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Jackass 3D Film review

For many the Jackass franchise is a black-and-white choice between love and hate for the guys who put their bodies on the line for your enjoyment.  Johnny Knoxville and co.…

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 review

The biggest movie franchise of all time has nearly come to an end, and the children who grew up reading the Harry Potter books are now in their twenties. But…

Shebeen Chic screens Irish Movies

Shebeen Chic screens Irish Movies

By Susan Swift Spending an evening in quirky George’s St. bar, Shebeen Chic, is like experiencing a raw, uncorrupted genre of Irish culture. A hide-out for the artsy type and…

Design week: Three exhibitions on the spot

Design week: Three exhibitions on the spot

During  Design  week in Dublin which took place from the 1-7 November, Liberty reporter Pauline Volvert,  focused on three completely different exhibitions. The first I went to was “A Space…

Captain Magic Wonderland funkin’ it out

Captain Magic Wonderland funkin’ it out

For those of us seeking to escape the horrors of the Sunday night X Factor cacophony, there is a refuge. At half nine in the Mezz in Temple Bar, something…

The Apprentice – Ireland V The UK

The Apprentice – Ireland V The UK

It’s one of the most popular television programmes on both sides of the Irish Sea, not to mention one of the bitchiest.  Backstabbing is rife and you’ll find possibly some…

Savage

Savage

At last a true gritty depiction of Dublin at its worst. It delivers exactly what it says on the tin, violence at its most savage. Be warned, those…

The X Factor

The X Factor

By Alana Mc Mahon It has battled malaria, had a baby, endured front-page controversy and fought deportation, but The X Factor live shows have finally returned to our screens, and…

Back to Black: Halloween needs to discover its old roots

Back to Black: Halloween needs to discover its old roots

by Kate Ní Chléirigh Halloween is upon us once again and everyone is rushing to find the perfect costume, but with people leading hectic lives in recent years the increase…

Pyjama Girls Interview

Pyjama Girls Interview

A new fashion craze is sweeping the nation- but you won’t see it on the pages of any style magazines. Girls all over the country, but particularly in Dublin, are…

Plough and the Stars Review

Plough and the Stars Review

Caitríona McKenna reviews the Abbey Theatre's recent revival of Sean O'Casey's classic play…

To Arthur! To DIAGEO?

To Arthur! To DIAGEO?

Garreth Mac Namee gives us the details on “Dublin’s Greatest Party”…

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