Archive for the Gallery Category

Clanns Ladies show the way

Clanns Ladies show the way

All of the Club’s teams, juvenile and senior, have been acquitting themselves well in competition since the start of the new season by playing with pride and distinction – and no shortage of skill. However, it’s our female footballers at […]

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Mass Servers Photo

Mass Servers Photo

In our last issue we featured the above picture, supplied by Brian Davitt, of the mass servers in the Tin Church, Merrion in the 1940s. Brian had identified the following: 1. Donald Brindley; 2. Noel Fay; 3. Des Colligan; 4. […]

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Judged by Judy

Judged by Judy

You would be forgiven for tagging Judy Gilroy as the ultimate socialite, but you may be surprised to learn that her ideal Saturday night is in fact spent in her favourite Sandymount local having a quiet chat. Gilroy, pictured above, […]

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Closing date for Photo Comp’s first month approaching!

Closing date for Photo Comp's first month approaching!

Last chance to get your photo in for April’s entries! NewsFour’s Photo Competition runs from April to September this year, with one entry per month allowed per person. We are near the end of April so NewsFour is sending out […]

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Addiction and Brain Chemistry

Addiction and Brain Chemistry

Drug and alcohol addiction is a complex disease and needs to be viewed as a disease of the brain – it must be recognised that addiction has physical roots as well as psychological ones. Addiction itself, as well as the […]

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Who You Gonna Call? Ringsend’s Ghost Hunter

Who You Gonna Call? Ringsend’s Ghost Hunter

If you google the words “Ghost Wanted” your first results will point you in the direction of an old Merrie Melodies cartoon from 1940, or a recent supernatural thriller novel, but that is set to change as Ringsend resident Jasper […]

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The Green Scene

The Green Scene

Two of the greatest gardening months are awaiting us and nature is reawakening after what seems like a long winter. Warmer days, brighter evenings, beautiful colours, flowers and trees – indeed all the pomp and pageantry of nature is visible […]

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Memories of Film Noir

Memories of Film Noir

In 1946, French critic Nino Frank invented the neologism Film Noir to describe black and white dark movies of the 1940s, reflecting the murky milieu of shady people, wet streets and neon lights, or as Dashiell Hammett wrote, ‘Down those […]

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When We Really See It

When We Really See It

I stopped to look at an unfinished abstract drawing which was laid on the ground next to its maker near Pearse Street Dart Station. The artist was sitting on cardboard sheeting with a sleeping bag draped over him. My interpretation […]

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Foodcloud’s Silver Linings

Foodcloud’s Silver Linings

Are you a charity that would put a supply of free food to good use? Does the talk of the copious amounts of food wasted in our society while you are working with people in need infuriate you? Contacting Foodcloud […]

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