#newmusic CHINA FIELD RECORDINGS – ‘Kotoia ta loa’

first_imgAdvertisement News#newmusic CHINA FIELD RECORDINGS – ‘Kotoia ta loa’By Eric Fitzgerald – July 25, 2014 740 Previous article#newmusic GOING 90 – ‘Slow’Next articleEmergency Road Closures Limerick Eric Fitzgeraldhttp://www.limerickpost.ieEric writes for the Entertainment Pages of Limerick Post Newspaper and edits the music blog www.musiclimerick.com where you can watch and listen to music happening in the city and beyond. Twitter Facebook Linkedincenter_img Email WhatsApp Print LIMERICK musician and field recordist Brendan Donnelly, one part of China Field Recordings, has released a new track. Using portable recording equipment, Brendan and Basque musician Benat Fuentes travelled throughout the Zhejiang region in China capturing the sounds of rural Chinese folk and ethnic music. ‘Kotoia ta loa’ was created using sounds from Mr and Mrs Pan’s cotton workshop located on Hangzhou’s famous He Fang Street. Hear it at www.chinafieldrecordings.comSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up last_img read more

18th-Century Colonial Home in Stony Brook Asks $899K

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A colonial home built in 1750 is listed for sale at 246 Christian Ave. in Stony Brook.Sea captain Charles Mills, an early colonial-era settler, once owned this nearly 1-acre property. The six-bedroom home oozes with rustic, old world charm while offering modern updates. A nice, historic touch, for example, is the traditional stained glass window with a ship and “1750” designed on it.Tall windows and high cathedral ceilings with wooden plank beams give this home natural light and spaciousness throughout. That includes the eat-in kitchen, where plenty of sunlight floods in. The kitchen also has a large pantry cabinet and wood cabinets, drawers, and countertops. The house’s wide plank floors and four fireplaces are a cozy combination for the upcoming winter. The home also has a den/family room and a powder room — plus, the bedrooms have large closets and built-in shelving for storage in the walls. The partial basement is unfinished and just waiting for a real makeover; the possibilities are endless.Atop the three-floor home is a new cedar roof. Next to the house is a separate two-car garage, which has legal space in it to make a home studio or office — complete with heat and a half bathroom. There is also a small deck connected to the house in the backyard.The house is close to the village and beaches, and it falls in the Three Village School District.The asking price is $899,000, not including the annual property tax of $20,777.The real estate agent listed for the property is Stephanie Carollo, of Realty Connect USA LI Inc., who can be reached at 631-941-4300. For more real estate news, visit longislandpress.com/category/real-estate.Sign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here.last_img read more

IMCA Modifieds headline Skip Rose Memorial at I-35

first_imgMASON CITY, Iowa – The IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified driver taking the checkers at I-35 Speedway’s Sunday, May 24 Skip Rose Memorial takes home $1,000.The feature is a qualifying event for the 2015 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot.IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars also race for $1,000 to win, while Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods vie for $700, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks for $600 and Mach-1 Sport Compacts for $200.IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional, Allstar Performance State and local track points will be given.Pit gates open at 4 p.m., the grandstand opens at 5 p.m., the draw closes at 5:45 p.m. and racing follows 6 p.m. hot laps on Sunday.Grandstand admission is $15 for adults, $5 for children ages 6-12 and free for five and under. Family passes are $40. Pit passes are $30.More information is available at the www.I-35speedway.com website or by calling 641 424-6515 or 515 320-0066.last_img read more

Georgia alumni invite SEC teams to root against Alabama — and it went horribly wrong

first_imgLook @ufalumni, we’ve said a lot of things to each other over the years… But at least we never made Tim Tebow cry. Cheer for revenge against Bama, and come be a #DawgForADay. #SECChampionship | #GoDawgs | #BeatBama pic.twitter.com/oIPLL8dAjk— UGA Alumni (@ugaalumniassoc) November 29, 2018The University of Florida’s Alumni Twitter page was not so willing to jump on the bandwagon, which resulted in a funny back-and-forth between the two accounts.pic.twitter.com/ra8qjQoYnt— UGA Alumni (@ugaalumniassoc) November 29, 2018pic.twitter.com/6KP593f4xI— UGA Alumni (@ugaalumniassoc) November 29, 2018 A Georgia win this weekend could potentially benefit the University of Florida, but it still seems unlikely that any Florida alumni will willingly root for either team.A few other SEC schools responded to Georgia’s invite. pic.twitter.com/z1IjxTelkJ— Auburn University (@AuburnU) November 29, 2018pic.twitter.com/furAMq5oom— Ole Miss Alumni (@OleMissAlumni) November 29, 2018 The Georgia Bulldogs will take on the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2018 SEC championship game on Saturday, and the University of Georgia Alumni Association hopes to recruit some new Dawg fans ahead of the big game.The UGA Alumni Twitter page extended invites to Mississippi State, Auburn, LSU and the University of Florida, among other SEC schools, to become a #DawgForADay and join them in rooting against the Crimson Tide.  MORE: College Football Playoff rankings: Plotting six scenarioslast_img read more