Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Community News SPRING COCKTAIL MENUSODA POP SHOPAs a tribute to all our barkeeps who had to hang up their shakers and turn to becoming â€œSoda Jerksâ€ during the years of prohibition. We offer this section as a nod to everything carbonated & refreshing.Gindonesian WhistleCreated by Greg GertmentianThe spring release of our seasonal house bottled soda.Damrak Gin, Strawberries, Lemon, Indonesian Long Pepperâ€œCoke & A Smileâ€Created by Brady WeiseA boozy tribute to the American icon presented in its original packaging.Rye, Fernet Menta, Galliano Ristretto, Whole Egg, Coca-ColaWeisse CarCreated by Brady WeiseWe recreated the timeless, classic â€œSidecarâ€ using a Weisse (complete with its own side car!). Cognac, Curacao, Lemon, HefeweizenCurry-ously RefreshingCreated by Lacey Murillo, Pete Lloyd-Jones & Gillian GeorgesA refreshing toast to the East Indies and all the seamen who wish they had one of these on their long voyages. Batavia Arrack, Curry Lime Cordial, SodaSTUDY OF CHARLES BAKERBaker spent much of his life traveling the world and chronicling food and drink recipes for such publications as Esquire, Town and Country, and Gourmet. He collected many of those recipes in his 2 volume set, “The Gentlemans Companionâ€, originally published in 1939. Here we share some of his travels with you.Holland Razor BladeDiscovered in Batavia in 1931.Bols Genver, Sugar, Lemon, CayenneMexican Firing SquadCreated at the La Cucaracha Bar, Mexico City, 1937.Tequila, Grenadine, Lime, BittersDaisy de SantiagoIntroduced to Mr. Baker by Don Facundo Bacardi.Rum, Lime, Yellow ChartreuseRemember the Maineâ€œA hazy memory of night in Havana during the unpleasantness of 1933.â€Rye, Sweet Vermouth, Cherry Heering, AbsintheTIME FOR TEATea time is a time to set down and enjoy the afternoon with company. Weâ€™ve invited three of our most respected colleagues for tea, and would like to share their libations with you.Earl Grey MartiniCreated by Audrey Saunders, NY.Earl Grey infused Gin, Lemon, Sugar, Egg WhiteLiquor-ish Whiskey SmashCreated by Chad Solomon, NYLicorice infused Rye, Benedictine, Lemons, MintG,G, & TCreated by Nick Strangeway, LONDONGin, Galliano, Verbena TeaANATOMY OF A MEALSo often people ask us what cocktails pair with which dish? We find this extremely difficult since each cocktail and every dish are so complex and different. Weâ€™ve set out four cocktails which we think pair well with different categories of food. Still a work in progress, we encourage your feedback.SprezzaturaCreated by Pete Lloyd-JonesPlease consider trying before your meal to cleanse your palateCampari, Cynar, Grapefruit SodaMama Loves MangoCreated by Rosie RuizTry pairing with dishes where fish or shellfish take center stage.Mezcal, Tequila, Mango, Citrus, CayenneDinner at the Gamble HouseCreated by Nikita MininTry pairing with red meat or game.Cedar infused Bourbon, East India Sherry, Sweet VermouthRum ManhattanCreated by Greg GertmenianA good idea for dessert or along side it.2 types of Rum, Sweet Vermouth, Amaro Cio Ciaro Subscribe Daisy de SantiagoLos Angeles always has the same telltale signs of spring: the Jacarandas offer their magnificent purple blooms, convertible owners start dropping their tops, but this time around, thereâ€™s even more reason to celebrate: The Raymond Restaurant & 1886 Bar officially re-open tonight after three weeks of a full kitchen remodel, and theyâ€™re kicking things off with the release of their latest spring cocktail list! And the 1886 crew is bringing in an even newer spin to their traditional four-category menu approach with four entirely new categories; Soda Pop Shop, Study of Charles Baker, Time For Tea, and Anatomy Of A Meal. For their latest list of libations, they dug deep for inspiration and found it in interesting and unlikely places, translating each concept into a collection of cocktails destined to capture your imagination along with your taste buds.The menu had survived for so long and performed well with those staples, and I think we had played within those boundaries for a good long while,â€ explains consultant Marcos Tello. â€œIt was time to push it to the next level, while also coloring outside the lines. Weâ€™re blessed with a very talented bar team thatâ€™s made up with a mix of original core members and some new up-and-comers. We have really created a culture at 1886, so it gives us the ability to stretch the limits of what we can do.â€Judging from this seasonâ€™s list, thereâ€™s no limits to what the 1886 bar team is capable of. The first section of new spring libations is Soda Pop Shop, featuring a selection of four drinks that celebrate everything carbonated and refreshing. But the story goes deeper than that. As Tello tells it, not only is this section a nod toPasadenaâ€™s famed Fair Oaks Pharmacy and its old-school soda fountain, but back in the days of prohibition, many talented barkeeps had to take jobs as soda jerks to keep the money coming in. So which drink best exemplifies the spirit of the Soda Pop section? Says Tello, â€œI love Brady Weiseâ€™s Coke & A Smile. Itâ€™s just amazing, and it almost tastes like an egg cream phosphate, but itâ€™s bitter and has a Coke flavor to it. Itâ€™s made with Rye whiskey, Fernet Menta, Galliano Ristretto, a whole egg, and Mexican Coke, and we then strain it back into a classic Coke bottle and serve.