Archive for December 2018

St. Patrick’s Church Weekly Draw 31st of December

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Memorial game tonight @ 7pm Ringsend Astro Park -Ringsend Rovers vs Rathfarnham Punters

Memorial game tonight @ 7pm Ringsend Astro Park -Ringsend Rovers vs Rathfarnham Punters

Ringsend Rovers and Rathfarnham Punters  play a memorial match tonight for an ex-player who passed away at this time five years ago. Brian Morrissey, who hailed from Clonlara, Co Limerick, sadly took his own life Christmas day and since then […]

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The Rise and Fall of the Great Dunner

By Alexander Kearney Christmas is a time when we are naturally drawn to thinking about the past. Another year gone or perhaps a whole decade to look back upon; the totting up of accounts both financial and spiritual. Almost exactly […]

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Home For Christmas Day

  There are many things that might inspire an artist. They might be looking at a sunset, and want to capture its beauty. They might see a striking face and feel the urge to express its charm. For Mick Redmond, […]

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St. Patrick’s Church Weekly draw 24th of December

     

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Reach Out and Touch Me, The Art of Intimacy

      By Peter McNamara What is intimacy, and can it be quantified, optimised, or commodified? Will technology compromise the future of human connection, or bring us all together in new and exciting ways? Intimacy is the name and […]

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Sandymount hotel’s Beatrice O’Donoghue wins Employee of the year award

Sandymount hotel's Beatrice O'Donoghue wins Employee of the year award

Sandymount Hotel’s Front of house manager Beatrice O’ Donoghue has won the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) ‘Dublin Employee Of The Year’ award. It’s Beatrice’s first time winning the award and she was nominated for the award by the management at […]

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St. Patricks Church weekly draw 10th & 17th December

   

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David – still Byrning down the house

By Peter McNamara Is it possible for an artist to stay creative and relevant into later middle age? Can a 66-year-old rock star really hope to keep pace with his younger peers?  Watching David Byrne at the Three Arena on October […]

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A mural in memory of Chris ‘Git’ Byrne

By David Preneville A mural was recently unveiled in Poolbeg in commemoration of local artist Chris ‘Git’ Byrne who sadly lost his life at the age of 31 in 2016. The murals were done by London street artist The Artful Dodger. […]

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