Home Sponsored Paddy Casey and Daft Punk Tribute set to play in Jeremiah Grant… Sponsored GAA RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook GAA Pinterest Previous articleLaois secondary school donates €1,120 to Cuisle Centre with Hell and Back challengeNext articleIn Pictures: Election candidates sign pledge to revamp Local Goverment LaoisToday Reporter GAA SEE ALSO – Check out the Jermiah Grant website here Pinterest Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Twitter Twitter TAGSDaft Punk TributeJeremiah GrantPaddy Casey WhatsApp WhatsApp Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Facebook Paddy Casey and Daft Punk Tribute are two of the big names set to play FREE gigs in Jeremiah Grant during the Live Music Pub Trail on the last weekend of June when the Old Fort Festival is on in Portlaoise.“As people are aware, the night-time music part of the Old Fort Festival is a pay-in gig now,” says John Watchorne, owner of Jeremiah Grant, the popular bar and resturant on Portlaoise’s Main Street.“But the pubs are putting on a live music pub trail. All FREE. No Entry fee to any of my artists. We have two big acts along with a few local acts.“It’s very rare that you’d get to see Paddy Casey or Daft Punk Tribute for free.”Friday, June 2810pm – Paddy Casey Live on the Gallows Stage in Jeremiah Grant BarSaturday, June 299pm – DJ George Mercer Gallows Stage9pm – DJ Aaron Collins Main BarSunday, June 307pm – Live Trad Session – Main Bar9.30pm – Daft Punk Tribute Live on the Gallows Stage in Jeremiah Grant BarJeremiah Grant’s is made up of three distinct bars – downstairs, which serves delicious food from 12noon every day, the Highway Man upstairs which is ideal for hosting private parties for groups of over 30 and the Gallows Outdoor Area which is complete with a stage and a retractable roof making it suitable for all weather! By LaoisToday Reporter – 23rd May 2019 Paddy Casey and Daft Punk Tribute set to play in Jeremiah Grant in Portlaoise during FREE Live Music Pub Trail 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin
Email Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. As Bigfork continues to grow its downtown, residents Chris and Jenny Evans couldn’t help but notice the town lacked an organic market.At a crossroads in their careers, the Evanses were looking for a change in direction, which led them to open Max’s Market, named after Chris’ five-year-old son.“The need for an organic market was glaring,” Jenny said.Their motivation to open the market stemmed from Max, whose young spirit and love of grocery shopping inspired the shop, Jenny said.While the grocery store focuses on local, specialty goods, the Evanses also sell baked goods, soups, salads and local skin-care products from Moon and Bee Apothecary. The market also supports a sustainable lifestyle by using tea towels instead of paper towels and limiting single-use plastic products.Jenny says working with the short shelf life of perishable foods has been a challenge, but she’s learning to adapt her recipes to the seasonal produce that’s available. This fall, she’s been perfecting her ginger squash soup and purple potato soup.“We get creative with what we have available,” Jenny said.The community has welcomed Max’s Market since it opened this past Memorial Day.“The community has been so supportive,” Jenny said.One community member, Mary Jo Naive, showed up to help the couple simply because of her interest in and support for organic products in Bigfork.“I appeared because there was a giant sign that said, ‘organic,’” Naive said.A seamstress by trade, Naive not only sewed the pillows that sit on the market benches inside, but she also brought her experience in retail and marketing to help the Evans.“She wanted to work with us and has made such a huge impact not only with her grace and charm, but with her skill,” Chris said.In the 35 years that Naive has lived in Bigfork, she’s watched the small town grow, but she says its emphasis on community has remained the same.“It’s not about business; it’s about community,” she said.The Evanses built a community area on the south end of the market, which fell in line with their vision of bringing fresh, local food to Bigfork. Once Chris finished constructing the open, sunlit space in July, it became a music venue and a communal spot that hosts herbal workshops.Equipped with a new sound system, Chris designed the space to specifically cater to music, and the Evanses hope to host music weekly. Max’s Market most recently brought in the Mike Murray Duo, which Chris says was standing room only, and there’s a piano night with Ross Bridgeman in the works for Dec. 5.While Max’s Market initially started as just a market, the Evanses have seen a positive reaction to its evolution as a communal area and venue.“Our original plan changed pretty dramatically for the better, so now we have a place for people to appreciate music,” Chris said.In addition to the music scene, Naive says the market is attracting all kinds of people around Bigfork.“People are really embracing the space, products and atmosphere,” Jenny said.Max’s Market is located at 125 Village Lane in Bigfork. For more information, visit [email protected]
Well, a lot has already been said and written about the nationwide lockdown that began on March 25 in the world’s largest democracy. All of the commercial establishments, except those providing essential services such as grocery stores, medical shops, ATMs, etc. have been shut down. Corporate junkies have been asked to work from home.Ah, working from home happens to be a blessing in disguise during summertime. Ah, that’s because travelling to the workplace in the scorching heat is quite a challenge, especially if you spend a considerable amount of time while travelling to work. If you are one of the many people who travel from Delhi to Gurgaon, then you will be well aware of the problems associated with travelling to work during the rush hour.Up until now, WFH was seen as a privilege by many. However, now all of us are required to work from home now, all because of the ongoing pandemic.The Coronavirus pandemic has forced corporates around the globe to remodel their working strategies. Digital disruption seems to have found a new lease of life amid the ongoing pandemic.Take an example of video conferencing apps, such as Zoom. These apps have made it possible for all of us to hold meetings from the comfort of our home while sitting in our boxers. Video conferencing tools have given rise to virtual classrooms. Most of us thought that