â€Next up, the inventive Study of Charles Baker. An esteemed writer who shared his views on traveling, food and drink with such esteemed publications such as Esquire, Town & Country and Gourmet Magazine, Baker eventually culled his favorite recipes in a two-volume book called The Gentlemanâ€™s Companion. â€œSo many people have recreated the drinks exactly as they were done back in 1939 when the books came out, but you canâ€™t really do that today, because they were using different ingredients back then,â€ Tello says. â€œPlus, the fact that Baker was a world traveler and his ingredients are hard to find. So, at 1886, we took the best versions of our favorite drinks from his travels, and tailored them to 1886 Bar so we could share them with everyone.â€Of the more notable cocktails in this section of four sips, Remember the Maine, a sweeter version of the classic Manhattan, hosts a glassful of Rye, Sweet Vermouth, Cherry Heering and Absinthe, while the Holland Razor Blade combines Bols Genever, sugar, lemon and cayenne.If youâ€™re looking for the perfect addition to a lovely afternoon, Time For Tea has you covered. This sectionâ€™s trio of tea-infused libations comes courtesy of colleagues creating cocktails in New York and London, and each recalls the simple joys of having a mid-day break accompanied by a little cuppa. Of course, these cuppas have a little zing to them, but theyâ€™re still wonderfully refined and pair well with a stunning patio setting. Take, for example, the Earl Grey Martini, created by New York Mixologist Audrey Saunders. Its blend of Earl Grey-infused gin, lemon, sugar and egg white is sure to please.And finally, the most ambitious section of all: Anatomy of a Meal. Though, the 1886 crew has collaborated with the kitchen to help create many new inventive additions to their signature cocktails in the past, theyâ€™ve never really delved into drafting drinks to pair with the kitchenâ€™s meal offeringsâ€¦ until now. â€œAt 1886, we like to do long explorations into things. People say, â€˜I played with that,â€™ and my question is â€˜Did you master it, or did you play with it?â€™ We like to master things,â€ Tello notes. â€œPeople think itâ€™s easy to pair cocktails with meals, and itâ€™s not. Itâ€™s something that weâ€™re just barely trying to explore, and weâ€™re sharing that exploration with our clientele by inviting them to try these new cocktails and give us feedback. The Raymond has a new kitchen and Executive Chef Tim Guiltinan and Pastry Chef Jeffrey Haines are firing on all cylinders, so now itâ€™s time for us to play with some flavors.â€ And, all of the bases are covered in this section, from a palate cleanser in the form of the Sprezzatura, with Campari, Cynar and grapefruit soda to the shellfish dish-friendly Mama Loves Mango with Mezcal, tequila, mango, citrus, cayenne, and cocktails that compliment red meat and game dishes, as well as dessert.So belly up to 1886 Bar at The Raymond Restaurant for a fabulous feast of liquid flavors that represent spring. The 1886 crew are waiting for you!For more information about 1886 Barâ€™s new spring menu or reservations at The Raymond Restaurant, please call (626) 441-3136 or visitÂ www.theraymond.com. Business News Top of the News Your email address will not be published. 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Limerick Mental Health Association manager Tracey Corbett LynchTWO week after announcing Tait House’s plans to create and secure jobs on the city’s Southside, the community enterprise group’s chief executive Tracey Corbett Lynch has confirmed that she is to leave the role.At this month’s Metropolitan District meeting of Limerick City and County Council, a decision was taken to approve the sale of the former Provincial Flooring building in Galvone Industrial Estate to Tait House Community Enterprise for €90,000.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up When the decision was finally taken by councillors, after months of delay, Ms Lynch said they were looking forward to the decision being formally ratified by the 40 members of Limerick City and County Council at a future meeting.“Once this is in place, we will proceed with the purchase and this will mark a significant investment by Tait House to fulfill our remit to foster work experience and employment opportunities for marginalised people in Limerick through the provision of social and community enterprises.“Tait House now plans to create a Social Enterprise Hub, which will facilitate the creation of new employment, while also securing existing employment roles,” she explained.In a statement from the Board of Tait House on Tuesday, Ms Lynch was thanked for her outstanding service as chief executive since 2010.“Tracey indicated to the board in January 2020 that it was with a heavy heart she could no longer continue in her role as chief executive. Tracey has helped Tait House help others.“Hundreds of young men and women were able to get training, skills, and employment during Tracey’s time here. Tracey remains committed to the aims and ethos of Tait House. We are grateful that Tracey will continue to advise us as needed in these unprecedented times,” the statement read.Tait House’s Board then revealed that it will replace the position of chief executive with the appointment of a General Manager.“We are delighted to announce that Michael Quilligan, former Enterprise Development Manager with Tait, has been appointed as General Manager of Tait House. Michael has over 20 years experience in the community, social enterprise and local development sectors.“He is a proven mentor of entrepreneurs and communityorganisations, and has designed and implemented training programmes,” the statement concluded. Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Linkedin TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostTait House Print Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WhatsApp Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Facebook Email Previous articleCamogie Association Extends Suspension Until April 19thNext articleMan arrested after suspected gun and ammunition found following pursuit of car in Limerick Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie LimerickNewsTait House boss Tracey steps downBy Alan Jacques – March 27, 2020 1905 Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement
