Salsa Limon moves from University Drive to Magnolia Ave

first_imgReddIt Twitter Demi Butler, senior news and media studies major from Jacksboro, Texas. She enjoys spending time with friends, walking her dog and cooking Greek food. She plans to work in advertising and direct marketing after graduation. ReddIt Facebook Demi Butler Demi Butler Previous articlePatterson, defense prepared for SMU’s offensive potentialNext articleTCU club rugby team ready to take on new season Demi Butler RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Demi Butler + posts printAs students returned back to campus this fall, one campus favorite departed. Only seven days before the start of the fall semester, Salsa Limón announced the closing of its campus location for good.Salsa Limon’s “Universidad” home resided at 3501 S. University Drive. This strip has housed many campus favorites, including Doc’s Records, Dutch’s Hamburgers, The University Pub, Buffalo Brothers and Pizza Snob.The Fort Worth taco joint announced its departure on its Facebook page.TCU360 reported that there is a seafood restaurant taking its place on University Drive.Salsa Limón will be relocating to its new location, Maggie, that is near Southside on the popular W. Magnolia Avenue. “I think they’ll do great,” said David Shaw of Shaw’s Burgers and The Lazy Moose on Magnolia Ave. “There’s a great market over here. I’m confident that they’ll still have TCU students here. Exciting things are happening on this street.”This isn’t the first relocation Salsa Limón has experienced in the past few years. In 2016, the “Museo” location (929 University Drive) closed as well. This was its second location where the goal was a “brick and mortar” feel. Rather than relocating and leaving the original building, Salsa Limón decided to relocate the building itself. The Museo building migrated 2.7 miles west and is now the “Distrito” location on White Settlement Road.Salsa Limón has come a long way since its first location at La Gran Plaza in 2006 and its first food truck in 2010. It’s no secret that it is a favorite; its street-style tacos were voted best in the city by Fort Worth Magazine.And for you die-hard Salsa Limón fans, we know there’s no place like home. Good thing your favorite tacos are always right around every corner. Linkedincenter_img Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Campus activities increase this week as TCU hosts Family Weekend TCU gets in the holiday spirit at the annual Christmas Tree Lighting celebration Twitter Linkedin Demi Butler Senior Choreography Concert showcases diverse talent TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Facebook World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution last_img read more

Pasadena Christian Center’s Drama Ministry Presents “Exit Smiling”

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Anne is Limerick’s Carer of the Year

first_imgWalk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April WhatsApp Linkedin Twitter No vaccines in Limerick yet Advertisement #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ NewsBreaking newsCommunityAnne is Limerick’s Carer of the YearBy Guest Writer – October 31, 2013 963 Email Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick center_img TAGSfeaturedMusic Limerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WHEN Anne Curtin from Ballinacurra Gardens was selected as Limerick Carer of the Year by the Carers Association, it came as a complete surprise to the unassuming 70 year-old housewife.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Anne provides full-time care in the home to her 29-year-old son Andrew, a paraplegic who has been confined to a wheelchair since an accident two years ago, and her husband Michael who suffered a stroke eight years ago.Anne, who was nominated for the award by Andrew, will attend a national awards ceremony in Dublin on November 5 honouring award recipients from across the country.“This has come as a total surprise. It’s a huge honour and I am so appreciative of it, especially as my darling son Andrew was the inspiration behind it. I had no idea he had nominated me for this award so I am very moved that he would do this for his old ma. I’m still in shock but it’s just lovely to be honoured like this. It is just wonderful,” said Anne.“I feel this award is not just for me but in recognition of all those thousands of people across the country who care for family members and loved ones. It is an eye-opener to see how much people give of themselves especially with all the cutbacks.“Becoming a carer is something I never thought I would have to do but there’s still a great family structure in Ireland and like so many others who do this job for no reward you just get on with it and give it your best,” she explained.The Carers of the Year Awards and Young Carer of the Year Award 2013, sponsored by Tunstall Emergency Response, celebrates the contribution of almost 17,000 family carers across Ireland. Family carers provide high levels of care in the home to their loved ones, including older people, those terminally ill and with disabilities.Speaking at the Limerick awards ceremony, Catherine Cox of The Carers Association said that family caring was a labour of love and, following a tough year of cutbacks, it was never more important to recognise the contribution of family carers.At the national final in Dublin next week, one family carer will be chosen as Ireland’s Carer of the Year 2013 and the Young Carer of the Year 2013 will also be announced. Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Facebook Print Previous articleFireworks seized as part of Garda operationNext articleLimerick man’s work acknowledged with Nobel peace prize Guest Writer #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boylast_img read more

