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  • The Cinema Corner - May 26th
    The Cinema Corner – May 26th
    May 26, 2017 by
    Cult Finnish director Aki Kaurismaki returns this week with The Other Side of Hope. A comic drama that follows the intersecting lives of a Helsinki restaurant owner and a Syrian immigrant, it’s packed with Kaurismaki’s customary quirkiness, and is genuinely hilarious […]...
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Culture

  • Will RTE eat itself?
    Will RTE eat itself?
    With their seemingly endless self promotion and intense cross-platform selling of a handful of flagship programmes, are the big wigs over in Donnybrook setting the RTE ship on a rocky course towards self-destruction? It was journalist David Quantick, writing for...
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Memory Lane

  • Monkstown RC plaque honours war dead
    Monkstown RC plaque honours war dead
    November 24th last year saw Monkstown FC, on Park Avenue, Sandymount, unveil a new plaque in their clubhouse in commemoration of past members who perished in the First World War. The event saw a large turnout comprised of club members,...
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Events

  • Darkness into Light goes local
    Darkness into Light goes local
    Local preparations are being made for the first ever Pieta House Darkness into Light walk in Ringsend. The walk is to raise funds for the suicide and self-harm prevention centre. The 5km walk will take place at 4.15am...
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  • Sean Moore community awards
    Sean Moore community awards
    The Sean Moore Community Awards – first established during the 1988 Dublin Millennium – are returning for another year. The awards for “exceptional community service” were inaugurated to honour the memory of the late Sean Moore, former Dail...
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Food & Wine

  • Embassies set out their stall
    Embassies set out their stall
    February at the RDS saw another edition of Ireland’s largest annual trade show for foodservice professionals, CATEX, roll out an appetising flavour of what’s happening in the growing €6 billion foodie market. Front and centre amongst the more than 200...
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