TheGovernment needs to rethink the way it adopts European law to save HR fromgetting wrapped up in red tapeWhenthe Labour government first came to power in 1997 and established the BetterRegulation Taskforce, people management specialists must have felt someoptimism about the new approach to employment law. TheGovernment’s aim, to monitor regulation to ensure it was “necessary, fair,affordable, and simple to understand and administer”, would have giventhem cause to rejoice. However, HR could not have foreseen the impact Brusselswould have on those laudable sentiments. Thelevel of employment legislation coming out of Europe is creating an enormousheadache for employers and HR. While HR is not against new rights for employeesper se, there is growing concern about the way EU directives are implemented. TheUK has to give effect to directives that are often drafted with Europeanemployment practices and legislation in mind. For example, the EU directive onfixed-term work was primarily designed to prevent employers on the Continent –where temporary staff are much more prevalent – from using fixed-term contractsto avoid restrictive legislation concerning permanent workers. TheUK government has until 10 July to implement the directive in a way that makessense to the 5 per cent of UK workers on fixed-term contracts. Not an easytask, given the huge variation in contracts and the reasons behind them. Thisis a good example of Brussels-led regulation leading to a disproportionate responseto the problem experienced in the UK. Difficultiesalso arise as a result of the deadlines for implementation of directives. Thetimetable is driven by agreement at European level, leading to consultationexercises that are often too short for the wide range of views needed forconsideration in the UK, as the Government rushes to give effect to adirective. Furthermore,employers have only a limited amount of time to comply with the law. Forinstance, employers had just six weeks to implement the Parental LeaveDirective in the UK. Theneed to implement EU directives also encourages the Government to focus onreaching a compromise between the typically opposing positions of the TUC andCBI. This is a politically expedient way of dealing with the issues covered ina directive, but there is a need for a more open, pluralistic approach todevelop practical responses to European proposals.Inaddition, EU-driven law is typically introduced through regulations, so thedebates in Parliament accorded to statutes, which help to develop workablelegislation, are missed. In this way, Parliamentary time is saved, and pressattention on the added ‘burden’ of new legislation on business is minimised. Employersare left to pick up the pieces of regulations drafted without sufficientconsideration of how they will work in practice. Most organisations simply hopethat they are not involved in the first cases that supply the much-neededinterpretation by the courts. Theway European laws are being introduced means people management professionalsare being distracted from strategic thinking. The speed of change and thecomplexity of new legislation are making compliance a resource-intensiveexercise. Organisations are losing out as their HR departments spend more timetrying to understand the law than on how to improve the business.TheGovernment needs to think about how it can adopt the principles of Europeandirectives in a way that makes sense for employees and employers. Thereis little reason to believe the tide of new regulation from Brussels will ebb,so the UK must re-visit the process for implementing EU law. Otherwise, themain beneficiaries of the legislation will be the lawyers. ByDiane Sinclair, employee relations adviser at the CIPD Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Help relieve HR’s EU law headacheOn 19 Feb 2002 in Personnel Today
Xodus and Leidos are joining forces on a new North America offshore wind alliance.The move will leverage Leidos’ renewable capabilities with Xodus’ 14-year track record in offshore European energy projects.Brad Barta, vice president leading Leidos’ Energy & Infrastructure Consulting practice. “We believe together we can provide unrivalled expertise and experience to our developer and investor clients. Now that offshore wind is set to move forward in the U.S., we are prepared to serve the industry through our relationship with Xodus, a proven leader in offshore energy.”“Our alliance with Leidos brings owners and lenders a truly consolidated service in the development of offshore wind projects from concept and financing through consenting to engineering and full supply chain management,” said Peter Tipler, Xodus’ renewables director. “With activity ramping up at a state level and new developments underway, momentum is building around how best to increase America’s offshore wind capacity. We are ideally placed to share our expertise to ensure that projects are delivered swiftly and successfully to support the transition to low carbon energy production.”Xodus recently added a dedicated advisory service to its renewables offering, supporting lenders, developers and the wider supply chain to identify and capitalise on renewable energy opportunities and mitigate against risk. Scott Hamilton has been appointed to lead the team, with a focus on due diligence, supply chain analysis and techno-economic analysis.
