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From Covid to cork – bespoke and tailored to your taste

first_imgBilly Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash NO FEE PIC L-R Conor Duggan, Conor Mulligan, and Neil O Reilly pictured at the launch of Ireland’s first “tailored to your taste” wine subscription company delivered nationwide.WHEN the hospitality sector was pounded by the pandemic, Conor Duggan, Neil O’Reilly & Conor Mulligan had to quickly turn their hands, expert noses for wine and entrepreneurial spirit to something else.The dynamic young entrepreneurs blended their combined 30 years working in the hospitality, bar and wine industry along with their passion for wine and was born – Ireland’s first “tailored to your taste” wine subscription company, delivered nationwide.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up provides a bespoke wine offering, tailored to individual tastes and conveniently and safely delivered straight to your door in a beautifully presented box – the ultimate treat!NO FEE PIC 11/01/2021 – Ireland’s first “tailored to your taste” wine subscription company delivered nationwide.The innovation that sets apart is a quick online questionnaire and a clever algorithm which provides the experts and sommeliers at with a guideline on individual taste preferences.This allows them to curate a personalised box of three bottles of top quality, highly regarded wine each month, changing with each delivery but still remaining true to the customer’s taste.The convenient and clever concept is contactless and, for an introductory price of €49 per month, the unique approach will ensure that wine lovers are surprised with new wines each month, including a mix of old favourites and exciting newcomers.All wines they are sure to love.  The box also contains tasting cards with intriguing information on vineyards, family run wine businesses, food pairing suggestions and flavours in the wine to identify.It is a great way to learn about a world of wines not available in supermarkets and local stores. Full-bodied or flinty, there is something inherently dignified and sophisticated about being a wine connoisseur.  Pleasurable lock-down learning if you will!The concept provides an element of surprise each month with new selections to enjoy.  It takes the experience of shopping for wine out of the mundane and into a more exciting space.Via the initial quiz and open dialogue inviting feedback each month, customers are guaranteed their newly discovered wines will be to their taste.  They become part of a wine tribe to trust.Managing Director Conor Duggan said: “Our aim is to create a brand new way of enjoying wine at home. We want to make the world of wine a less intimidating place, to expand your palate and to introduce fantastic, great value wine you won’t find in your local supermarket.“We are certain that once you take our wine quiz and receive your first contactless delivery, chosen specifically for you, you won’t be disappointed.” he also features a gift shop with clever options such as the “Netflix and Chill” Box, “Rosé Bubbles” Box and they partner with local Irish suppliers Dalkey Handmade Soaps, Irish Sock Society and Skellig Chocolates.There are also gift cards available for the subscription service – the gift that keeps on giving!  All are beautifully presented and delivered nationwide.A perfect corporate gift or to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, occasion or just to say thank you. See or find on Facebook and Instagram. Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live TAGSBox of WineKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Twitter WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads WhatsApp Linkedin Printcenter_img LimerickNewsFrom Covid to cork – bespoke and tailored to your tasteBy Meghann Scully – January 11, 2021 143 Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Advertisement Email Previous articleOn this day in 2020: Limerick claim pre season double in the Gaelic GroundsNext articleLimerick Post Show | Limerick Mental Health Meghann Scully Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener last_img read more

Pat The Cope Gallagher facing a fight for survival with SF set to top…

first_img Previous articleMan charged following Limavady indecent exposure incidentNext articleBundoran body identified as that of retired Fermanagh farmer News Highland Pat The Cope Gallagher facing a fight for survival with SF set to top Euro poll By News Highland – April 26, 2014 News Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp Pinterest A new opinion poll has shown Sinn Féin on course to make a major breakthrough in the European elections, with sitting MEP Pat The Cope Gallagher from Donegal facing a battle to save his seat.Sinn Fein candidate Matt Carthy looks set to top the poll in the Midlands North West constituency, with the Irish Independent / Millward Brown poll giving him 17% of the vote, ahead of Fianna Fáíl Senator Thomas Byrne on 16%, who is being tipped to take the second seat.It appears ot be a four-way battle for the remaning two seats between sitting Fine Gael MEPs Jim Higgins and Mairead McGuinness, both of whom are on 11%, and independent candidates Marian Harkin MEP and Luke Ming Flanagan, both of whom are on 12%.Sitting Fianna Fáil MEP Pat The Cope Gallagher is facing a serious fight to save his seat with the poll giving him 9% of the vote.Of the other candidates, Labour’s Lorraine Higgins is on 4%, Independents Ronan Mullen and Mark Fitzsimons are both on 3%, Mark Dearey of the Green Party is on 2% and Ben Gilroy of Direct Democracy Ireland is on 1%. WhatsApp Google+center_img Pinterest Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twitter Facebook Twitter Facebook Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

