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Sandymount Re-Joyces

Sandymount Re-Joyces

James Joyce once said that the Dublin of the early 1900s could be reconstructed from the pages of his book Ulysses. It captures a fragment in time with delicate detail of a single day in the life of Dubliner Leopold […]

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The Spellman Centre: 20 years Serving our Community

The Spellman Centre: 20 years Serving our Community

The Ringsend and District Response to Drugs (RDRD), located at The Spellman Centre in Irishtown, has done so much to support this community. This year it celebrated its 20th anniversary. The Lord Mayor of Dublin generously invited the centre’s staff, […]

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Bats Along the Dodder!

Bats Along the Dodder!

Commune with the creatures of the night at Bats Along the Dodder! Bat Conservation Ireland is running a special seminar next week, dedicated to the Dodder’s nocturnal population.

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Heritage Week 2015

Heritage Week 2015

Check out the exciting events happening around Dublin 4 as Heritage Week kicks off this weekend! Among the events scheduled for Pearse Street Library are Connections – From Time to Place Through Our Memories, which will see Adelle Hickey create […]

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On the trail of patriots homes of the 1916 Rising

On the trail of patriots homes of the 1916 Rising

Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Rising. It has renewed many people’s interest in the lives of Ireland’s rebels of the not-so-distant past. Sean Brennan and Toírdhealach Ó Braoín have organised the Donnybrook Patriots Trail, a “Photo […]

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Cycle For Aware

Cycle For Aware

A charity event raising money for Aware Ireland was organised by the Bath Pub for June 6th. Aware is an organisation that provides support for people who suffer from depression, a condition that affects 450,000 people in Ireland at any […]

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RDS – beyond the horse show

RDS – beyond the horse show

The Dublin Horse Show is rolling around again soon – the famous international show run by the RDS in Dublin 4 every August. In the mind’s eye, the RDS most probably conjures up images of The Horse Show or a […]

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D4 bookworms revere Joyce and Yeats

D4 bookworms revere Joyce and Yeats

Summer seems like the appropriate time to celebrate some of Ireland’s most famous literary talents. This June saw the annual Bloomsday tribute to James Joyce, as well as a special celebration for the 150th anniversary of the birth of William […]

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Burls-Bridge Lady

Burls-Bridge Lady

By day, Nikki Brooks works in the commerical property industry in Ballsbridge, but by night she transforms herself into Lady Veneray, a comedy/cabaret performer on Dublin’s nascent burlesque scene. The burlesque scene in Dublin has been expanding over the years, […]

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Sober Lane App Blast Off

Sober Lane App Blast Off

Irishtown’s Sober Lane staged the launch of a new app on the night of Thursday June 25th. NewsFour was on hand to report from the frontlines of the Sober Lane App inaugural, an application that is suitable for both iOS […]

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