Have your entertainment needs satisfied and your taste buds tickled this weekend at Sister Sara’s Letterkenny.The popular superpub on the Port Road has another spectacular line-up of music acts on the way for Friday and Saturday night.If you want to celebrate the weekend, make sure to catch Misty Days live from 9pm at Sister Sara’s tonight. And the top-quality entertainment continues on Saturday 27th July with the brilliant DJ Oisin Kelly playing the best hits from 10.30pm and free admission to the late bar.Sister Sara’s isn’t just a nighttime party venue – with Sara’s Kitchen, it is now a hotspot for food lovers too. They have a wide selection of small and big plates to keep you satisfied. There are delicious daily specials and a great selection of tea and coffees available.Find the food you’ll love by grabbing a table in Sara’s Kitchen, open 4-9pm Monday to Thursday and 12.30-9pm Friday to Sunday. Treat yourself to lunch, Sunday dinner, a midweek evening without the dishes or some nibbles with a cocktail! And if you’re a sports fan, Sister Sara’s will have all the best matches on the big screen for a great atmosphere this weekend.For more info or bookings, just call (074) 912 2238Follow @sistersaras on FacebookValue Lunch Menu at Sister Sara’s Letterkenny Top music and tasty food – it’s all at Sister Sara’s this weekend was last modified: July 26th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
frederic lardinois Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Thanks to the recent proliferation of do-it-yourself iPhone app services, the next big thing in Apple’s App Store might just be vanity apps. Take, for example, Appsfire’s Ouriel Ohayon, who just announced the launch of his own iPhone app. Ohayon used Odiogo Apps to create this personalized app. Odiogo, which mostly focuses on providing text-to-speech services for news sites and blogs, allows users to add RSS feeds, Twitter updates and photos from Flickr to its apps. Odiogo’s apps also feature the company’s text-to-speech services, offline access and advertising support. For now, though, potential users still have to contact the company’s sales department to get their own apps and the price of these customized apps isn’t clear. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#news#Trends#web More Clutter or a Great Opportunity?As the barrier of entry for creating customized iPhone apps continues to fall, chances are that we will see more and more vanity apps in the App Store. On the one hand, this could clutter the store with relatively useless apps. On the other hand, it could also provide a new source of income for independent bloggers who could use the apps to sell more advertising inventory or even charge a small fee for the app itself. Even bloggers with a small fanbase could reap the benefits of having their own iPhone apps.The question, however, is if users are actually interested in installing a single-purpose iPhone app that only gives them access to the content of one blogger. In the end, these apps are less flexible than a good mobile RSS reader. Apps like this probably make more sense for large multi-author blogs that publish a lot of content every day. On the other hand, the idea of being able to point their friends to their iPhone apps will surely prove to be irresistible for many people.
Edelkrone is at it again this week at NAB 2018. Meet their latest release, the Dolly Plus — an app-controlled dolly system.Top image via Cinema5D.You may remember last summer when Edelkrone released the Slider Plus, offering a fluid, motorized slider mount for anybody working with time-lapses or interviews. However, like most Edelkrone products, the price was hefty (to say the least). Well, this year at NAB, Edelkrone unveiled their next foray into the tracking game: the Dolly Plus. Let’s take a look at what you can expect to see. Cinema5D brings us an taste of the dolly with an interview and a demo.You control the dolly using an app, which allows you to determine the path and the movement. These movements include straight, curved, circle, and . . . square? The app lets you focus on your subject, and then the dolly will track the subject along whatever path you have selected. The head on the dolly can pan and tilt, and you can focus using the app.This piece of equipment is a must-own for the hundreds of filmmakers who simply refuse to push their dolly two feet forward — so they can breathe easier since they no longer need to exhaust themselves by pushing a dolly. Edelkrone is here to give your muscles a break — while depleting your bank account. The Dolly Plus will debut this summer, so pop an ice-cold La Croix, sit back, and let the Edelkrone app make a film for you.The prices is undetermined right now, but come on . . . it’s Edelkrone.Looking for more NAB 2018 announcements? Check these out.NAB 2018 Announcement: Manfrotto Gear Sets Filmmakers FreeNAB 2018: Aputure Upgrades Their Beloved 120d LEDNAB 2018 Announcement: Meet Sigma’s 14-24mm f/2.8 Art LensNAB 2018: DJI Officially Introduces New Camera Control SystemsNAB 2018: Fujifilm’s X-H1 Camera Gets Put to the Test
The Uttar Pradesh police registered a First Information Report (FIR) and detained four men in the case where a young man was allegedly beaten to death and his friend was injured by members of another community in Kashi village of the Partapur area of Meerut on Sunday.In the FIR, Aslam, father of the deceased, said that his son Shoaib and friend Amir of Kashi village were coming home on a bike when they were stopped by a group of men in the village and beaten mercilessly. The police have invoked sections of the IPC against Sumit, Seenu, Ankit, Rajpal, Chintu and Ramveer.
By all accounts Motorola’s Moto G, which was launched last year in November, was a success. It helped Motorola sell millions of Moto phones around the world. In India, the device proved incredibly popular as it offered consumers clean and usable Android experience at a price that was very reasonable.Now Motorola is back with the next version of the Moto G. Taking a leaf out of Apple’s book, Motorola is not adding anything to the name of the new phone. It is just called the Moto G. For retail purposes, Flipkart, which is the exclusive retailer for Moto devices, will call it ‘2nd generation’ Moto G but the name, at least on the product box, is just Moto G. But take the hint from Flipkart, we are also going to call the new phone Moto G (2nd gen).We will take a detailed look at the device in our review. But for now, we can tell you about our first impressions after we tried the device briefly at Motorola’s launch event in New Delhi.In terms of core hardware, the new Moto G is similar to the older one. But there are changes. The biggest change — literally — is the size. The Moto G (2nd gen) sports a bigger screen. It is a five inch-screen on the new devices compared to the 4.5-inch on the earlier Moto G. Thankfully, Motorola has increased the screen size in a way that doesn’t add much to the overall dimensions and weight of the device. It is still fits in a hand relatively well, mostly because of the curved back, and doesn’t feel unwieldy.advertisementBelow and on the top of the screen, there are speakers. We will check the sound quality of these speakers in our review.The screen still has 720P resolution but it seems to show punchier colours compared to the screen on the older Moto G. The viewing angles too seem somewhat better.Another big change between the older and newer Moto G is the camera. The older one shoots 5-megapixel images. The newer shoots 8-megapixel images. A few images that we clicked with the Moto G (2nd gen) hinted that the camera performance has improved. But we will like to use the device for a little bit longer before we can talk about its performance in definite terms.The build quality too seems to be better on the newer Moto phone. It feels sturdy and finishing looks good, better than what Desi manufacturers Micromax and Karbonn manage in their phones.The Moto G (2nd gen) is powered by the same processors that was used in its predecessor. While this looks like lack of progress, we did not see any performance related issues with the device during our time with it. The user interface (UI) was fast and fluid, the subtle UI animations were handled without any lag, scrolling was smooth and apps opened in a jiffy.The Moto G (2nd gen) runs Android 4.4 with the stock launcher and interface. Motorola calls it “pure android experience” because unlike other manufacturers it doesn’t modify the software interface in its phones.Overall, we can say that Moto G (2nd gen) looks like a decent upgrade to arguably the most popular Motorola smartphone. we would have liked to see a little bit more powerful hardware but Motorola, in a bid to keep the cost of the phone down, focused on two components that matter most — screen and camera.We will put the device through its paces in our review and test it against some other devices available in the market. Stay tuned for our review.