Little League optimistic the season will happen

first_imgMaine-Endwell Little League President, Joe Chesna, is optimistic the season will be able to start at some point. Chesna says even if the season is canceled, the local league’s could still take matters into their own hands to play games in the future. “A lot of that is up in the air right now but once we ultimately get the green light we will determine what the most effective way to proceed is,” says Chesna. “Obviously the parade is a great day for our community and our kids so we will figure out some opportunity to make this as much about the kids and the community as we can.” “Like” Jacob Seus on Facebook and “Follow” him on Twitter. “Maybe it happens in September, I hope that’s not the case but we are going to try and be creative and work with the other leagues. Something so that the kids have the chance to compete and allows them to have some fun despite being inside for the past few months or so,” he says. Chesna says there has been a great deal of support from the towns of Endwell and Union. The league is in good hands financially and hasn’t been affected by the delayed start to the season. When and if there is a Little League season to be played, Chesna says they will look to hold the annual parade or a play ball day to kick off the 2020 season. center_img TOWN OF UNION (WBNG) – For now, the Little League season is pushed back until May 11. Leaders around the Southern Tier are working with Little League International to put a plan in place for the season to start. The fields are currently in game shape but due to town order they should not be played on. This includes any practices or everyday use of the fields. As both a coach and a parent, Chesna understands the frustration but urges town residents to stay off the fields. “It’s frustrating just as a parent and as a coach seeing the kids who usually want to be outside this time of year playing with their buddies.” “It gets a little tough being inside or more distant but there are bigger issues out there but we’ll make something work at some point in time,” he says. “If Little League International doesn’t sanction a season we could always do something local to make sure these kids do play and we get our season,” says Chesna.last_img read more

COVID-19: OJK extends annual shareholders meeting, financial report deadlines

first_imgTopics : Read also: Major businesses split over lockdown, support social distancingUnder such a condition, the OJK will extend the deadline for annual financial report submission from March 30 to May 31, applied to all publicly listed companies, the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), the Indonesia Clearing and Guarantee Corporation (KPEI) and a slew of other bourse members. It will also extend the deadline for annual report submission from April 30 to June 30.The OJK has also extended the deadline for the listed companies to hold annual shareholders meeting from June to Aug. 31 at the latest. It allows public companies to hold meetings through the electronic shareholders meeting e-RUPS system, which allows shareholders to avoid physical attendance.President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo called on people on Sunday to practice social distancing to help contain the COVID-19 spread. Indonesia has recorded 227 confirmed cases and 19 deaths as of Wednesday.The OJK on Tuesday told more than 70 percent of its employees to work from home to contain the coronavirus spread and limited working hours for those still required to go into the office. It also limited visitation services and advised customers to use online and phone channels if they needed the OJK’s assistance. The Financial Services Authority (OJK) has extended the deadline for publicly listed companies to release their annual financial reports and hold annual shareholders meetings amid the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spread in Indonesia.The OJK’s statement circulated on Wednesday referred to the National Disaster Mitigation Agency’s (BNPB) declaration as a basis for the decision. The agency announced on Tuesday that the “particular state of disaster emergency” status due to the COVID-19 pandemic would be extended until May.”The particular state of disaster emergency set by the government until May 29can affect the capital market industry players’ ability to hold shareholders meetings as well as to prepare and submit financial statements and annual reports on time,” the statement reads.last_img read more

