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  • Cinema Roundup April 24th
    Cinema Roundup April 24th
    April 24, 2015 by
    Sunday afternoon sees the Irish Film Institute screen Howard Hawks’ 1944 classic To Have and Have Not, the first pairing of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. The couple ooze chemistry, delivering some of cinema’s most sexually charged dialogue (“You know how to […]...
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  • Sean Moore awards roll around again!
    Sean Moore awards roll around again!
    The Sean Moore Awards 2015 took place on the evening of March 3rd at Clanna Gael Fontenoy. This was the second presentation ceremony since the Awards came back last year, after their nine-year hiatus. There was a buzz of excitement...
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Culture

  • Bunny Boiler
    Bunny Boiler
    It was not too long into the month of January that many shops, terrified by the festive void left over by Christmas, began to put their Easter eggs out on display front and centre. The moral of the story is:...
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Events

  • Sean Moore awards roll around again!
    Sean Moore awards roll around again!
    The Sean Moore Awards 2015 took place on the evening of March 3rd at Clanna Gael Fontenoy. This was the second presentation ceremony since the Awards came back last year, after their nine-year hiatus. There was a buzz...
    Read more
  • Rev-Up4DSI 2015
    Rev-Up4DSI 2015
    Get revved up for Down Syndrome Ireland this May! The tenth annual Rev-Up4DSI will be raising funds for Down Syndrome Ireland with a 1000km motorcycle ride around Ireland over the May bank holiday weekend....
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Sport

  • GREAT BIG LITTLE MAN
    GREAT BIG LITTLE MAN
    David ‘Babby’ Byrne was born in 1905 in Ringsend and lived in Thorncastle Street with his parents and ten siblings. He was known as Babby because he was the youngest of 11 children, not because he was small. From a...
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Food & Wine

  • Supernatural Sizzling Sausages
    Supernatural Sizzling Sausages
    The Super Natural Food Market runs every Saturday 9.30-3.30 in St. Andrew’s resource centre on Pearse Street. The market hosts a range of organic food stalls and the atmosphere is relaxed and casual. The free-to-browse approach, combined with the selection...
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