Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year Vicky calls for right to die with dignity WhatsApp Unstoppable Sean shows that all things are possible Gardaí have arrested and charged two men in their 20s and 30s following a burglary at a house in Castleconnell, Co Limerick on Wednesday, October 24, 2018.At approximately 10am Gardaí received a report of two males acting suspiciously in Castleconnell and a further report of a burglary that had just occurred at a house in the area. A description of the men was circulated to Gardaí and two men were arrested a short time later.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Both men were detained at Mayorstone Park Garda Station under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984 and have since been charged. They are due to appear before Limerick City District Court this morning at 10:30am.Speaking at Henry Street Garda Station today, Crime Prevention Officer Ber Leech said, “the winter phase of Operation Thor will be launching soon and there are a few tips to help keep your home more secure.“Light up your home as best possible, use timer switches if you are heading out. Keep your house and car keys away from windows and doors. Put the alarm on, even when you are at home. Don’t keep large amounts of cash or jewellery at home if possible.“Most importantly, look out for each other. You can’t beat good neighbours. If you notice anything suspicious, call the Gardaí immediately. This is exactly what happened here and as a result, we were able to arrest both suspects.”[email protected] Limerick on Covid watch list RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Facebook Previous articleCapturing the spirit around Lough GurNext articleEarls signs new three year deal with Munster and Ireland Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow Advertisement Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat NewsCrime & CourtTwo men arrested and charged for burglary in CastleconnellBy Staff Reporter – October 25, 2018 1960 Print Twitter Email TAGSCrimeLimerick CountyNews
David Byrne has announced the forthcoming reissue of his 2004 solo LP, Grown Backwards. The studio album, which was initially released on March 16th, 2004, will celebrate its 15th anniversary this spring when it arrives on vinyl for the first time via Nonesuch Records on March 15th. The album was Byrne’s last full-length solo project until American Utopia arrived in March of last year.The forthcoming reissue will include all 15 tracks originally featured on the album in addition to six new bonus recordings including a duet alongside Brazilian composer Caetano Veloso on a song titled, “Dreamworld”. The reissue will come in the form of a double LP pressed on 140g vinyl and will arrive in metallic sleeve packaging.According to a statement shared by Nonesuch, Bryne worked from the “top down” when initially developing the foundations of the songs which would end up on Grown Backwards. He began the process by humming melodies into a micro-cassette recorder and later unscrambling those raw musical ideas to develop what would ultimately end up as songs. That strategy marked a significant change from Byrne’s usual songwriting process. The album was recorded at Kampo Studios in New York City, where Byrne co-produced the project alongside Patrick Dillett.Related: David Byrne Reflects On Recent Trip To India’s Chennai Music Festival In New Blog Post Like many of Byrne’s projects, the recordings on Grown Backwards featured an enormous mix of instruments used in the tracking process. Clarinets, nylon-string guitars, euphoniums, prepared pianos, theremins, and even a vacuum cleaner were all used as instrumentation throughout the recording of the album.Byrne has kept a pretty low profile so far in 2019 after spending much of last year performing across the country in promotion of his Grammy-nominated American Utopia LP. The recorded performances captured throughout Byrne’s lengthy 2018 tour even resulted in a new live EP, titled, The Best Live Show Of All Time. Fans can click here to pre-order the forthcoming reissue, which costs a manageable $23 with a free digital download thrown in as well.