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  • The Cinema Corner - July 21st
    The Cinema Corner – July 21st
    July 21, 2017 by
    This week cinema lost one of its greatest talents with the passing of director George A Romero, one of the most important figures in the history of horror movies. The Lighthouse pays tribute to him with a Saturday late night […]...
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Community

  • Pizza, Beer and Bikes
    Pizza, Beer and Bikes
    Are you a fan of exercising on two wheels? Do you like supporting good causes? Does the prospect of endless beer and pizza float your boat? If so, we have just the event for you! The Bath Pub in Sandymount...
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Culture

  • Classic Movies at the RICC
    Classic Movies at the RICC
    Are you a classic movie buff? Do you dislike having to pay to go to the cinema? We have just the thing! The Ringsend and Irishtown Community Centre will start screening classic movies for free, beginning this Friday 14th at...
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Memory Lane

  • May celebrates 100 years
    May celebrates 100 years
    May Roddy, a well known lady from Sandymount has recently celebrated the hundredth anniversary of her birth on April 29th. A party was held in her honour at her residence, in which her family, friends and neighbours presented her with...
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Events

  • Comic Con set to draw big crowd
    Comic Con set to draw big crowd
    This weekend sees thousands of comic book aficionados descend on the RDS for the increasingly popular, annual MCM Ireland Comic Con event. Among the guests on hand to meet and greet attendees, will be Sam J. Jones who...
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  • Community Spirit Awards Closing
    Community Spirit Awards Closing
    The Dublin Bus Community Spirit Awards scheme, which was initiated to recognise and support the invaluable work undertaken each day by local groups located within the Dublin Bus network, closes for applications soon. Ex-international footballer, Niall Quinn, has...
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Sport

  • Jolly hockey sticks
    Jolly hockey sticks
    Hockey has perhaps unfairly garnered a reputation for being a sport of the upper classes. Not so in the Americas of course where the frozen version is played by people of all social backgrounds. The field variety is a lot...
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Food & Wine

  • Ballsbridge Brew to Costa Fortune?
    Ballsbridge Brew to Costa Fortune?
    With the recent news that the famous coffee kiosk in Ballsbridge has sold for a massive €330,000, we ask just how much jitter juice the new owners will have to sell to recoup their enormous investment. Now while the sum...
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