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Best ‘staying in’ streaming options

By David Prendeville In these trying times one small consolation is the wealth of films available to us at the click of a button. Here I look at a small portion of some of the best films to stream or […]

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Help for those with aching joints

By Eoin Meegan Muscular and joint pain is, unfortunately, something all too many people are familiar with, and can range from being mildly irritable to downright debilitating. However, there may be relief on the horizon in the form of a […]

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Human Rights in Film Awards at the RHA

By Peter McNamara The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) recently held its Ninth annual Human Rights in Film Awards at the Royal Hibernian Academy, just off St. Stephen’s Green. The awards show formed part of the opening ceremony of […]

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What is your legacy?

By Eoin Meegan What kind of a legacy do you want to leave? What do you want to be remembered for when you’re gone? These are the kinds of questions Michael Daly, author and mentor, likes to ask. Anyone with […]

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Wake Up Irish Poetry

By Geneva Pattison “Workers in the arts sector deserve to enjoy the same protections as those in other sectors.” In February of this year, the Wake up Irish Poetry website was launched. The site contains a public, open letter to […]

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Interview with local actor Jack Murphy

By David Prendeville Irishtown actor Jack Murphy is fresh off the shoot of a new short film, Cost You Nothing, when I caught up with him to have a chat about his career. Jack has been acting since he was […]

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Video games: The good, the bad, the addictive!

By Peter McNamara The video games industry is booming. In 2018, the global games market was valued at around $134.9 billion. The American market alone is forecast to reach $230 billion by 2022, making it the largest in the world. […]

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Baking with the kids

School closures and social distancing due to the current world health pandemic mean parents will be spending a lot more time indoors with their children over the coming weeks. Trying to keep kids entertained at home while limiting their exposure […]

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Name Mr Tayto’s baby lemurs!

Tayto Park is thrilled to announce the arrival of twin Lemurs! Help name the latest arrivals to be in with a chance to win a Tayto Park family pass Excitement was in the air at Tayto Park earlier this month […]

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News from The Old Dublin Society

A self-portrait of Sarah Cecilia Harrison, reproduced by kind permission of the Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin’s first female city councillor, is the front cover illustration for this issue as it relates to one of the articles in it. Articles featured […]

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