55 Views one comment Sharing is caring! Share One of the t-shirts printed in tribute to Jeff Joe’s memory by villagers in St. Joseph.Dominica’s Goodwill Ambassador Jeff Joseph will receive a special tribute during the staging of Dominica Cultural Express’s fifth (5th) edition of La Femme Creole Pageant in Antigua on Saturday night.President and Coordinator of the event Neva Casmir says, the show which strives to maintain Dominica’s culture in Antigua, has set aside a special segment where Jeff Joes’ bio will be read, his music played and a moment of silence observed.In related news, six (6) ladies; Abina Dowe, Cherisa Abel, Janelle Jno-Lewis, Sabina Joseph, Sharifa Warrington and Tenisha Sebastian, will vie for the title of the 2011 La Femme Creole.The contestants will appear in five segments to include; swimwear, performing talent, interview and Dominica’s national wear the Wob Dwiyet. The winner will walk away with a number of prizes including $1500.00, a trip to any of LIAT’s destinations, a lap top including free internet.Guest performer for the night will be Dominica’s 2011 Road March King Sour Sour.The show is opened to Dominican Nationals or those of Dominican parentage, and will be held at the Multi Purpose Cultural Centre.By: Myrtle Bruno Share Share Tweet LocalNews Moment of silence to be observed for Jeff Joe at La Femme Creole Pageant in Antigua by: – December 2, 2011
He added: “Once I have finished here in Malaga – Malaga have qualified for Europe – and completed the match we will see where my future lies. “But now I will only discuss my present position with Malaga.” City have just completed a two-game post-season tour in the United States where they twice beat Chelsea. City midfielder Gareth Barry is aware of Pellegrini’s pedigree. He told Sky Sports News: “I don’t know too much about him but people who do know him and who have played with him have spoken highly of him so that’s good.” The Malaga coach, who has already confirmed he will be leaving the Primera Division side after next weekend’s final game of the season, is focused on Sunday night’s penultimate match with Deportivo La Coruna and helping Malaga qualify for Europe. He told a press conference: “I have answered this many times (questions about City). Once we have played Deportivo we will see about my future and where I am going. I haven’t signed any contract yet.” Press Association Manuel Pellegrini, the favourite to succeed Roberto Mancini as manager of Manchester City, has refused to talk about a move to the Etihad Stadium.
Cannes will soon play host to the Esports BAR, an event taking place between February 12-14th. There’s a host of content across the three days, with Esports Insider involved in two panels across the two days.First on the menu for team ESI is “What football clubs are doing in esports (and why it matters)”. The panel is made up of Dennis Andreas Nirtl, the CEO and Co-Founder of Stark Esports; Pedro Silva, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Qwatti Esports Agency and Sergio Benet, General Manager of Valencia. The panel will look at how football clubs are entering the space and the various approaches that clubs have taken. There’s been a real assortment of approaches – but what works best?This is the second iteration of the Esports BAR in CannesThere’s no better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than being in the South of France with an idyllic backdrop listening to Adam Savinson, Head of Esports at Betway Group share insight with James Watson, Head of Esports at Sportradar and Suraj Gosai, Co-Founder & CEO of Blinkpool. Pulling the strings, and keeping the panel on the straight and narrow will be none other than the bastion of esports integrity, ESIC Commissioner Ian Smith. The panel will look at the challenges around esports betting and consider publishers will become more open to betting sponsors in the future. Other panels and speeches at the event include a presentation on the Blockchain Effect on esports from Millennial Esports CEO Alex Igelman, esports sponsorship and an interesting look at China – considering often inflated and questionable figures coming from the East. There’s a host of speakers lined up, with the likes of Wouter Sleijffers, CEO of Fnatic heading out there as well as Ralf Reichert, CEO of ESL and Patrick Chapman, Gaming and Esports Partnerships at Facebook.Esports Insider will be in attendance for the entire event so do not hesitate to get in touch and arrange a meeting using firstname.lastname@example.org. Sam Cooke, Editor of Esports Insider said: “The event looks like it’ll be a corker out in Cannes and we’re excited to have worked with Esports BAR to help bring two panels on topics that we consider of great relevance to the industry. The speakers are each fantastic so if you’re out in Cannes, don’t miss them”. Disclaimer: Esports Insider is a media partner of Esports BAR.