RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kevin SheehyTHE man charged with murdering Limerick boxer Kevin Sheehy in a hit and run last July has been further charged with endangering the lives of others, arising out of the same incident.Logan Jackson (29) of Longford Road, Coventry, England is alleged to have driven a vehicle dangerously and at high speed in the direction of pedestrians on Hyde Road, Limerick, on July 1, 2019.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Detective Garda Shane Ryan, Roxboro Road Garda Station, told Limerick District Court that Mr Jackson made no reply when he charged him with endangerment.Mr Jackson was charged on July 3 last with the murder of the five time Irish boxing champion boxer whose body was found at Hyde Road at 4.40 am on the morning in question.Judge Patrick Durkan remanded Mr Jackson in custody to appear before Limerick District Court on Tuesday, November 12. Previous articleMag’s 88 kilometres buys handbikes for disabledNext articleNew routes will bring Shannon closer to the heart of Europe David Raleigh TAGSAn Garda SíochánaCourtCrimeKevin SheehyLimerick CityNews Linkedin Twitter Gardaí step up operations to tackle Limerick dognappers NewsFurther charge over murder of Limerick boxerBy David Raleigh – November 7, 2019 3106 Vicky calls for right to die with dignity Advertisement WhatsApp Thefts of catalytic converters on the rise #crimeprevention Email New parklet changes Catherine Street dining experience Facebook Print Woman arrested and €72,000 seized in Westbury Rape Crisis welcomes publication of O’Malley report
Facebook47Tweet0Pin0Submitted by The Lanai CafeThe Wall Street Journal headline states, “The Band Kahulanui Updates the Musical Bridge Between Hawaii and the Mainland” and on March 18, Kahulanui makes a stop in Olympia as part of their 2016 west coast tour. See them live at The Washington Center for the Performing Arts and complete the Hawaiian experience with dinner just around the block at Olympia’s newest Hawaiian restaurant, The Lanai Cafe.Mixx96 FM, The Lanai and The Washington Center have teamed up to send two people to dinner and the show on Friday, March 18. Here is your chance to see the Grammy award winning Hawaiian “Swing Kings” and eat ono grindz for free.The Big DanceLolena Naipo, Jr is the third generation leader of Kahulanui, bringing it’s original brand of Hawaiian swing music to Olympia.What is the inspiration for Kahulanui? The band homepage states, “Kahulanui (The Big Dance) is an inspiration passed down three generations from grandfather Robert Kahulanui Naipo, to dad Rodgers L.L. Naipo Sr., to grandson and Kahulanui band leader, Lolena Naipo, Jr.” To hear their sounds and preview the band in action take a look at this YouTube video.Who is Kahulanui you ask? According to their “Meet the Band” page at kahulanui.com, “Kahulanui has a core group of four members. The ‘core four’ of the band are Patrick Eskildsen on electric bass, lead guitar and vocals; Duke Tatom on ‘ukulele and vocals; Tim Taylor on drums/percussion and, of course, Lena Naipo on lead vocals and guitar. Kahulanui’s exciting horn section is comprised of Jesse Snyder on tenor sax, Bill Noble on baritone and alto saxophones, Joshua Timmons on trumpet, and Vincent D’Angelo on trombone. On steel guitar is Dwight Tokumoto.”Local Island FavoritesThe Lanai’s Ultimate Sampler Platter for Two is a customer favorite.Olympia’s newest Hawaiian restaurant, The Lanai Cafe, opened in September 2015 and seeks to bring “local island favorites” from Hawaii to Olympia. They are already making great contributions to the community and are a finalist for the Thurston Economic Development Council’s 2015 “New Business of the Year” award. And, in addition to community accolades, the restaurant is getting rave reviews from diners who are thrilled to have a taste of the islands in downtown Olympia. Visit The Lanai’s Facebook page and read some of the 68 reviews with an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars. Or, simply stop by and taste for yourself.With live music on Friday nights and the popular “Ultimate Sampler Platter for Two”, The Lanai is quickly becoming an Olympia hotspot. You can find their menu online and visit the restaurant at 514 Capitol Way S just around the block from The Washington Center. Call (360) 584-9885 or go online to make a reservation.Enter to WinDon’t miss this opportunity to experience a piece of the Hawaiian culture. Win two tickets to see Kahulanui at The Washington Center for the Performing Arts and complete the experience with dinner for two at The Lanai Cafe. Enter to win at The Lanai Cafe by 8:00 p.m. on March 10. No purchase is necessary.Official Rules for The Lanai Café/Kahulanui Contest can be found online here.Contest made possible by The Lanai Cafe, The Washington Center for the Performing Arts and Mixx96.
Advertisement vuk0NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vseu30Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ehub( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 5yzm46Would you ever consider trying this?😱6yCan your students do this? 🌚b68Roller skating! Powered by Firework India skipper Harmanpreet Kaur steered her side to a comfortable victory against England in the opening game of the T20I tri-series in Canberra on Friday. The Women in Blues restricted England to 147/7, after a fantastic display from spinners Rajeshwari Gayakwad (2/19), Deepti Sharma (2/30) and left-armer Radha Yadav (1/33). India chased down the target with three balls to spare as Harmanpreet remained unbeaten at 42 off 34 balls.Advertisement Photo Credit: Cricket CountryUpon winning the toss, India opted to field first and the bowlers reduced a formidable English batting order to 59 for 4 in 10 overs. Harmanpreet’s counterpart Heather Knight then came to the rescue with a crucial knock of 67 off 44 balls (her career-best) along with Tammy Beaumont who played a lively innings – leading England to a decent total of 147 in 20 overs.India started their chase brilliantly as youngsters Shafali Verma and Jemimah Rodrigues took the score to 64 in just 8 overs. But luck favoured England in the middle overs, as they staged a strong fightback getting rid of both the set batters. However, skipper Harmanpreet led from the front and finished the match with composure even when India were half-a-side down at 122.Advertisement Earlier in the day, Rajeshwari Gayakwad who was playing her first T20I game since June 2018, removed opener Jones in her first and Danni Wyatt in the second over as England struggled throughout the Powerplay. However, India’s fielding wasn’t up to the mark as they dropped Nat Sciver on 8 and Heather Knight twice, once on 5 and the second on 13.But the main talking point of the fixture was when English keeper Amy Jones, took a brilliant catch to dismiss Smriti Mandhana, but the action replay showed that the ball had fallen to the ground before reaching her hand, as the third umpire reversed the decision much to her discontent.Advertisement England Women 147/7 (Heather Knight 67, Tammy Beaumont 37) (Rajeshwari Gayakwad 2-19, Deepti Sharma 2-30) India Women 150/5 (Harmanpreet Kaur 42*, Shafali Verma 30) (Katherine Brunt 2-33)You may also like:NZ vs IND 4th T20 Review: India yet again produce Super Over fireworks to mow down New Zealand!Watch: Jemimah Rodrigues and Harleen Deol dedicate a rap song to ‘Thor’ Harmanpreet Kaur Advertisement