Man headbutted barman when asked to leave

first_imgNewsLocal NewsMan headbutted barman when asked to leaveBy admin – April 10, 2012 565 Facebook Email Advertisement Twitter WhatsAppcenter_img A MAN who headbutted a barman after he was asked to leave the pub he was drinking in has appeared before Limerick District Court charged with the offence, dating back to last June. 22-year-old Damien Wade with an address at Lackabeg, Cappamore, was before Judge Eamon O’Brien as garda Thomas McGlinchey gave evidence of the incident. On the night in question, the accused man was asked to leave Crokers Bar when he headbutted the barman working on the premises.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Suffering mild headaches and some nausea, the court heard that the injured man did not suffer any lasting injuries – some minor bruising being the only injury.Wade, with five previous convictions, none of which are of a similar nature, was represented by Chris Lynch, solicitor who told the court that the incident was completely out of character for his client who only reacted as he had a lot of drink taken.The court heard that the accused man, who pleaded guilty, had since made contact with the injured party and that there was no ill feeling between the two men.Mr Lynch added that no suggestion was made for compensation but Judge O’Brien adjourned the matter for “some form of compensation” to be made.The case was marked for September 19 to come back before the courts and for “progress to be made”. Print Linkedin Previous articleAbseil down the Clarion Hotel for Age ActionNext articleNew services for Shannon in summer adminlast_img read more

Twiddle Wraps Capitol Theatre Run With Help From Matisyahu, Eric Krasno Band [Photos/Video]

first_imgLoad remaining images Twiddle concluded their two-night “Frendsgiving” run at the beloved Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York on Saturday night with a two set performance with support from the Eric Krasno Band. The show on Saturday followed an impressive Friday night concert which featured Twiddle and the Kitchen Dwellers trading off a mix of sit-ins and cover jams. On Saturday, it was Krasno and company’s turn to rock out with Twiddle, as both jam outfits piled their equipment onto the stage for a night full of music that could only be experienced at a venue with as much history and memorable moments as The Cap. The performances of both bands were even streamed live via Relix for fans who were still out of town on Thanksgiving break to enjoy from the comfort of mom and dad’s makeshift concert couch.The night began with Eric Krasno and his band delivering a wonderfully powerful rock performance beginning shortly after the 27:30-minute mark in the video below. The popular guitarist and his band powered their way through an opening set that could have easily gone well into the night, but definitely helped set the stage (plenty of pun intended) for the night of music from Twiddle that followed shortly thereafter.The members of Twiddle took the stage following an introduction by robots (you can watch that at the 1:51 mark in the video below). Twiddle’s return to the New York venue comes just a few weeks after they shared the stage with Phil Lesh & Friends for night one of the Grateful Dead bassist’s Phil-O-Ween concerts late last month. The groovy jam band began their own performance on Saturday night with “Tiberius” off of their 2007 Natural Evolution of Consciousness album, which would remain the recurring musical theme for the entire first half of the show. The band would weave in and out of the up-tempo tune while mixing in “Mamunes the Faun”, “Orlando’s”, “Amydst the Myst” and “The Box”, before bringing the set to a heavily spacey and energetic end in with “Tiberius”.Set two started with one of the band’s newer songs, “River Drift”, before welcoming vocalist Matisyahu to the stage to help them perform “Latin Tang”. “Machine”, “Beethoven & Green”, and “Apples” came next, followed by a cover of The Beatles‘ “Rocky Raccoon”, before closing things out with their familiar combination of “Hatti’s Jam” > “When It Rains, It Poors”. The band would also return for a one-song encore of “Juggernaut” to close out what was certainly a successful holiday weekend at The Cap.Twiddle w/ Eric Krasno Band [Full Show] – Capitol Theatre – 11/24/18 [Video: Relix]The two Capitol Theatre shows wrapped up the band’s busy fall tour that began back on October 23rd. Twiddle will be back in action later next month with a pair of New Year’s concerts in Boston starting with a show at the Paradise Rock Club on December 30th, followed by the House of Blues on December 31st. Limited tickets for both shows remain, and can be purchased here.You can check out a gallery of photos from the performance below courtesy of photographer Adam McCullough.Setlist: Twiddle | Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 11/24/18Set One: > Tiberius > Mamunes the Faun > Tiberius > Orlando’s > Tiberius > Amydst the Myst > Tiberius > The Box > TiberiusSet Two: River Drift, Latin Tang*, Machine, Beethoven & Green, Apples, Rocky Raccoon**, Hatti’s Jam > When It Rains, It PoorsEncore: JuggernautNotes: *with Matisyahu** Beatles CoverTwiddle with Eric Krasno Band | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 11/24/18 | Adam McCullough Photo: Adam McCulloughcenter_img Photo: Adam McCulloughlast_img read more

Eagle fire fighters set to fry some chicken and you’re invited

first_imgOldenburg, In. — The Eagle Fire Company in Oldenburg will hold Drive-Thru Chicken Fry Friday, May 3 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the station on Pearl Street. Firefighters will offer whole or half-chickens, livers, gizzards, cole slaw and potato salad.last_img