Previous articleShannon Airport goes dog friendlyNext articleWIN family tickets to KALEIDOSCOPE 2019 on June 28 – 30 Cian Reinhardthttp://www.limerickpost.ieJournalist & Digital Media Coordinator. Covering human interest and social issues as well as creating digital content to accompany news stories. [email protected] Print Advertisement Twitter Facebook Calling Limerick’s Creative Kids! TAGSartsentertainmentlifestylelistenMediaNewspodcastroundupsports RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Artist Receives Arts Council Next Generation Award worth €20,000 Linkedin Arts Council congratulates three Limerick artists on Covid-19 award WhatsApp Belltable:Connect invites applications for Translating Live to Online Workshops this Autumn Limerick City Gallery of Art exhibition showcases ‘Limerick Connections’ through artists over the past 50 years LifestyleNewsPodcastsSportPodcast: Limerick Post News Roundup June 22, 2019By Cian Reinhardt – June 20, 2019 105 Cian Reinhardt looks at the content in this week’s Limerick Post newspaper, giving a run-down on this week’s Health, Politics, Sports, Arts and Entertainment news.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up This week’s headlines:119 Limerick women had abortions in the UK last yearLimerick Restaurant owner foes cashless after burglars strikeA life shaped by grief and healingCouncil meeting over park recycling centreAll this and our Sports news with Sporting Limerick and Arts and Entertainment news. Email Film in Limerick host ‘Meet the Funders’ free online seminar for filmmakers in the Mid-West
Béla Fleck and Chick Corea are no strangers to one another, touring together as a jazz duo extraordinaire. However, as Jambands reports, the two will join forces for a major full band tour from August 5-21, 2017. Fleck will bring along his band The Flecktones, while Corea will perform with his Elektric Band, who has accompanied him at several shows along his 75th birthday residency in NYC.The Flecktones made a triumphant return earlier this year, playing a handful of shows last summer for the first time in many years. Corea, meanwhile, celebrated his 75th birthday earlier this year and has shown no signs of slowing down. He’s currently in the midst of an insane residency at the Blue Note Jazz Club in NYC, which features over 80 performances.This tour is guaranteed to be an incredible musical experience, delving deep into the world of experimental jazz. The two bands are also expected to collaborate for a superjam of epic proportions as the encore of each show. The specific dates and locations have not yet been announced, but this is very exciting news! We will be sure to update once more information is revealed.
Saint Mary’s welcomed Ekere Tallie, a poet whose work focuses on the values of an activist, to Carroll Auditorium on Thursday for a reading. She said her book, “Karma’s Footsteps,” is filled with the songs of a black, poor and resilient woman.Tallie said that she lives by writer and civil rights activist Audre Lorde’s quote, “your silence will not protect you.” In one of her poems, Tallie said she wrote, “wounded eyes will tell it, even though we don’t.”Tallie said her poetry revealed her personal experience of being sexually abused. She said she learned as hard as it was for her to reveal herself as a victim, sharing her story helps other people.“Poetry for me is not art for art’s sake; it’s art for our sake,” Tallie said. “I will share my poetry with anybody who is open.”Tallie said she draws inspiration from sources all around her, including race, love and the blues. Her book “Continuum,” which will be published this September, features a series of 12 letters to Tallie’s imaginary friend, Continuum.“I am interested in young writers interested in liberation,” Tallie said. “Continuum is interested in using art for liberation.”Tallie said she “[has] so many poems on love gone wrong.” She read a poem titled “Medusa,” inspired by a former boyfriend who told her that her hair made her look like Medusa as she stepped out of the shower.“As a woman I am unafraid to turn men to stone,” she said, concluding the poem.Tallie revealed an unfinished poem she was in the process of editing called “Lady.”“It’s a piece I am currently working on,” Tallie said. “It’s about a crazy woman, not accepting her crazy, but acknowledging it.”Tallie also read pieces centered on the immigration of entire black communities.“There are two types that I cover,” Tallie said. “One is voluntary migration, like the Great Migration, and the other is forced, where people were literally forced out of the South in the early nineteenth century.”The poetess also spoke about women accepting and loving their bodies, a topic considered in her poem dedicated to the beauty of gap-toothed women. Tallie said she encountered a cab driver in New York who spent their entire drive trying to convince her that her smile was beautiful.Tallie said she began to fully appreciate her culture after reading “The Autobiography of Malcom X” when she was 16 years old.