Joy Villa

25 Apr 19
Chronicles of Canada Slim

Landschlacht, Switzerland (Schweiz/Suisse/Svizzera) Thursday 24 April 2019   She is susceptible. He is impossible. They have their cross to share. Three of a perfect pair. He has his contradicting views. She has her cyclothymic moods. They make a study in despair. Three of a perfect pair. One, one too many Schizophrenic tendencies Keeps it complicated […]

25 Apr 19
AFROINSIDER

KCCA FC are the 2018/19 StarTimes Uganda Premier League champions. This was confirmed on Tuesday afternoon after the Kasasiros were held to a 1-1 draw away to Ndejje University at the Arena of Visions in Bombo. Anwar Ntege put the home side in front in the first half but KCCA drew level with a Saddam […]

24 Apr 19
Artvoice

Reggae-influenced alternative rock band Iration officially kicks off their “Live From Paradise!” tour tonight in Albuquerque, NM, bringing the aloha spirit and good vibes across the country this spring and summer. The 43-date outing, featuring special guests Pepper, Fortunate Youth and Katastro, marks the group’s largest tour to date since their formation nearly 15 years ago. Of the tour, guitarist Micah Brown recently explained to Billboard.com, “Every night we […]

24 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
LOVE Island viewers have urged ITV bosses to cancel the forthcoming fifth series of the popular dating show following the death of two former cast members. Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon tragically lost their lives since Love Island was last on air in 2018, and fans feel it’s better to grief without the programme on air. Love Island fans are urging producers to cancel the forthcoming fifth series of the show Will the fifth series be cancelled? It’s unlikely that Love Island won’t be returning this summer. Especially since Caroline Flack – the show’s host – has already confirmed her own return to the reality series. Flack confirmed on April 22 that filming had commenced and that she was eager to meet the new contenders hoping to find love. “This week we start filming for Love Island 2019,” shared on her official Instagram page. “By the end of the week, I’m going to have potentially seen the cast for this year which is really exciting and mad that it’s come around this quick.” Mike Thalassitis died from an apparent suicide on 15 March 2019 What has ITV said about the death of two former cast members? ITV seems very much focused on keeping things intact with its plans to kick off Love Island’s fifth series over the summer, having issued a statement in which the network hopes to help through the act of offering therapy to contenders while on the show. The strong demand in having the show taken off air for the remainder of 2019 has led ITV to say the following: “This review has led us to extend our support processes to offer therapy to all Islanders and not only those that reach out to us.” “And we will be delivering bespoke training to all future Islanders to include social media and financial management. The key focus will be for us to no longer be reliant on the islanders asking us for support but for us to proactively check in with them on a regular basis.” What fans and celebrities are saying about Love Island’s return? It seems as if fans are very much in agreeance to have the show kept on hiatus until 2020, and that’s despite ITV moving ahead with production plans. Sophie Gradon shocked viewers when she also died of an apparent suicide last year “After a second death from a Love Island contestant I think it’s fair to say ITV2 should cancel the show as its obviously too much for the contestants afterward,” one viewer shared on Twitter. “Please cancel Love Island moving forward. It makes for good tv but it does nothing good for the mental health of participants or the viewers.” Pamela Anderson was quick to the death of Mike Thalassitis, urging television networks to stop focusing their attention on creating shows based on superficial competitions and exploitation. The Baywatch star further notes that the contestants will end up feeling hurt and emotionally strained through the experience, which has ultimately led to several deaths – not just on Love Island, in particular. “Please no more reality shows or reality stars – it’s an epidemic of ugliness, superficial competitions, desperate and exploitive for the artist,” Anderson had tweeted in March 2019. Caroline Flack has already confirmed she will be returning to the show’s fifth series this summer [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ON LOVE ISLAND” term_id=”14261″ posts_number=”8″ /] “You are usually bullied into doing TV like this by agents fighting over commissions – you’re left without any great amount of joy or money – you feel used, dirty.” Swedish soccer player and former Islander Malin Andersson reacted to the death of her ex co-star Sophie Gradon’s death last year by stressing producers to take care of their cast. “Love Island is cancelled in my eyes,” she shared at the time. Josh Denzel was quick to react to the passing of Mike, adding that there’s no real guide on how to master fame once leaving the villa, so it makes it very vulnerable for those who have already struggled with the attention while on the show. Speaking of his own experience, Denzel told GQ: “I do feel like you kind of get thrown into the lions’ den and if you survive then you’re just free to enter the world again. It’s believed that Love Island’s fifth series will premiere in June but ITV has yet to announce an official date.
24 Apr 19
The Sun
LOVE Island viewers have urged ITV bosses to cancel the forthcoming fifth series of the popular dating show following the death of two former cast members. Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon tragically lost their lives since Love Island was last on air in 2018, and fans feel it’s better to grief without the programme on air. Love Island fans are urging producers to cancel the forthcoming fifth series of the show Will the fifth series be cancelled? It’s unlikely that Love Island won’t be returning this summer. Especially since Caroline Flack – the show’s host – has already confirmed her own return to the reality series. Flack confirmed on April 22 that filming had commenced and that she was eager to meet the new contenders hoping to find love. “This week we start filming for Love Island 2019,” shared on her official Instagram page. “By the end of the week, I’m going to have potentially seen the cast for this year which is really exciting and mad that it’s come around this quick.” Mike Thalassitis died from an apparent suicide on 15 March 2019 What has ITV said about the death of two former cast members? ITV seems very much focused on keeping things intact with its plans to kick off Love Island’s fifth series over the summer, having issued a statement in which the network hopes to help through the act of offering therapy to contenders while on the show. The strong demand in having the show taken off air for the remainder of 2019 has led ITV to say the following: “This review has led