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Want to join a Choir?

Do you ever find yourself singing in the shower? Joining in with the latest tunes on the car stereo, or watching X-Factor and thinking you can do better? Well, maybe you should join a choir! Sandymount Gospel Choir are holding […]

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The Cinema Corner – September 8th

The Cinema Corner - September 8th

The Lighthouse cinema’s season of movies revolving around journalism continues with some absolute crackers this week. Nothing more needs to be said about Citizen Kane, which plays Sunday. You can also catch Sidney Lumet’s brilliant media satire Network on Friday […]

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Famine Display Continues

An exhibition to commemorate the Irish Famine, which lasted from 1845 to 1852, continues until the end of September in Dublin’s city centre. The event, entitled ‘The Irish Potato Famine”, is running on the top floor of St Stephen’s Green […]

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The Cinema Corner – September 1st

The Cinema Corner - September 1st

Paul Verhoeven’s satiritical sci-fi thriller Robocop turned 30 this year, and to celebrate, it’s screening at the Lighthouse late Friday night. Verhoeven brought a very European take to a very American genre, commenting on that country’s obsession with commercialism, gun […]

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Docklands Corporate Run Next Week

Accountancy firm Grant Thornton, experts in adding, subtracting, and even multiplying, will be holding their annual 5K corporate challenge on Wednesday 6th September. The route will include Sir John Rogersons Quay, Benson Street, Hannover Quay and Blood Stoney Road, so […]

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Detonation in Ballsbridge

Detonation in Ballsbridge

  A regular Monday morning in Ballsbridge, people heading to work, embassy staff opening the shutters, a bomb disposal team detonating a grenade. Yes you read that correctly, believe it or not, the Defence Forces bomb squad were called to […]

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The Cinema Corner – August 25th

The Cinema Corner - August 25th

A classic of the action genre, James Cameron’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day has been restored under the director’s supervision and plays in cinemas on Tuesday for one day only. Unfortunately it’s in 3D, but it’s well worth revisiting this on […]

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Watch Canadian Rugby Team play Camogie

Watch Canadian Rugby Team play Camogie

You may recall we recently reported on the visit of the Canadian women’s rugby team to Clanna Gael Fontenoy for a camogie demonstration. The fun event was arranged by Tourism Ireland, with the Canadian team taking on the under 11 […]

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The Cinema Corner – August 18th

Many of the filmmakers we associate with classic Hollywood established themselves in the silent cinema of Weimar Germany before the rise of fascism forced them to up sticks for the US. The Irish Film Institute is screening a selection of […]

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Is this the best little market?

With a business name like “The Best Little Market”, you’re opening yourself up for criticism. Surely that is for us the customer to decide? So, if you like markets, and want to see for yourself if the hype is justified, […]

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