WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter LifestyleLimerickNewsGER and Luke Culhane send a message to Government with new single ‘Prisoner’By Meghann Scully – October 24, 2020 479 Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Advertisement Facebook Linkedin Previous articleLee Names Side For Final Promotion Push Against SligoNext articleClarins and Christmas bring something special to LloydsPharmacy #BusinessSpotlight Meghann Scully WhatsApp TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Print Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash LIMERICK music producer Luke Culhane has teamed up with Ger O Hanlon, a singer/songwriter from Cork to release a brand-new single called “Prisoner’ all about life during Covid-19 which is out Saturday, October 24.17-year-old Luke continues to reach new heights, Luke is an expert when it comes to creating content and is an avid filmmaker. In 2016, at the young age of 13, Luke created a global video campaign against bullying called #CreateNoHate and since then has continued to expand his creative talents.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up He was awarded Limerick Person of the Year in 2016 and was dubbed ‘Young Person of the Year’ by a prominent French newspaper, Mon Quotidien. This young man’s talent and drive know no bounds.There is no goal that Luke sets himself that he cannot achieve. Luke has made quite a name for himself around Limerick, having won awards for his films including an RTÉ Factual Award for his film ‘What’s Your Story?’His interests have recently turned to music production and, like many of his other projects, he has thrown himself in head first and really emerged into being the best music producer he can be.Gerard O’Hanlon, known professionally as GER, is a 21-year-old singer/songwriter from Millstreet, Cork. GER began their music career from a young age and started to build a small following on social media platforms while entering singing competitions and attending both music and voice lessons through his teenage years.GER decided it would be best to further his music career by attending the University of Limerick to study music in 2017. While attending college GER busked on the streets of Limerick and in 2019, GER performed at Limerick Pride Festival. GER has been highly influenced by singers including Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, and Whitney Houston.In 2018, GER gained the online attention of British singer Jessie J for his vocal ability and his five-octave range.In June 2020, GER released his debut single “To Be with Him” as an anthem for pride month and it debuted at No. 1 on the Irish iTunes Top 100 singles and the Irish iTunes Pop singles and received many great reviews from music blogs and radio stations around Ireland.GER is now back with his third single “Prisoner (Feat. Luke Culhane)” that will be released on Saturday, October 24. The song was inspired by the current COVID-19 pandemic. The song is produced by Luke and this is their message to the Irish people and to the Government to keep strong and take more responsibility as the new level five lockdown comes into place once again.Ger said, “Over the last 7 months of lockdown, it really showed me a new side to the people of Ireland and our government. I’m not one to get political and usually stay away from all of that, but to be honest I just couldn’t stay silent any further.“This song is a message to the Irish government and its people to do better. People need to take more responsibility for keeping everyone safe. It’s been an extremely tough time but we need to keep going and trying our best.“This song also asks the government to take a look at some of their guidelines and to take extreme consideration in what they said so they don’t contradict themselves. For example one of the lyrics in the song is, “200 in a shop, still not allowed, 6 in a house what’s that about”. The rules need to start making sense if there is ever going to be progress.”Luke said, “We are a voice for young people and all people in Ireland. Ger really wanted to have our voice heard and we think this song best represents the frustrations we are all feeling right now going through this pandemic.” Email Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick
It was a valid question with the Clippers are playing better than they were a month ago when they were waxed by the team that took them to seven games in the first round of last season’s Western Conference playoffs.“No, no, that one feels like yesterday, as far as I’m concerned,” said Rivers, whose team will host the New Orleans Pelicans at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Staples Center.Why? Rivers was asked.“Because we got beat pretty bad and those don’t go away,” he said. “The wins go away quickly.”Even going 6-1 on the recent road trip couldn’t wipe away the memory of that nightmare. “No, the wins go away, but the losses don’t go away,” Rivers reiterated. “Memphis and Golden State.”Apparently, the 107-91 loss Nov. 23 at Memphis — the only loss on that seven-game road trip — also haunts Rivers. The 15-3 Grizzlies are second in the Western Conference behind Golden State (15-2). The Clippers (13-5) — winners of six consecutive games and eight of nine — are tied with San Antonio for sixth.The Clippers will get a chance for revenge when they host Golden State on Christmas night at Staples Center. The Clippers will have to wait until Feb. 23 to get back at Memphis, which that night will visit Staples Center.Rivers: O’Quinn’s flagrant 2 foul warrantedKyle O’Quinn of the Orlando Magic was charged with a flagrant 2 foul on Blake Griffin on Wednesday night when O’Quinn raked Griffin hard across the face as Griffin was charging to the basket in the second quarter.Griffin, who hit the deck, said although he took a good shot to the face, he was surprised O’Quinn was assessed the flagrant 2 and ejected.Rivers thought it was the right call.