-lined Forest Ave. in Midtown
Leaves change on a tree-lined Forest Ave. in Midtown
Leaves change on a tree-lined Forest Ave. in Midtown
The green is still alive in Midtown  Oct. 10  2012
The green is still alive in Midtown, Oct. 10, 2012

In the Media

BBC film crew arrested sneaking into Nevada's Area 51 'UFO base' by JohnThomas Didymus
Military personnel arrested a BBC film crew at the secret Area 51 military base in Nevada where UFO conspiracy theorists claim US authorities are keeping bodies of aliens and debris of an ET "flying disc" that crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.
'The Dark Knight' creator Frank Miller sued by former employee by Hector Garingalao
A woman filed a lawsuit in a Manhattan Supreme Court against graphic novel veteran Frank Miller and his girlfriend. Miller's girlfriend allegedly had put the former staff in a hostile working environment. When the staff complained to Miller, he fired her.
Kabang  hero dog
Kabang 'hero dog'
Philippine 'hero dog' Kabang receives $20K facial surgery in U.S. by JohnThomas Didymus
A dog named "Kabang" from Zamboanga City in the Philippines, who saved the lives of her owner's children, has arrived in the US where she will receive a maxillo-facial reconstructive surgery at the Univ. of California-Davis Vet. Medical Teaching Hospital.
Kellogg's recalls Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal due to metal mesh by Leigh Goessl
Kellogg's has announced the company is recalling some of its popular Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal due to the possible presence of metal mesh in some boxes.
TSA screener accused of intentionally slapping flier's testicles by Elliott Freeman
A frequent flier is speaking out about an incident in which a TSA agent allegedly slapped his testicles as punishment for opting out of the naked body scanner at a Nevada airport.
Video: Edward Archbold dies after winning roach-eating contest by JohnThomas Didymus
Edward Archbold, 32, of West Palm Beach, fell ill, threw up, collapsed and died after winning a roach eating contest in South Florida. He won the contest after eating dozens of roaches and worms.
Canadian triple murder suspect captured in Florida by Arthur Weinreb
Justin Bresaw, wanted in Quebec after allegedly burning a house down and killing three people, has been arrested in Tallahassee after fighting a police officer and fleeing into the woods.
Video screen capture
Video: Gas tanker explodes in China by Anne Sewell
Caught on CCTV, a gas tanker exploded in central China on Saturday, killing three firemen and sending out a wave of white smoke.
Op-Ed: Green coffee bean extract fights obesity and diabetes by Eliot Elwar
Recently Dr. Oz said green coffee bean extract helps speed up weight loss, new scientific research reveals that green coffee bean extract is a powerful anti-oxidant, and it significantly contributes to weight loss and blood sugar control.
Anti-Jihad ads heading for Washington, DC by Anne Sewell
In a court ruling, it was decided that anti-Jihad adverts could be displayed in the Washington, DC metro, as has already been done in New York City and San Francisco.
Video: Ducks in hoarding case experience water for the first time by Elizabeth Batt
Like a duck to water? Not quite. These ducks rescued in a hoarding case had never swam in the wet stuff before, so when they were led to their first pond, all didn't go quite as planned.
Video: Brad and Emily get engaged in lip dub proposal by JohnThomas Didymus
Bradley Jansen from Grand Rapids, Michigan proposed to his sweetheart by recruiting 90 friends and family to perform a choreographed lip dub to One Direction's "One Thing." The unique video "Brad and Emily Get Engaged" has gone viral online.
Janet Jackson to wed Qatari billionaire in $20 million wedding by Katerina Nikolas
Janet Jackson has reportedly converted to Islam in order to tie-the-knot with billionaire Qatari fiancé Wissam al-Mana, in a $20 million wedding extravaganza in Doha.
Iranian defector gives CIA 'complete footage' of nuclear sites by Greta McClain
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s cameraman has turned over tapes showing the interior of the Natanz nuclear complex after applying for asylum in the United States.

Power Users

  1. JohnThomas Didymus
  2. Alexander Baron
  3. Greta McClain
  4. Anne Sewell
  5. Leigh Goessl
  6. Katerina Nikolas
  7. Ken Hanly
  8. Matt Harding
  9. Larry Clifton
  10. Tim Sandle
  11. Igor I. Solar
  12. Robert Myles
  13. Elizabeth Batt
  14. Andrew Moran
  15. Marcus Hondro
  16. Brett Wilkins
  17. Yukio Strachan
  18. Steve Hayes
  19. Gar Swaffar
  20. Owen Weldon