Archive for May 2018

Good bugs or good drugs

Good bugs or good drugs

By Paul Carton Ever felt your mood lift after consuming yogurt? Or maybe your anxiety fell away after a certain meal? Or perhaps you live your life going by your ‘gut feelings’ and wonder has anyone done any science on […]

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Yeats Day Is Almost Upon Us

The writer credited with such famous quotes as “There are no strangers here, only friends you haven’t yet met.” and “Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.”, Mr. W.B. Yeats, was born in Sandymount on June 13th, 1865. In […]

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Chamber Choir Summer Concert

Ceiliuradh Choir, a Sandmount based chamber choir directed by Breda O’Shea will be holding their Summer concert on Thursday May 31st at St. Mary’s Church on Angelsea Road, Ballsbridge. Guest soloists Grainne Logue and Eilis Dexter will join the choir […]

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Defibrillators in the Area

NewsFour are putting a call out to all Dublin 4 residents to find out the location of defibrillators in the area. We have compiled the below provisional list, and hope you can get in touch to add more. It could […]

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The Cinema Corner – May 25th

The Cinema Corner - May 25th

Joe Dante’s killer fish thriller, 1978’s Piranha, plays late Friday night at the Lighthouse. Though made as a quick cash-in on the late ’70s Jaws-influenced creature feature fad, it stands on its own right thanks to Dante’s direction, which gets […]

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Sea Scouts Need Volunteers

Ringsend’s own 1st Port Sea Scouts currently have almost 100 young people on a waiting list to join their busy club. In order to get more youngsters involved, the club are looking for adult volunteers to help out with their […]

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Sandymount Garden Fete

This Sunday 27th May sees Scoil Mhuire in Sandymount hold their Garden Fete on Gilford Road. As well as the usual food and drinks there will be funfair and book stalls, an inflatable obstacle course and family entertainment. The event […]

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Can Dan Martin Climb Back to Previous Heights?

With Ireland’s Sam Bennett now at home in the winner’s enclosure at the Tour of Italy, one has to ask the question if the country’s other top cyclist, Dan Martin, will ever regain the success he once enjoyed. Only four […]

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The Cinema Corner – May 18th

Let’s hope we get some sunshine over the weekend, as it’s a poor week for new releases at the cinema. The best of a bad lot is Jeune Femme, yet another French drama about a woman’s attempts to reconstruct her […]

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Sandymount Dog Show

The sun came out last Saturday morning on Sandymount Green to welcome entrants and owners for the Sandymount Dog Show. Organised by Sandymount Tidy Towns Committee in conjunction with the Pet Parlour, the winner was Charlie, a 17 year old […]

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