USC resumes select on-campus activities

first_imgUSC will continue to update the community on decisions regarding the status of Fall 2020, including plans for housing, testing, contact tracing and instruction.  Project Restart task forces are working to identify potential contingency plans, including decreasing the number of people in residence halls and increasing the number of online classes. As faculty and staff return to campus, they will be required to complete a TrojanLearn online module that comprises protocols regarding proper handwashing, physical distancing, mandatory face coverings and sanitation. It will become more widely available once the University enters the next stages of reopening. Community members are also asked to continue following state, local and Universitywide health guidelines, including wearing a face covering in all public areas of campus.  The University acknowledged that cases in Southern California are continuing to rise and that rapidly changing circumstances may affect USC’s current hybrid plan. L.A. County reported a record-high more than 2,000 new cases Wednesday, although the number included 600 delayed cases from one testing lab. The county recorded about 1,400 new cases Friday. “We are a high-density campus in the middle of a city where community spread is rising,” the email read. “The safety of our students, faculty, and staff is our paramount concern and will drive our decision making about the fall semester.” University administrators are working with Los Angeles County Department of Public Health officials to implement safety protocols as USC transitions from primarily online to hybrid learning and operations. Departments and schools will prepare individual plans for gradual reopening based on their facilities and the risk factors associated with the programs they offer.  Testing facilities will also be available on campus for those who display coronavirus symptoms or have been exposed to an infected individual, and the University will offer quarantine housing for students who test positive or report exposure. Surveillance testing and contact tracing will also be conducted throughout the fall semester to mitigate an on-campus outbreak. Community members returning to campus from overseas will be required to self-isolate for 14 days. Students, staff and faculty who return to campus in the fall will also verify daily on the Trojan Check wellness checker that they do not have symptoms of a coronavirus infection and use a pass generated by the system to access campus and select buildings. center_img Students, faculty and staff considered to be at higher risk for severe disease in case of coronavirus infection, or who have high-risk household members, can access reasonable accommodations through Disability Services and Programs. University facilities are currently being altered in accordance with physical distancing guidelines, such as maintaining six feet of spacing between individuals and affixing barriers where people are unable to sustain the recommended distance. The ventilation, heating and air conditioning systems have also been modified to reduce contaminant levels. In-person workspaces will be limited in attendance to comply with L.A. County guidelines, which restrict gatherings to a 10-person maximum. Shaylee Navarro and Natalie Oganesyan contributed to this report. “Every person who returns to campus is responsible not only for their own health, but in caring for the health and well-being of everyone around them,” the email read. “The training and attestation underscore the need for a commitment by all to adhere to USC’s physical distancing, personal hygiene, and facial covering requirements.” The University has entered the second stage of its four-phase reopening plan, Provost Charles Zukoski announced in a Universitywide email Friday. Phase 2 entails the resumption of select on-campus functions — including clinical education, Keck Medicine of USC activities and select research programs — that are contingent on appropriate social distancing measures, while most operations continue to be remote.  “It is imperative that we share the responsibility for keeping our entire community safe,” Zukoski wrote. “We all must do our part to protect ourselves and those populations on our campus and in our neighborhoods who are at a higher risk. Anyone who is unable to follow these rules can request accommodation; all others are required to comply.”last_img read more

