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Arts and parts aplenty at Glórach

first_imgWATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Advertisement Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Previous articleSilver for Limerick at International Maths OlympiadNext articleStabbing in city leads to arrest Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post Twitter WhatsApp Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live TAGSAbbeyfealeGlorachKeepingLimerick PostedlimerickLimerick Posttheatre Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival center_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Linkedin NewsCommunityLifestyleArts and parts aplenty at GlórachBy Rose Rushe – July 22, 2019 265 Facebook Lorcan Curtin, Glórach Theatre. Photo: Cian ReinhardtTHERE is a venue dedicated to the performance arts in the heart of the town, Glórach Theatre and its interesting spin is that it is run entirely by volunteers.Its long serving PRO Lorcan Curtin, is also a career farmer and horticulturalist, as well as teaching horticulture for Adult Education classes under the Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board (LCETB) at the former vocational school.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Busy as he is, he finds time for some creative writing on the side.His play ‘Camden  Sky’ was staged in Abbeyfeale, led by two or three principals and an ensemble of auxiliary parts. “I had a fascination with Irish emigrants who went to England”; London made a great impression on him.Lorcan’s involvement with Glórach Theatre began 13 years back when he had apart in a play“Glórach is run by a board of directors and you have the general positions, chair (Seán Nelligan), treasurer, secretary. We hold weekly bingo here and you’d never think it but I am the number checker there and I really enjoy it.”.“There’s a good amount of money given out, but we always stress the health benefit of the game to people. The mental health benefit. That’s what we tell them.”Attendance is “pushing north of up to 130″ in the night and last week alone, a top jackpot sheet of rollovers totalled €500 in prize money for the lucky varmint who called ‘check!’“Concerts are one of our main things and on Friday July 5, we had soprano Regina Nathan and guest soprano Susan Browne from Browne with Michael Pugh on piano.”Lorcan credits two new volunteers on the board, Tom Madigan and Linda Hennessey organised the last two concerts for teh community. In June, Hearts of Men, “a loose amalgamation” welcomed 18 year-old Rosie Connolly on guitar. She’s a singer songwriter who took time out for Leaving Cert to entertain the folks.“We keep going, largely through events. We do apply for a degree of infrastructural grants and because of a small grant from Limerick Arts Office, we held a memorial to Liam Flynn, a local woodturner.” Printlast_img read more

Watch The All-Star Earth Wind & Fire Tribute In Full, With The Nth Power, Burbridges, TAB Horns & More

first_imgWhen Earth Wind & Fire founder Maurice White passed away earlier this year, he left behind a incredibly soulful body of work. Across the country, bands took time out from their shows to honor White’s life and accomplishments, sharing his words and songs.The Nth Power, who follow in White’s path of mixing positivity, spirituality and joy with music, decided to go all out in a musical tribute to the fallen legend, bringing together an all-star cast of guest musicians for an unbelievable night of magic at the famed One Eyed Jacks during Jazz Fest in New Orleans, LA last week.Joining Nikki Glaspie, Nick Cassarino, Nate Edgar, Weedie Braimah and Courtney J’Mell Smith of The Nth Power onstage were: Ian Neville of Dumpstaphunk, Adam Smirnoff of Lettuce, Oteil Burbridge of The Allman Brothers and Dead & Company, Kofi Burbridge of Tedeschi Trucks Band, Jennifer Hartswick, Natalie Cressman and James Casey of the Trey Anastasio Band, the madman of sax, Skerik, and Farnell Newton of the Othership Connection to deliver a selection of Earth Wind & Fire songs that will soon become legend.Our own Rex Thomson was on hand to film the show in its entirety. Though the very ground shook with the weight of the epic jams that came pouring from the instruments and hearts of the band and the dancing throngs on hand to witness the spectacle, the music they played that night rang out loud and clear.You can watch the show from the full playlist below, or pick out your favorites from the videos below. Enjoy it all!“In The Stone > September”“Fantasy > Sun Goddess”“Open Our Eyes”“Jupiter>Getaway>Got To Get You Into My Life>Love’s Holiday”“Runnin’”“Mighty Mighty”“Serpentine Fire > Devotion > After The Love has Gone”“Shining Star > Brazilian Rhyme (Interlude)” “Reasons > Boogie Wonderland”“That’s The Way Of The World”[Cover photo by Jeremy Scott]last_img read more

