THERE is already speculation about who will be the next batch of stars to sign up to I'm A Celebrity 2018 for a stint in the jungle down-under. But who are they? And when will the show return? Here's all we know... When is I'm a Celebrity back on TV? No date has been confirmed for I’m A Celebrity 2018. But it’s likely to start in November and end in December 2018. ITV will again air the show after agreeing on a new two-year-deal before the start of the last series. The show usually runs for three weeks. However, on May 15, 2018 it was revealed that I’m A Celebrity fans fear this year’s show will be cancelled as Declan Donnelly is due to have a baby and his co-presenter Ant McPartlin remains in recovery following his drink drive conviction. What is I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here? I'm A Celebrity is an ITV reality TV series. It sees 12 celebrities live together in the Australian jungle for around three weeks. They have no luxuries, … [Read more...] about When does I’m A Celebrity 2018 start and who is in the line-up? Latest rumours on who’s entering the jungle
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Ten years. Thirty years. Thirty-seven years.Many longtime Farm Fresh workers – and at least one Toys R Us employee –had never been to a job fair before let alone expected to be at one at their age: 55-plus. After all, retirement was just a few years away.But there they were, wearing their store name tags at the Virginia Beach Convention Center on Wednesday, going from table to table looking for their next step after Farm Fresh’s parent company, Supervalu, decided to sell off its stores, affecting more than 3,000 employees. The news came at the same time Toys R Us announced it would liquidate several hundred stores nationwide, leaving about 300 Hampton Road workers without jobs.“This is one of those things where we had to come together pretty quickly,” said Shawn Avery, president and CEO of Opportunity Inc., which worked with the Virginia Employment Commission and Farm Fresh store manager Andy Adams to organize Wednesday’s job fair. It … [Read more...] about Longtime Farm Fresh, Toys R Us workers “still in shock” as they look for new jobs
LANSING — Dianne Langston said she and her husband Brent were driving from O'Hare International Airport to their home in Wanatah on Friday — fresh off a Hawaiian vacation — when they found themselves in the heart of a massive police pursuit on Interstate 80/94. "It was the most bizarre thing I've ever seen," Langston said. Her husband was driving eastbound on I-80/94 west of the Indiana-Illinois border when a police officer's squad car flew past them, she said. The officer positioned his vehicle sideways in a far right lane before exiting to warn drivers to move over, she said. "He had his flashers going, waving these people down," she said. Not knowing what to do, her husband moved over into the far left lane, thinking he was getting out of the way, she said. Not long after that, she said, a black Dodge Charger sped past the family's vehicle at a high rate of speed, she said."It's like he had blown a tire. He was driving on three tires and … [Read more...] about ‘It was the most bizarre thing I’ve ever seen.’ Wanatah woman gives eyewitness account of I-80/94 high-speed pursuit that tied up traffic for hours.
Sections N News S Sports O Opinion R Religion A Arts & Living M Must Reads Video Photography P Podcasts S Sponsored Legal Notices Obituaries Jobs Homes Sections Friday, April 6, 2018 Sign In Subscribe Account Sign Out Sign In Subscribe Account Sign Out Review • It’s a beautiful, landmark portrait of a transgender woman fighting for her identity. facebook twitter email facebook twitter email By Sean P. Means · Published: March 6 Updated: March 06, 2018 Daniela Vega made history Sunday at the Academy Awards when she stepped out to introduce the performance of “Remember Me” from Pixar’s “Coco” — making Vega the first transgender actress to present at an Oscar ceremony. That moment came not long after Vega’s film “A … [Read more...] about Fresh off its history-making Oscar win, ‘A Fantastic Woman’ will open Friday in Salt Lake City
Sections N News S Sports O Opinion R Religion A Arts & Living M Must Reads Video Photography P Podcasts S Sponsored Legal Notices Obituaries Jobs Homes Sections Friday, April 13, 2018 Sign In Subscribe Account Sign Out Sign In Subscribe Account Sign Out facebook twitter email facebook twitter email By Sandy Cohen | The Associated Press · Published: March 16 Updated: March 16, 2018 Some things are universal about being a teenager: the budding sexuality and sense of identity, the dramatic emotions, the profound need for acceptance and confusing inklings of first love. Countless movies (and books and songs and TV shows) plumb the agony and elation of teen romance, but “Love, Simon” brings fresh perspective to the genre by focusing on an experience unseen in … [Read more...] about ‘Love, Simon’ a fresh and classic take on first love