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Withstanding the Push

Withstanding the Push

The Liberties is well known for its community spirit and banter, from the markets to the pubs and streets. Gentrification in the area in recent years, the process of renovating…

Food in The Liberties

Food in The Liberties

The culinary scene has changed dramatically in recent years, our beloved capital is bursting with creative restaurants, cafés and food concepts. There truly is something for everyone, and our little…

Fashion in the Liberties

Fashion in the Liberties

Now that New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks have concluded, what have we learned about the current Spring and Summer collection 2018? It is clear this Summer that…

Tales of Communion money past

Tales of Communion money past

With communion season in full swing, little girls and boys are donning their white dresses and tiny suits in preparation for their big day. Over the years, the tradition of…

Bees making a buzz around The Liberties

Bees making a buzz around The Liberties

Keeping bees on the roofs of city homes has become fashionable and trendy around the world. These tiny residents pollinate flowers, produce honey and get people back in touch with…

Memories of the Iveagh Market

Memories of the Iveagh Market

Memories can shape and define who we are. They provide us with a sense of nostalgia, making us feel happy when we look back at the past. Walking around the…

The Urban Green

The Urban Green

“People are getting to talk to each other, people are getting to meet the new residents of the community, the new students. There’s nothing better than actually meeting once or…

Blind leading the blind

Blind leading the blind

Travelling through Dublin city centre can be difficult for the daily commuter, especially in the morning. Constant streams of people hustling and bustling through the streets on their way to…

Sarah O’ Rourke, a hat designer in London

Sarah O’ Rourke, a hat designer in London

At 30 years old, Ashbourne hat-designer Sarah O’ Rourke has already been to London twice to show her work. She will return in March for a third exhibition at Hat…

‘The Half Promised Land’ Newest Autism Friendly Play in Dublin’

‘The Half Promised Land’ Newest Autism Friendly Play in Dublin’

A new production of Maeve Binchy’s 1979 play ‘The Half Promised Land’ included one relaxed performance specifically for those with an Autism Spectrum Condition or any sensory and communication disorders.…

The Guinness Storehouse

What better way to celebrate St Patrick’s Day and celebrate being Irish than taking a trip to the Guinness Storehouse. As the overwhelming majority of people know the Irish are…

Crypto Café review

Crypto Café review

The Crypto Café just opened at 23 Aungier Street, is the first café in Dublin to accept cryptocurrencies as payment for their products as well as the euro currency. The…

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