“Now people think Malcolm X and make so many assumptions,” Tallie said. “He made many changes, but in the end he understood the brotherhood of men.”Tallie said her family has a rich history in the South, involving themselves in the rights movement.“I also like hidden stories, getting beneath the surface,” Tallie said. “I have many stories of my own that I just sit in my room and write, but you need to separate wheat from chaff to find out what is meaningful to other people.”Junior Dara Marquez looked up Tallie’s poetry after noticing the fliers around the College’s campus.“I found her spoken word to be empowering and wanted to be a part of her words in person,” Marquez said.Marquez was invited to dinner with Tallie by Student Involvement and Multicultural Services (SIMS).“[Tallie] is really easy going, relatable,” Marquez said. “A lot of the things she says, you relate as a woman. If you’re a creative person curious as to how other people express their values, she’s good at that.”Tags: activism, Civil Rights, Poetry, Saint Mary’s College
Linda Carole Pitts was born on July 15, 1946 in Brookville, the daughter of John J. and Lloyd A. Strohmier Smith. In her teen-age years, she was active in band at New Salem High School, sang with the Wen Melas Choir and participated in 4-H. Later, Linda worked for the Schnadig Corporation for over 25 years and raised 4 children. She was a member of the St. Paul United Methodist Church in Rushville. Linda enjoyed family gatherings, sewing, reading and spending time with her beloved dog, Gus. On Friday, August 11, 2017, at the age of 71, she passed away at St. Vincent Hospital.Those surviving who will cherish Linda’s memory include her children, Frann (Phil) Hedges of Indianapolis, John Pitts, and Raelynn (David) Smith, both of Carmel; grandchildren, Kristin Hedges, Michael Smith, Jeffrey (Amber) Pitts Jr., Darrin Smith, Shanna Smith, Richard Ryan and Kourtney Hedges; one brother, Tom (Linda) Smith of Rushville; one sister, Janice (Jack) Hunt of Greenfield, and 2 nieces and 1 nephew. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Jeffrey Allen Pitts, Sr., and a granddaughter, Nichole Rene Hedges. Friends may visit with the family on Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Services, officiated by Roy Ice of St. Paul United Methodist Church will begin at 2 p.m. and burial will follow in Big Cedar Cemetery, Whitcomb.Memorial contributions can be directed to St. Paul United Methodist Church of Rushville or to the Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Linda Pitts.
Published on March 13, 2014 at 4:52 pm Contact Trevor: [email protected] | @TrevorHass Syracuse and Louisiana State are discussing a possible home-and-home football series, SU Athletics Chief Communications Officer Joe Giansante told The Daily Orange on Thursday .“Any report about actually having it done, those are premature,” Giansante said in a phone interview. “But we are having discussions and those discussions are focused on a game in Baton Rouge and a game in Syracuse.”The last time Syracuse and LSU played was in the 1989 Hall of Fame Bowl in Tampa, Fla. The Orange would face its first Southeastern Conference opponent since 2012, when it beat Missouri 31-27.Giansante said the Syracuse home game would be at the Carrier Dome, not at MetLife Stadium. Other details of the potential series with LSU are still in the works.“There’s no deal, and we’re in the discussion phase,” Giansante said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCBSSports.com reported that the LSU series would begin in 2015 in Death Valley, however Giansante said that report is inaccurate. Syracuse and LSU are not that far along in the process, he said, therefore there is no way those details could be ironed out at this point in time.Giansante said the main goal of playing a perennial powerhouse like LSU is to continue to build upon the success Syracuse has had in recent seasons. The Syracuse football brand “has momentum” with three bowl wins in four years, he said.“We want to measure ourselves against the best,” Giansante said. “There are games that have tremendous upside if you can find a way to win. You can’t climb the ladder unless you climb your way up.”Another main goal of the LSU series — or a similar-type series — would be to lure fans into the Carrier Dome, Giansante said. He said he wants to continue to build excitement around the program, and believes bringing in a team like LSU would help hook fans.Syracuse currently has a two-for-one scheduled with Central Michigan. The Orange travels to play the Chippewas on Sept. 13, and CMU is slated to come to the Carrier Dome in 2015 and 2017. SU also has a home-and-home scheduled with Maryland where the Terrapins will come to the Dome on Sept. 20, and the Orange will travel to College Park in 2019.SU will play Notre Dame at MetLife in 2014 and 2016. Syracuse will travel to Beaver Stadium to face Penn State in 2020 and host the Nittany Lions in 2021.“I think it’s great interest to our fans,” Giansante said about the potential LSU series. “We want people to start coming to the Dome.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+