Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected] dating back to 1912 will be on display by Limerick City Museum and Archives as part of a major exhibition of work by Franz S Haselbeck. The photographs will be hosted at City Hall.From 1912 until his death in 1973, Haselbeck was a professional photographer in the city and he was famous for his work as he cycled the streets of Limerick on his bike in an effort to photograph and record major events including the War of independence and construction projects of his time.Running at City Hall this month and next, the exhibition is free to all and includes many archival documents on his life both professional and personal.Ranks Mills, the Shannon scheme at Ardnacrusha power station and water ways along with the construction of a Irish Wire and the Cement factory all feature in the work from the German who moved to Limerick with his family in the early 1900s.Franz S. Haselbeck’s genius wasn’t recognised in his own lifetime but now, thanks to the hard work and dedication of his only grandchild, Patricia Haselbeck Flynn, his wonderful photographs can be appreciated by all in a book launched by Collins Press late last year. Advertisement WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook TAGSexhibitionFranz S HaselbeckMusic Limerickphotographs Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Twitter #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Print Linkedin Previous articleCracked window won’t stop Ryanair improving customer serviceNext article2014 to begin with a blast and a gale Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy NewsHaselbeck’s Limerick on display through his photographs and worksBy Staff Reporter – January 1, 2014 788 Limerick Post Show | At Home On The Farm Exhibition Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch
View Comments Star Files Jonathan Groff Kristin Chenoweth Someone put these kids and Broadway superstars in Beautiful, stat! Stage and screen favorites unite with artists and children around the world in this touching international music video from Artists Striving To End Poverty (ASTEP), an organization that connects performing and visual artists with underserved youth worldwide to spark creativity and critical thinking and to help break the cycle of poverty. Kristin Chenoweth, Jonathan Groff and Looking costar Frankie Alvarez, Tituss Burgess, Debra Monk (who knew she was such a good drummer?), Julia Murney, Andrew Lippa, the cast of Big Fish and many more join forces with children of all over to perform the Carole King classic “Where You Lead.” Take a look, sing-along, and see who you can spot! Learn more about ASTEP here. Debra Monk
This home entertainment room will fit the whole family for movie night.Mr Quaid said the property wasn’t just for the immediate family either. The large entertaining area also allows for get-togethers and sleep overs. “This is an ideal home for a larger family or those that like to entertain, with five full size bedrooms in addition to a generous rumpus room to the front,” he said. “With good separation though it means that whether you have younger or older children, or a mix, everyone has their own space and privacy.”He said the owners of the property were sad to let go of this one-of-a-kind home, but hoped it would change hands to another family that would enjoy it as much as they had. “The current owners have found it an amazing place for their children to grow and there will no doubt be tears when they say goodbye,” he said. The stunning family home, built on 758m² of land, is nestled in the leafy green Panguna Valley Estate, a spot that Mr Quaid described as in high demand. “Panguna Valley Estate has been one of the most sought-after residential communities on the Northern Beaches for the past decade and more, offering larger lots, privacy, family friendly parks and paths and of course the benefit of being surrounded by nature – with many lots either backing onto forest or enjoying the leafy outlook,” he said. “As new construction leans towards smaller allotments, we see the value of communities like this only improving.”56 Leonard St is for sale for $780,000. Inspections are by appointment only by calling Tom Quaid on 0400 773 444 or Quaid Real Estate on 4050 1412. Light flows into the home to combine indoor and outdoor living spaces.He said open plan living and plenty of glass windows and walls made this home perfect for merging indoor and outdoor living. “A modern home built to a high standard, like much of the surrounding area, 56 Leonard Street nonetheless stands out for its exceptional use of space, with wide open-plan living areas and natural transition between indoor and outdoor entertaining, stepping from cool tiles to timber decking and out to the privately positioned pool,” he said. More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days agoHe said watchful parents could keep an eye on their kids from the home’s many vantage points, as glass doors surrounded the main indoor living area. “Glass bi-fold doors run the length of the main living area and effectively bring the outside in, and vice versa with the undercover patio letting you either entertain in style or provide a great spot to relax and watch as the kids play in the pool or in the cubby house.” 56 Leonard St, Kewarra Beach is on the market for $780,000BLENDING indoor and outdoor living spaces is a growing priority for families moving to Cairns. Quaid Real Estate sales manager Tom Quaid said 56 Leonard St in Kewarra Beach’s Panguna Valley Estate embodied that philosophy. The five-bedroom, two-bathroom home has space for a large family and visitors and provides a spacious outdoor entertaining space. Mr Quaid said families were increasingly looking for homes in Cairns that would allow for an easy blend of outdoor and indoor living options for parents and play options for kids. “Most of the time people that move to Cairns are here for the climate and the lifestyle – we may as well make the most of it,” he said.
Russia’s SCF Group has exercised an option for two 114,000 dwt dual fuel tankers at South Korean shipbulder Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries, according to Asiasis.The Aframax duo features an ice-class IA and is slated for delivery in 2019, based on the report.SCF was not available for comment on the order when approached by World Maritime News.In March this year, Sovcomflot ordered four 114,000 dwt Ice-Class IA Aframax tankers at the South Korean yard under a USD 240 million deal.Described as the world’s first LNG-fueled Aframax tankers, the four ships are scheduled to be delivered from the third quarter of 2018 onwards.Once delivered, the ships will be chartered to the oil and gas giant Shell.World Maritime News Staff