From obscurity to superstar status, Coutinho’s rise is complete

first_imgInstead, at age 16 he moved to Inter, where then manager Rafael Benitez hailed him as “the future of Inter”.That bold prediction was quickly forgotten as Coutinho found it difficult to adjust to life in Italy, with loan spells at Vasco and Espanyol providing more first-team opportunities but little to suggest his future stardom.Fortunately for Coutinho, Brendan Rodgers, then in charge at Liverpool, had spotted his potential when he helped Brazil win the Under-20 World Cup.Coutinho accepted the challenge of moving to England, where the frenetic and physical pace of play can sometimes overwhelm foreign imports.He hit the ground running and scored his first goal for Liverpool on his full debut in a 5–0 victory over Swansea in February 2013.It helped that Coutinho is teetotal and a devout Christian with no time for the nightclub antics that have derailed the careers of so many of his peers.That commitment to his craft fuelled Coutinho’s ascent and he quickly became an integral part of the Liverpool side that narrowly failed to end the club’s long wait to win the title in the 2013-14 season.Once Liverpool’s star striker Luis Suarez was sold to Barcelona in 2014, it was Coutinho who assumed the mantle of the team’s driving force.With 41 goals and countless assists in 152 league appearances for Liverpool, Coutinho was just as valuable to current boss Jurgen Klopp once he succeeded Rodgers.But silverware has been elusive at Anfield and a yearning for success on the grandest stage made it inevitable that he would hand in a transfer request when Barcelona offered over £100 million to sign him in August last year.Liverpool rejected Barca’s approaches then, but there was no such declaration of intent this time as the Reds finally bowed to Coutinho’s wishes on Saturday. Share on: WhatsApp London, United Kingdom | AFP | When Philippe Coutinho joined Liverpool in 2013, the Brazil forward was so lightly regarded that his signing was overshadowed by the arrival of Daniel Sturridge at Anfield earlier that month.But five years later, Coutinho has become such a formidable force that his departure is being mourned by Liverpool fans around the world after Barcelona signed the Reds star on Saturday in a blockbuster transfer worth a reported £142 million ($192 million, 160 million euros).Coutinho was just 20 and yet to fully harness his talents when Liverpool paid £8.5 million to bring him to the Premier League from Inter Milan, so perhaps it was not surprising that beating Southampton to his signature could not take the spotlight away from the capture of the highly-rated Sturridge from Chelsea.It did not take long for Coutinho to seize the stage however and, while Sturridge’s injury-ravaged career is in danger of becoming an afterthought, the Brazilian is now one of the game’s most coveted players.Coutinho’s against-the-odds rise is a tribute to a tenacious personality inherited from his close-knit working-class family back home in the tough Rocha district of Rio de Janeiro.Now married to childhood sweetheart Aine, Coutinho once said: “My family is the foundation of everything in my life.”He has needed that secure background to survive the slings and arrows of a career that might be glittering now, but for several years was full of potential pitfalls.Having honed his natural gifts while playing futsal, the smaller indoor version of the sport, with brothers Cristiano and Leandro, the diminutive Coutinho was offered a trial by Vasco da Gama.But Coutinho was so shy he clung to his father while the other youngsters warmed up.“After a short while and some motivation, I was fine. When I actually started to play, it was all normal and natural. I wasn’t shy anymore, I was enjoying it,” he recalled.The road was to get rougher for Coutinho, who was snubbed by Real Madrid when the Spanish giants passed up the chance to sign him from his Brazilian club for just £2.2 million in 2008.– Commitment to his craft –last_img read more