video conferencing will take another 2-3 years to become a common sight, but that is certainly not the case. Just as other working-class people, teachers too can go about their jobs from the comfort of their homes.Thank the lords for cheaper internet connectivity, all of the online communication tools are making things happen for the office goers. Well, that’s certainly not all as companies are going hammer and tonks in a bid to reshape and restructure the 9-5 work routine. So, don’t be surprised if your employers ask you to work from your comfort zone on a permanent basis in the near future.This comes as a breath of fresh air for working women. A number of young working mothers are getting to spend time at home with newborns. Also, they are no longer required to follow the 9-5 routine and can work as and when they want to. Not to forget, travelling to work happens to be an expensive affair. An average Indian is saving nearly 8-10k on travelling expenses by working from home. Companies too are saving a lot of money after the lockdown in India forced countless white-collared employees to work from home.Thanks to the pandemic, fathers are also getting a chance to be around the newborns. For instance, when the mother is breastfeeding, the father can look after the household chores like cleaning, washing the dishes, changing diapers, etc., given it’s a pandemic, the maids are also on leave. So, the responsibilities are shared.Also, spare a thought for the environment. Pollution levels in major metropolises have gone down by double digits percentages. The concentration of fine particulate matter in Delhi air has gone down by almost 60%. Well, it goes without saying that these are impressive numbers.According to estimates, more than 90% of employees working for the IT sector in India are working from home. Tata Consultancy Services, a major player in the Indian IT sector, has already laid down norms to maintain social distancing. Around 75% of TCS’ total workforce is expected to work from home on a permanent basis by 2025.A number of American corporate houses are providing employees with virtual private network licenses as these will allow them access to the official networks remotely while also offering wireless hotspots to those with poor or weak Wi-Fi connectivity at home.To top it all, it can be said that the framework put in place in order to minimize the damage caused by the pandemic is bound to reap rich dividends once the pandemic subsides and all of the dust it brought along settles down.
WELCOME, N.C. — Following a successful debut in the 2017 NASCAR Xfinity Series season with Richard Childress Racing (RCR), KC Motorgroup Ltd. (KCMG) has enhanced its partnership with RCR into 2018. KCMG, which served as a partner at Darlington Raceway last season, will expand into a multi-race partner on RCR’s No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro piloted by Matt Tifft in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.MORE: Recap every Xfinity Series winner in 2018KCMG, an international motorsports group based in Hong Kong, is paving the way of professional racing through support and development across the Asia-Pacific region with operations also expanding into Europe. The organization, founded in 2007, became the first Chinese team to race in the Le Mans 24 Hours and scored a historic LMP2 victory in 2015.Through its partnership with RCR, KCMG is working to create unique U.S. business development avenues for the Asia-Pacific region through a NASCAR platform.“It has always been KCMG’s objective to be Asian motorsport’s frontrunner and to succeed in multiple racing disciplines,” said Dr. Paul Ip, founder of KCMG. “American stock-car racing is one of the most exciting platforms that we have out there, and it has always been my vision to be the first Asian team to take on this challenge. This expanded partnership with RCR in 2018 is just the beginning of what we see as a long-term plan in our motorsport division, and we’re looking forward to achieving new milestones with Matt Tifft and the entire RCR crew.”“We’re thrilled to have Dr. Paul Ip and KCMG back at RCR in an expanded role in 2018,” said Torrey Galida, president of RCR. “Last season’s race at Darlington Raceway was an opportunity for our two organizations to get to know each other and explore how we could partner with each other to further build KCMG’s presence in the American stock-car racing market. We look forward to continuing to work on that platform with KCMG during the 2018 season.”KCMG will make its first appearance on Tifft’s No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro at Talladega Superspeedway for the NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday, April 28.
The Argentina international suffered a knee injury following a tackle from Burnley defender Ben Mee.Pep Guardiola revealed the 32-year-old has been struggling with a knee injury over the past month.The City manager also admitted the forward will undergo more tests on Tuesday to understand the extent of the damage and stressed the player’s latest setback “doesn’t look good.”This has also been backed up by the South American’s father, Leonel del Castillo, who told Radio La Red his believes his son is likely to undergo surgery in Barcelona later this week.“His knee was already hurting and it got stuck during the game. I’m sure it’s the meniscus, but tomorrow they’ll have an MRI scan to understand the extent of it [the damage]. I predict that on Thursday or Friday he will be operated on in Barcelona,” Del Castillo was quoted as saying by ESPN Argentina.Embed from Getty ImagesAgüero’s father expects the player to be out for the next six weeks, meaning he is likely to miss his side’s Champions League clash against Real Madrid.“He told me he thinks it’s the meniscus, because if it were a more serious injury, the knee would ‘dance’,” he stressed.Mundo Deportivo have also relayed comments made by Del Castillo, in which he states the attacker wants to go under the knife as soon as possible.“The doctors knew that this could happen to him at any time. He wants to have an operation quickly now to see if he can make it to the Champions League game [against Real Madrid],” Del Castillo added.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoTemenos by CNBC CatalystIs a Digital Revolution Crucial for Banks to Stay Ahead in a Post-Pandemic World?Temenos by CNBC CatalystUndo Manchester City’s 5-0 win over Burnley on Monday came at a cost as Sergio Agüero was forced off the pitch just before the half-time break.