Fidelity bond legal dispute reveals credit union fraud

first_imgAnother fidelity bond legal dispute between the NCUA and an insurance company revealed that a former manager and assistant manager were running a check-kiting scheme that led to a loss of nearly $700,000 and contributed to the involuntary liquidation of an Indiana credit union.According to court documents filed last week by the NCUA and Southwest Marine and General Insurance Co. of Scottsdale, Ariz., Sandra Santay, manager of the $7.5 million Lakeside Federal Credit Union in Hammond, Ind., and the credit union’s assistant manager, Paula Awe,  allegedly operated a check-kiting scheme through their Lakeside checking accounts from January 2012 to April 2015.The fraud was uncovered during an NCUA examination in April 2015. When examiners confronted Santay, she verbally admitted that she and Awe were kiting checks that amounted to $690,120. Soon after the NCUA determined Lakeside was insolvent and closed its operations in July, the $3 billion, South Bend, Ind.-based Teachers Credit Union purchased Lakeside’s loan portfolio and assumed its 2,280 members. 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

Bruce pleased with Everton point

first_img “I have learned that this league is unforgiving and you can quite easily go four games without picking up anything. “It was always going to be difficult, especially when we went behind, but thankfully we have taken something from the game, and with Nikica Jelavic’s header (that went wide just after Aluko’s goal), we were close to winning it. “For me, if there was going to be a team that won it, it was going to be us in the second half.” Bruce made four changes to his first XI from the 3-0 loss at Manchester United on Saturday, and he added: “I don’t think I’ve really played the team which, in my mind, is my best team, for one reason or another. “But I’m still convinced we have a squad that will improve us from last year, because we have more depth – and that showed tonight.” Hull, up a place from 18th to 17th and separated from the relegation zone on goal difference alone, finished 16th last season in their comeback top-flight campaign and also reached the FA Cup final. Bruce is convinced he has a better group of players at his disposal this time around, despite their disappointing start to 2014-15. “We don’t like to be in the bottom three,” he said. ” The one thing we managed last year was beating the teams I thought would be around us. “The Premier League already has a familiar look – the bottom eight or nine teams you would expect to be there, and our aim is to be at the top of that group if we can. “We are under no illusions how difficult it will be – it is our second season, and sometimes that is harder than the first. “There is no expectation first time around. Nobody gave us a hope in hell of staying up last year and we managed to do it easily. “This time no one thinks we are going to get relegated, and that is the expectation we have to deal with. “But from what I have seen tonight and all season, we will be okay. I’m convinced.” Everton were in control in the first half but could not make the most of it, with one goal ultimately proving not enough. They struggled to get much going after Aluko got past Sylvain Distin and beat Tim Howard at his near post, and had faded badly by the final whistle. Everton boss Roberto Martinez, whose side stay 11th and are now seven points off the top four, suggested Hull had employed time-wasting tactics. He said: “I’m not pointing the finger at them, but I do think Hull were stopping the clock and making it difficult to get momentum. “I thought the referee rightly awarded an extra six minutes (of stoppage time). “I’m not bitter about the way the opposition played – that is their choice. The disappointment is that the first-half performance was good enough for three points.” There were some boos from Everton fans as the players went off at the end. And Martinez said: “I think it was a reaction at having three points in the bag, and having the feeling that the first-half performance had been dominant enough to win the game, and then all of a sudden, you end up with one point. “At the end we couldn’t find the energy to have a final push. “Expectations are high and it was more of an emotion today than a moan, the way I see it.” The Tigers brought a run of four straight defeats to an end by securing the point at Goodison Park, courtesy of substitute Sone Aluko’s 59th-minute equaliser, which took them out of the Barclays Premier League relegation zone. And Bruce, whose side had trailed to Romelu Lukaku’s 34th-minute strike, said afterwards: “We needed a result and to give everyone a lift because it has been difficult over the last month. Hull boss Steve Bruce admitted his side had secured a much-needed result in drawing 1-1 at Everton. Press Associationlast_img read more