us to extend our support processes to offer therapy to all Islanders and not only those that reach out to us.” “And we will be delivering bespoke training to all future Islanders to include social media and financial management. The key focus will be for us to no longer be reliant on the islanders asking us for support but for us to proactively check in with them on a regular basis.” What fans and celebrities are saying about Love Island’s return? It seems as if fans are very much in agreeance to have the show kept on hiatus until 2020, and that’s despite ITV moving ahead with production plans. Sophie Gradon shocked viewers when she also died of an apparent suicide last year “After a second death from a Love Island contestant I think it’s fair to say ITV2 should cancel the show as its obviously too much for the contestants afterward,” one viewer shared on Twitter. “Please cancel Love Island moving forward. It makes for good tv but it does nothing good for the mental health of participants or the viewers.” Pamela Anderson was quick to the death of Mike Thalassitis, urging television networks to stop focusing their attention on creating shows based on superficial competitions and exploitation. The Baywatch star further notes that the contestants will end up feeling hurt and emotionally strained through the experience, which has ultimately led to several deaths – not just on Love Island, in particular. “Please no more reality shows or reality stars – it’s an epidemic of ugliness, superficial competitions, desperate and exploitive for the artist,” Anderson had tweeted in March 2019. Caroline Flack has already confirmed she will be returning to the show’s fifth series this summer [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ON LOVE ISLAND” term_id=”14261″ posts_number=”8″ /] “You are usually bullied into doing TV like this by agents fighting over commissions – you’re left without any great amount of joy or money – you feel used, dirty.” Swedish soccer player and former Islander Malin Andersson reacted to the death of her ex co-star Sophie Gradon’s death last year by stressing producers to take care of their cast. “Love Island is cancelled in my eyes,” she shared at the time. Josh Denzel was quick to react to the passing of Mike, adding that there’s no real guide on how to master fame once leaving the villa, so it makes it very vulnerable for those who have already struggled with the attention while on the show. Speaking of his own experience, Denzel told GQ: “I do feel like you kind of get thrown into the lions’ den and if you survive then you’re just free to enter the world again. It’s believed that Love Island’s fifth series will premiere in June but ITV has yet to announce an official date.
24 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
LOVE Island viewers have urged ITV bosses to cancel the forthcoming fifth series of the popular dating show following the death of two former cast members. Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon tragically lost their lives since Love Island was last on air in 2018, and fans feel it’s better to grief without the programme on air. Love Island fans are urging producers to cancel the forthcoming fifth series of the show Will the fifth series be cancelled? It’s unlikely that Love Island won’t be returning this summer. Especially since Caroline Flack – the show’s host – has already confirmed her own return to the reality series. Flack confirmed on April 22 that filming had commenced and that she was eager to meet the new contenders hoping to find love. “This week we start filming for Love Island 2019,” shared on her official Instagram page. “By the end of the week, I’m going to have potentially seen the cast for this year which is really exciting and mad that it’s come around this quick.” Mike Thalassitis died from an apparent suicide on 15 March 2019 What has ITV said about the death of two former cast members? ITV seems very much focused on keeping things intact with its plans to kick off Love Island’s fifth series over the summer, having issued a statement in which the network hopes to help through the act of offering therapy to contenders while on the show. The strong demand in having the show taken off air for the remainder of 2019 has led ITV to say the following: “This review has led us to extend our support processes to offer therapy to all Islanders and not only those that reach out to us.” “And we will be delivering bespoke training to all future Islanders to include social media and financial management. The key focus will be for us to no longer be reliant on the islanders asking us for support but for us to proactively check in with them on a regular basis.” What fans and celebrities are saying about Love Island’s return? It seems as if fans are very much in agreeance to have the show kept on hiatus until 2020, and that’s despite ITV moving ahead with production plans. Sophie Gradon shocked viewers when she also died of an apparent suicide last year “After a second death from a Love Island contestant I think it’s fair to say ITV2 should cancel the show as its obviously too much for the contestants afterward,” one viewer shared on Twitter. “Please cancel Love Island moving forward. It makes for good tv but it does nothing good for the mental health of participants or the viewers.” Pamela Anderson was quick to the death of Mike Thalassitis, urging television networks to stop focusing their attention on creating shows based on superficial competitions and exploitation. The Baywatch star further notes that the contestants will end up feeling hurt and emotionally strained through the experience, which has ultimately led to several deaths – not just on Love Island, in particular. “Please no more reality shows or reality stars – it’s an epidemic of ugliness, superficial competitions, desperate and exploitive for the artist,” Anderson had tweeted in March 2019. Caroline Flack has already confirmed she will be returning to the show’s fifth series this summer [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ON LOVE ISLAND” term_id=”14261″ posts_number=”8″ /] “You are usually bullied into doing TV like this by agents fighting over commissions – you’re left without any great amount of joy or money – you feel used, dirty.” Swedish soccer player and former Islander Malin Andersson reacted to the death of her ex co-star Sophie Gradon’s death last year by stressing producers to take care of their cast. “Love Island is cancelled in my eyes,” she shared at the time. Josh Denzel was quick to react to the passing of Mike, adding that there’s no real guide on how to master fame once leaving the villa, so it makes it very vulnerable for those who have already struggled with the attention while on the show. Speaking of his own experience, Denzel told GQ: “I do feel like you kind of get thrown into the lions’ den and if you survive then you’re just free to enter the world again. It’s believed that Love Island’s fifth series will premiere in June but ITV has yet to announce an official date.
24 Apr 19
BrokenSky's Otome

