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  • Troy, the storyteller’s Phoenix
    Troy, the storyteller’s Phoenix
    By  Kathrin Kobus The Phoenix is the bird of mythology, that burns itself up only to rise anew. A symbol that has sparked many artistic references throughout the ages while the ancient story and place of Troy has a hold...
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  • Jordan archive for National Library
    Jordan archive for National Library
    By David Prendeville Oscar-winning Irish writer and director Neil Jordan has donated his archive to the National Library of Ireland. The archive includes film and TV scripts, production files, storyboards, plays, notebooks and personal correspondence. Jordan, a graduate of UCD,...
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  • Old Wesley vs Naas - Match Review
    Old Wesley vs Naas – Match Review
    ALL IRELAND LEAGUE DIV 1B – OLD WESLEY 23 NAAS 31   For sixty minutes Old Wesley looked like they might, for the 2nd week in a row, upset the odds with a win over a higher ranked team.  However it...
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  • Bread41: Under the bridge downtown
    Bread41: Under the bridge downtown
    By Paul Carton  Opening this Friday at number 41 Pearse St is a bakery-eatery selling fresh long-fermented sourdough, pizzas, pickles and the latest food trend; fermentables kimchi and kombucha. Before I was able to ask Bread41 co-owner Eoin Cluskey on...
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