Wellington Recreation Commission has an opening for a full-time Custodian. Job would require 35-40 hours per week. The start date would be MondayÂ FebruaryÂ 1st. The successful applicant will have priorÂ custodial experience. More job details can be obtained at the WRC Main office. Please send resume and application to: WRC, PO Box 57, Wellington, KS 67152. Application can be downloaded from our website,Â www.wellingtonrec.com. Deadline to apply is January. 8th
BILL NEAL :10 Now listen to me Pittsburgh. I don’t ask much of you but I really need you on this one. I need everybody to put their collective prayers together for your friend and mine Eddie “E.J.” Jefferies. The best of the best good guys, former Pittsburgh Courier sports editor and the all time leader in wins in the Connie Hawkins Summer Basketball League as a coach. Get well soon E.J. we’re pulling for ya… “South of the border down Mexico way!!” :09 Speaking of the Connie Hawkins League, let’s not forget that from 1975 to 1990 the league was ranked by the Atlanta Constitution and Coach Al McGuire, (former legendary coach at Marquette) and his classic summer basketball league book “Heat in the Street” as one of the Top 10 Leagues in the nation. And no wonder when the league featured some of the world’s all time greatest players. Back in the day you would come to the Homewood YMCA or East Hills Park and see “The Hawk” himself, Kenny Durrett, Jeep Kelly, Armon Gilliam, Norm Nixon, Charles Smith, Sam Clancy, Ron Brown, John Marshall, Ron Carter and an endless list of world class stars. And don’t forget spectators included a who’s who of legendary names including Julius Dr. J. Erving, L.C. Greenwood, Blair Underwood, and Lamon Rucker just to name a few. Man those were the days!:08 Hold up…wait a minute…all this to say the 2nd Annual Connie Hawkins League Reunion will be held Sept. 8 at the Fox Chapel Yacht Club as a part of the Champions and Five Starr Corporation End of Summer “White Par-Tay.” This reunion is in memory of all our fallen legends: Armon Gilliam, Maurice Lucas, Jeep Kelly, Kenny Durrett and others. All ex-players and coaches from the league get in at 1/2 price with I.D. (And don’t try to front I know if you played or not!):07 Somebody asked…no not somebody, it was Karl Parker and the Giant Eagle crew…why I haven’’t mentioned Archie McGill, the former Schenley High great. Alright here ya go. Archie McGill is one of the greatest City League players of all time. He stands shoulder to shoulder with that Great Spartan State Championship Team…Kenny Durrett, Petey Gibson, Munter Brundridge, Jimmy Prince, HotRod and McGill. (Someone correct me if I am wrong…you know it doesn’t happen often Bill Neal at Overtime 412-628-4856).:06 City League Basketball, the history is second to none…mmaannn ya gotta love it!!!:05 Shout out’s to: The New Ozanam Basketball League for another successful summer in helping our kids be the best they can be under the direction of Curtis Cureton and Darelle Porter and the assistance of Coach Karen Hall and others. Don’t worry Karl Kohlman, the Guru of Pittsburgh Youth Summer Basketball, your legend continues in great hands.My long time main man, former college roommate and ex-great Gateway Gator running back Rob Chambers and Robbie’s Old School Southern Style Rib Joint out on Ardmore Blvd. Stop…Look…Listen (aka the Stylistics), put the newspaper down and go get them ribs right now. I am telling you and you know I tell you right. And you ain’t gonna believe the sauce.:04 Speaking of me telling ya right I told ya about Cam Newton didn’t I! “They” don’t know what “they’re” talking about and Plaxico and Pryor are coming next.:03 Can someone please tell me how Merrill Hodge, the former average Steelers running back, can tell…not suggest…but tell Tim Tebow that he will never be a NFL quarterback. Hodge you got some nerve and you need to spend more of your time learning how to wear a tie. C’mon man ain’t nobody wearing them 1932 Big Tie Knots!!:02 Here’s Your Final Word Top1. Uggla, your hitting streak for the Braves ends at 33 games. Nice run but now you know 56 games ain’t easy.2. The Uganda Little League baseball team got robbed by the U.S. State Department—Go online people, read the story.3. Cam Newton, Curt McCoy, Tim Tebow…those are champion names man. They can’t fail.4. Steelers lose the opener…it’s just pre season Peggy, just relax.5. I’ll take Dieon Sanders right now over our D-Backs and he hasn’t played in 5 years.:01 Get ready for the next Champion Enterprise/Five Starr Corporation event on Labor Day Monday, Sept. 5.