“That’s a flagrant 2 in this generation,” he said. “I don’t think he was trying to hurt Blake or anything like that. It was a hard foul, and the way the game’s called now, it has to be a flagrant 2.”Orlando’s Channing Frye chimes inWhen O’Quinn was called for the foul on Griffin, the Magic had whittled a 15-point first-quarter deficit down to 38-35. The Clippers went on an 8-2 run on the heels of the incident and Orlando never recovered.With O’Quinn gone, the Magic were missing their starting center — Nikola Vucevic was out with back spasms — and their backup. To Orlando power forward Channing Frye, that was too much to overcome.“We know Kyle and we know that there was not anything malicious about that,” Frye said. “They (O’Quinn and Griffin) are 250-pound men. These are two gigantic oxen going up. But that’s the way it went, and I think emotionally we just felt kind of let down from that and they took advantage of us.”This and thatRivers will be coaching against his son, Austin, when the Pelicans (8-8) come to town Saturday. Austin Rivers, a 22-year-old shooting guard in his third season, is averaging 6.6 points while averaging 21.8 minutes off the bench. … Clippers point guard Chris Paul is shooting 53.3 percent from the field, 42.6 percent from 3-point range — both career-highs. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Remember that really embarrassing shellacking the Clippers took at Golden State on Nov. 5?The final score was 121-104, but it was much worse than that as Golden State held as much as a 29-point lead.At about 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, Clippers coach Doc Rivers sat down for his pregame news conference ahead of his team’s 114-86 victory over the Orlando Magic at Staples Center.A couple of minutes in, Rivers was queried as to whether that particular loss was a distant memory.
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Authorities in Palm Beach County are currently searching for a woman who reportedly stopped a man while pretending to be an ICE agent and robbed him.The incident was reported on October 12 near the 700 block of 48th Street.The victim who is Hispanic says the woman ordered him to get into her newer Honda Accord, threatened him with deportation and then robbed him.She then released him and fled the scene. Authorities are now seeking to identify the woman. If you have any information about this case, you are asked to contact Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.
Port St. Lucie police are investigating a homicide at Tiffany Hall Nursing and Rehabilitation Center early Sunday morning.Police say a nurse walked past the victim’s room when she noticed an unknown male suspect sitting on top of the victim’s chest, holding a pillow over his face. The nurse immediately called 911 and police arrived to find the patient dead. The unknown male suspect immediately took off running and fled the facility.Police set up a perimeter and searched the area with the K-9 unit. The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office assisted with their aviation unit, but the suspect was not located.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by North Thurston Public SchoolThe North Thurston Public Schools Board of Directors will honor former superintendent Raj Manhas at a ribbon-cutting and naming ceremony at 6:00 p.m., July 24 at 200 Sleater-Kinney Road NE (next to North Thurston High School). The public is invited to attend the brief ceremony, followed by light refreshments. Please RSVP to [email protected] served as Superintendent of North Thurston Public Schools from 2009-2016. His passion for community engagement and systems-wide structures resulted in positive changes in the district, including a historical $175 million bond in 2014. Manhas also helped start the Compassionate Community Initiative in Lacey; recently NTPS students demonstrated their compassion by raising $27,000 for the new Lacey Food Bank.“Raj had a huge passion for community engagement and a vision for the future of North Thurston Public Schools,” said Board President Graeme Sackrison. The School Board voted to dedicate part of the 65,000 sq. ft. building shortly before Manhas retired in 2016. It was purchased with existing capital funds in 2014 for $ 2.2 million.Formerly a local health club, the renovated portion of the “Rajinder S. Manhas Activity Center” includes a new gym and restroom facilities (about 14,000 sq. ft.) as well as a space for furniture and equipment storage during school remodels, including North Thurston High School and Pleasant Glade Elementary.“The Raj Manhas Activity Center is a wonderful, public facility which patrons can utilize for many activities and events. Gym facilities are in high demand in our community and we know the new space will be scheduled quickly. We are committed to promoting healthy activities for our children during and after the school day. Thanks to our strong partnership with Lacey Parks and Recreation, children participate in healthy activities year round by using school district facilities and fields. We are excited to share this new space with the community!” said Superintendent Dr. Debra Clemens. She noted that the space has saved the district significant time and money. “The extra storage space within the facility is saving the district thousands of dollars per month in storage fees and the close proximity to North Thurston High School supports its renovation. Our construction projects are under budget and on schedule for school openings.”The front of the building has yet to be modernized; it currently houses the South Sound Reading Foundation and the district’s Homeless Assistance/McKinney-Vento program. Future permanent use of that portion of the building will be determined in part by the Facility Advisory Committee, which looks at construction needs for the growing district. If you are interested in serving on this committee please contact the District at 360-412- 4416.