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The Fate of the Furious: Review

The Fate of the Furious: Review

The series continues to defy all logic, with nuclear submarines to self-driven cars, proving to be thrilling as ever. Fast and Furious never fails to deliver for the audience. The…

Behind the street art at the Liberties’ heart

Behind the street art at the Liberties’ heart

Passing through the Liberties, it’s impossible to miss the range of vivid street art snaking throughout the walls of its various active and derelict buildings. While the National College of…

Plenty of gigs and giggles over the summer

Plenty of gigs and giggles over the summer

Summer is just around the corner and there are loads of events happening in and around Dublin during the months of May, June and July. Here is a summer events…

“Homeless Jesus” found a home in Christ Church

“Homeless Jesus” found a home in Christ Church

For two years now, at the outside entrance of the Christ Church cathedral, a curious bronze person has been lying down on a bench, with her head and body covered.…

Welcome to Lagos: Review

Welcome to Lagos: Review

The opening line of this book sets the tone for the following 300 pages. “Evening swept through the Delta: half an hour of mauve before the sky bruised to black.”…

Des Bishop Talks Tayto

Des Bishop Talks Tayto

Comedy superstar Des Bishop is enjoying the fruits of a comedy career that has spanned three decades, and it’s showing no signs of stopping. Fresh off the back of an…

Jam Art Factory: Patrick’s Street’s hidden Gem

Jam Art Factory: Patrick’s Street’s hidden Gem

Ian Curran spoke to Mark Haybyrne, who runs two shops with his brother John, about his passion for art, opening in the middle of the recession, and confusion over the…

Feature: Would you sell your best friend?

Feature: Would you sell your best friend?

In light of the recent viral video “No Plan” which depicts the positive side of life in south inner city Dublin, we went on a search to find even more…

March’s events in The Liberties: Comedy, Techno and a Pop-Up Gaeltacht

March’s events in The Liberties: Comedy, Techno and a Pop-Up Gaeltacht

The Liberties is absolutely rammed with events throughout March. From St. Patrick’s Cathedral to District 8, there is something for everyone. Kicking off the first March weekend in Vicar Street…

‘Earth’ without ‘Art’ is just ‘Eh’

‘Earth’ without ‘Art’ is just ‘Eh’

Known for the tight-knit community of hardworking people, and its ability to shine and inspire on every street and at every corner, the Liberties is home to some of the…

Gaillot et Gray: a French-Irish bakery and pizzeria

Gaillot et Gray: a French-Irish bakery and pizzeria

The Liberties is a melting pot of diverse culture. From Halal grocery shops to various kebab restaurants, it’s a rich growing area with lots of investment opportunities. One trendy restaurant…

Review: Space Out Sister vintage clothes shop

Review: Space Out Sister vintage clothes shop

Space Out Sister opened six months ago and is one of the Liberties newest vintage clothing shops. Located at 73 Francis Street, it aims to be a bright and cosy…

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