Day One – Men’s Amateur: Schmidt and Long part of five-way tie at the the top

first_img England internationals Ben Schmidt and Joe Long are among five players who share the lead after day one of the English Men’s Amateur Championship.In bright sunshine, but with winds gusting up to 40 miles an hour, scoring was tricky on both the Hotchkin and Bracken Courses at Woodhall Spa Golf Club.Schmidt and Long fired three under par rounds of 70 on the Hotchkin to set a marker.That tally was also matched by Kings Hill’s Jacob Kelso, Sam Done from Kenwick Park and Players Club member Jack Cope who were all round in 69 on the par 72 Bracken Course.There are currently 20 players separated by just two shots at the top of the leaderboard going into day two of the stroke play.After the second round of stroke play, the top 64 qualify for the match play which will come to a climax with a 36-hole final on Sunday.Yorkshireman Schmidt’s ascent to the top of the leaderboard on day one was in keeping with his recent form in big events.The 2019 Brabazon Trophy winner started this year with a win at the New South Wales Open in Australia.And he’s hoping that he can celebrate his 18th birthday on Thursday in some style with another good week at one of the flagship events in the England Golf calendar.Schmidt said: “The wind was messing with my head a bit on the front nine as it was so tough. It got worse on the back nine but I cleared my head and tried not think about it.“It was definitely hard out there. I hit a nice shot into 15 for a gimme birdie and a 12-footer on 16 and then rolled a nice one from 40-foot for eagle on 18 which was nice.“Obviously I had a good start to this year in Australia and got a win and then had a break because of coronavirus.“I had a break and played well at the Tillman Trophy the other week. I’m confident and feeling good.”Long’s tilt at success comes two years after he lost in the final of the championship to Tom Thurloway.The England Men’s squad player reached the turn in three under par after birdies at the third, fifth and ninth holes.A dropped shot at 13 was picked up again with a birdie finish on 18 and Long admitted: “I started off sloppily and then chipped in for birdie on three and steadied the ship with another on five.“I hit some good tee shots in the wind but played solidly on the back nine. I’m happy with it to be honest.“I came into the week to enjoy it – it’s great to be back playing golf after our long break. I had no expectations for the week – I’m just trying to enjoy it.“You just need to get through the stroke play and anything can happen in match play. I’ve learned to expect the unexpected on the golf course.“I got to the final two years ago and wasn’t far away but learned a lot from not winning it.“Fingers crossed I can go one step further this week.”Defending champion Conor Gough had a day to learn from after a round of 87 (+14) all but scuppered his chances of repeating last year’s heroics.Photograph credit: Leaderboard Tags: Ben Schmidt, English Men’s Amateur Championship, Joe Long 28 Jul 2020 Day One – Men’s Amateur: Schmidt and Long part of five-way tie at the the top last_img read more

Saint Martin’s University adds Two Minors for 2015-2016 Academic Year

first_imgSubmitted by Saint Martin’s University Saint Martin’s University introduces minors in French and physics for the academic year 2015-2016.These minors were approved by the University’s Board of Trustees and the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities. They bring the total number of minors offered at Saint Martin’s to 28.The French minor emerged from growing student interest over the years. In the past, students had to design their own study of French, typically through directed study courses; now, students can earn the French minor, which is 21 credits and includes courses such as French Literature and French Cinema. In addition, students can count their study abroad in a French-speaking country towards the minor.“Language in general is critical to students’ understanding,” says Kathleen McKain, professor of French and director of the minor. “People talk about global awareness and global citizenship but language plays a critical role in understanding the world.”The French minor is interdisciplinary and compels students to think critically about the world. It also contributes to students’ human development—as students struggle to learn a language, they gain a greater sense of empathy for people who are learning English. The French minor complements virtually any area of study; it increases students’ cultural awareness and makes them more competitive in the job market.The physics minor stemmed from the growing number of upper-division physics classes offered by the university. Stephen Parker and John Weiss, professors of physics, began the application process for the minor a year ago, presenting their idea to the faculty, the administration and the Saint Martin’s University Board of Trustees.The physics minor consists of 34 credits, including a 2-credit capstone project that allows students to explore an area of interest to them. Although the physics minor is especially useful for mechanical engineering students, it isn’t just for engineers. A wide variety of students can benefit from the problem-solving skills that are central to physics.“Physics isn’t just useful knowledge,” explains Weiss. “It’s a way of approaching problems.” Physics challenges students to think outside the box. Rather than plugging in numbers to solve a problem, students must take the ideas and concepts learned in class and develop their own solutions. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0last_img read more