Variable Barricade – Common Route – Prologue – Part 02

24 Apr 19
Site Title

As Sushila was resting in her armchair taking her very own cozy afternoon nap feeling the warmth of the winter sun,a very tender young creature fell in her lap.It was a wounded pegion with one of its feather almost weared off.Sushila took the bird very gently in her palm and placed it in a cardboard […]

24 Apr 19
travelsinrome

This is a festive time in Italy. We enjoyed Pasqua (Easter Sunday) followed by Pasquetta (the Monday after Easter where everyone goes to the countryside and incidentally, is our namesake.) Then on April 25th, Italians enjoy yet another day off and holiday break for the day of Italy’s Liberation. That is a whole lot of […]

24 Apr 19
blueyedboy

The famous Monty Python Dead Parrot sketch references Ipswich, Bolton (Notlob) and of course conjures up any number of ways to describe euphemistically how death is handled in British culture. Little did Cleese and Chapman realise when writing that they were in fact foretelling the final weeks of the 2018/19 Championship season. Both Ipswich and […]

24 Apr 19
BlackPressUSA

NEW ORLEANS DATA NEWS WEEKLY — New Orleans has many historical traditions, however, when the African-American Museum in Tremé closed in 2013, due to financial problems, it was considered an important loss for the Black community. When it first opened in 2000 on 1417 Gov. Nicholls Street, the museum served as a space to house the history and culture of Black people in the city. Residents and supporters showed up at the Historic Building of the Villa Meilleur as the museum reopened on April 12, 2019.