Nalbandian Upset at Toronto Rogers Cup

Morning Brew: August 8, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, August 8, 2006:

Number 3 seed David Nalbandian was upset at the Rexall Centre yesterday, which is big news in the tennis world, but bad news for the organizers of Toronto's Rogers Cup who need big names to sell tickets.

Caribana fever, which swept the city this weekend, has once again turned into political squabbling, which will probably only stop next during Caribana weekend again.

When you lose your legal battle to make Michigan take your sludge, you can either find some place else to send the sludge, or just keep taking them to court.

The OPP's weekend traffic blitz exposes a story of adultery and heartbreak: now that's what I call high-speed drama.

It's not the catnapping that has got me all confused, but the ridiculous headline that CBC is using to write about it.

People at Fort York celebrated the holiday by honouring its namesake and Toronto's founder Lord Simcoe, while others just went to the cottage and the beach.

Expect to see Paul Haggis and Brian De Palma participating in this year's TIFF Talent Lab, helping young Canadian filmmakers become famous so they can leave Toronto and move to L.A.

(Image: Sylvain Weber)


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