Speedway Motors to Host Second Annual Racer Appreciation Day

first_imgLINCOLN, Neb. – Following a wildly successful inaugural event last year, Speedway Motors will host its second annual Racer Appreciation Day on Saturday, Feb. 15, from 1-8 p.m.Hundreds of racers are expected to swarm Speedway’s Lincoln, Neb., headquarters for this fantastic pre-season open house and sale. Speedway Motors’ Racer Appreciation Day will showcase hundreds of new and exclusive race parts and provide racers with an opportunity to try on new safety gear and take advantage of free shock dyno services and special pricing on parts counter purchases.Speedway’s seasoned tech experts will offer informative breakout sessions on critical topics like shock tuning and maintenance, driver safety, brake systems and cooling, plus tours of Speedway’s massive warehouse.As an added bonus, the Smith Collection Museum of American Speed will be open for touring all afternoon. Guests can also expect free food and refreshments, plus many chances to win great raffle prizes and other giveaways.“Local racers have been a crucial part of Speedway Motors’ success throughout our 62-year history,” said Clay Smith, president of Speedway Motors. “Our Racer Appreciation Day event is just one way that we can support these loyal customers who share our passion for racing.”For details on the 2014 Speedway Motors Racer Appreciation Day and directions to Speedway’s campus, visit Speedway Motors is America’s Oldest Speed Shop® and has made racing safe, fun and affordable for 62 years. Call today toll free at 800.979.0122 or visit us online at read more

Campout Chronicles: Life at Boeheimburg 2 days from Syracuse-Duke

first_img Published on January 30, 2014 at 6:08 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ My three-hour shift Wednesday night, from 6-9 p.m., came with little excitement. Yes, my friends and I played some lively music for the campers at Gate D. This time the main performance was “Milkshake.” Quick—who’s the artist behind “Milkshake?” It’s…OK, I’ll wait. No? Nothing? I’ll give you a hint.“My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard/And they’re like/It’s better than yours/Damn right it’s better than yours/I can teach you/But I have to charge”First, don’t lie, you just sang that out loud, or at the very least in your head. Second, the correct answer was “Kelis.” Yes, Kelis. Don’t worry if you didn’t get it right. No one did.Now, jamming out to “Milkshake” was good fun and all, but that wasn’t the main thing that stuck with me from my short three-hour shift. What really stayed with me was the Otto’s Army meeting that we were all able to attend.It wasn’t just a break from the cold, although that was amazing, it was a room full of students that have so much dedication to their school, and are giving so much support to this team. Being able to come to together as a community of die-hard fans has been fun and rewarding.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOver the past week I’ve learned that the ability to overcome all problems and all obstacles is what makes us stronger. Camping out in general isn’t easy. Camping out in the cold isn’t any easier. Camping out, in the cold, and having to balance everyone’s schedule so you always have enough people in the tent at all times, is extremely freaking stressful.Even though my friends and I are a large group (three groups of four), there are still times where we have to struggle to make sure we have at least one member from each group. It forces us to make sacrifices. Skip class (and be very studious and make sure we get all the missed notes from a fellow studious classmate), skip going to the gym, miss our favorite shows, etc…However, I have news for all of my fellow campers making similar sacrifices – it’s going to be worth it. All the times when you slept on cement floor rather than your comfy bed. All the times when your hands froze just trying to text or use your laptop. All the times where you fell asleep, only to wake up in a cold sweat. It WILL be worth it.This is an experience that will last a lifetime. A scenario that will never happen again. The first-ever conference game between two of the biggest powerhouses in college basketball history. It pits the two winningest active coaches in NCAA men’s basketball. Two of the top freshman dueling it out. A projected record-breaking attendance. College GameDay. Syracuse’s 20-0 undefeated record put to the test. When we enter that Dome, it will be worth it. All the hardships many of us have had to endure over the past week will make us even that more intense.Beat the cold. Beat Duke. Commentslast_img read more