—The 36th Annual Champions Mixed Doubles Celebrity Tennis Tournament at the Highland Park courts, lower level, open to all talent levels, huge trophies, $10 registration, Donna Bey, director. Call to register now at 412-628-4856.(Players Note: We wait on the rain!)“DOUBLE OVERTIME”:00 Here’s the short story, long story to come. The Champions/Five Starr Corporation White Par-Tay brought to you by the Soul Pitt and Brotha Ash Productions, All White Dress, 6-8 p.m., Happy Hour Reception, Par-Tay 8 p.m.-until. Cash bar, cash kitchen, (meet the Fabulous Diamond Models, D.J. EZ-E the Old School D.J., and if you don’t know now you know EZ-E is the baddest man in the land!! All these on the waterfront and you know the celebrities will be there. They always are…“We Are Champions.”~ Game Over ~
Wake Forest’s Codi Miller-McIntyre (0) drives between Pittsburgh’s Michael Young (2) and Cameron Wright (3) during the first half of a second round NCAA college basketball game at the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament in Greensboro, N.C., Thursday, March 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Bob Leverone)GREENSBORO, N.C.–Pitt guard Cameron Wright (Cleveland, Ohio/Benedictine H.S.) has been named the recipient of the 2014 Skip Prosser Award, emblematic of the top scholar-athlete in men’s basketball, ACC Commissioner John Swofford announced March 13. Wright wasl presented with the award prior to Pitt’s first-ever ACC Tournament game against Wake Forest at the Greensboro Coliseum.The junior business-marketing major from Cleveland, Ohio, gives Pitt a recipient of the prestigious award in its inaugural season in the ACC. The award was created in 2007 to honor the memory of George Edward “Skip” Prosser, who compiled a 291-146 career record in 14 seasons as a head coach, including a 126-68 mark in his six years with Wake Forest. The 2003 ACC Coach of the Year, Prosser won 20-plus games and led the Demon Deacons to the NCAA Tournament in each of his first four seasons in Winston-Salem. Every Wake Forest senior he coached graduated, and the Deacons placed nine players on the annual All-ACC Academic Basketball Team during his tenure.In order to be nominated for the award, a student-athlete must be an upperclassman with a grade-point average of 3.0 or better – both in his career and in the previous two semesters. Sixty percent of the award is based on academic achievement and 40 percent on athletic accomplishments.Recently named to the All-ACC Men’s Basketball Academic Team, Wright is a four-time recipient of the University of Pittsburgh’s Scholar-Athlete Award, and a two-time recipient of the school’s Academic Excellence Award. He is also a past winner of the University of Pittsburgh-Jaron Brown Pursuit of Excellence Award and was selected to the Big East All-Academic team on three occasions.Wright has played a key role in the Panthers’ 23-8 season that included 11 ACC regular-season wins. While starting all 31 games this season, Wright has averaged 10.8 points while shooting just over 47 percent from the floor. He has also pulled down 3.4 rebounds per game and ranks third on the team in assists with 2.7 per game. He has reached double figure scoring in 18 games.Wright is Pitt’s fourth all-time conference scholar-athlete award winner in men’s basketball. Other award winners include Joey David (1984-85), Darren Morningstar (1991-92) and Aaron Gray (2006-07). He is the second player to earn a men’s basketball top scholar-athlete award since Jamie Dixon became head coach in 2003. Earlier this year, it was announced that Pitt led the league with four All-ACC Academic Team selections.Clemson guard Cliff Hammonds (2008), Miami guard Jack McClinton (2009), Virginia center Jerome Meyinsse (2010) and North Carolina center Tyler Zeller (2011 and 2012) and Duke’s Mason Plumlee (2013) are past Skip Prosser Award recipients.